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I specialize in the research area of economic growth. In particular, I am interested in examining the impact of knowledge spillovers on economic growth. My research involves building endogenous growth model featuring a technology network and investigating the connection between the structure of the network and the behavior of the economy.

In addition, I have also done research on studying how bilateral knowledge spillovers affect firms’ decisions on M&As, which aims to shed light on the understanding of how the technology synergy helps shape firm boundaries.

The last aspect of my research is related to the study of the spreading of the financial and the sovereign risks across countries. This research helps to understand what forces affect how and to what extent a country may be hit by shocks originated from other countries.

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Economic growth, network, IO, finance and Macroeconomics

Personal profile

Jingong joined the School of Economics in 2018 as an Assistant Professor at the University of Nottingham Ningbo China. He received his Ph.D. degree in Economics from the University of Melbourne in 2018. his primary research field is macroeconomics, although he benefits from a breadth of expertise as his work occurs at the intersection of macroeconomics, finance and industrial organization.



ECON2029: Macroeconomic Theory

ECON3066: International Money & Macroeconomics

ECON3071: Advanced Macroeconomics


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