- Ph.D., Princeton University
- B.A., Tsinghua University
Chang obtained his bachelor’s degree from Tsinghua University, and a Ph.D. in economics from Princeton University. He joined the HKU Business School and the Department of Politics and Public Administration in August, 2017. His research concerns the impact of globalization, especially the patterns and consequences of multinational production.
- International Trade
- Multinational Production
- Politics of Economic Reform in China (POLI3031, 2017 fall)
- International Business Environment (STRA3702, 2018 spring)
“Factor-biased Multinational Production”
- “Policy Uncertainty and FDI: Evidence from the China-Japan Island Dispute” (with Cheng Chen, Tatsuro Senga and Hongyong Zhang)
- “Demand Uncertainty and the Joint Dynamics of Exporters and Multinational Firms” (with Cheng Chen, Tatsuro Senga and Hongyong Zhang)
- “Incomplete Contracts and the Number of Suppliers”
- "Multinational Production with Non-neutral Technologies," Journal of International Economics, 2020, 123, 103294.