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January 2019

Chu, Angus C. and Kou, Zonglai and Wang, Xilin (2019): Effects of Patents on the Transition from Stagnation to Growth. Forthcoming in: Journal of Population Economics

June 2019

Chu, Angus C. and Wang, Xilin (2019): Effects of R&D Subsidies in a Hybrid Model of Endogenous Growth and Semi-Endogenous Growth.

July 2019

Chu, Angus C. and Kou, Zonglai and Wang, Xilin (2019): Dynamic Effects of Minimum Wage on Growth and Innovation in a Schumpeterian Economy. Forthcoming in: Economics Letters

September 2019

Chu, Angus C. and Furukawa, Yuichi and Mallick, Sushanta and Peretto, Pietro and Wang, Xilin (2019): Dynamic Effects of Patent Policy on Innovation and Inequality in a Schumpeterian Economy. Forthcoming in: Economic Theory

April 2020

Chu, Angus C. and Fan, Haichao and Wang, Xilin (2020): Status-Seeking Culture and Development of Capitalism.

May 2020

Chu, Angus C. and Peretto, Pietro and Wang, Xilin (2020): Agricultural Revolution and Industrialization. Forthcoming in: Journal of Development Economics

July 2020

Chu, Angus C. and Kou, Zonglai and Wang, Xilin (2020): An Economic Analysis of Political Meritocracy. Forthcoming in: Economic Modelling

December 2020

He, Qichun and Wang, Xilin (2020): Money, Human Capital and Endogenous Market Structure in a Schumpeterian Economy.

Chu, Angus C. and Furukawa, Yuichi and Wang, Xilin (2020): Rent-Seeking Government and Endogenous Takeoff in a Schumpeterian Economy. Forthcoming in: Journal of Macroeconomics

March 2021

Chu, Angus C. and Kou, Zonglai and Wang, Xilin (2021): Culture and Stages of Economic Development. Forthcoming in: Economics Letters

November 2021

Chu, Angus and Kou, Zonglai and Wang, Xilin (2021): Class Struggle in a Schumpeterian Economy.

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