Central University of Finance and Economics
His scientific interests lie mostly in Decentralization, Developing country, Macroeconomics, Panel data and State. The study incorporates disciplines such as Public spending, Development economics, Fiscal union and Revenue in addition to Decentralization. His study in Public spending is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Fiscal policy, Tax rate, Real interest rate and Fiscal revenue.
The Developing country study combines topics in areas such as Capital, Capital expenditure, Aggregate expenditure, Public expenditure and Productivity. His studies in Macroeconomics integrate themes in fields like Poverty, Economic inequality and Econometrics. The concepts of his Panel data study are interwoven with issues in Economic policy, Financial sector development and Gini coefficient.
Heng-Fu Zou spends much of his time researching Monetary economics, Consumption, Decentralization, Production and Macroeconomics. As part of one scientific family, Heng-Fu Zou deals mainly with the area of Monetary economics, narrowing it down to issues related to the Capital accumulation, and often Consumption tax. His work in Consumption addresses issues such as Capitalism, which are connected to fields such as Capital asset pricing model and Interest rate.
His work carried out in the field of Decentralization brings together such families of science as Public spending, Economic policy, Development economics, Revenue and Developing country. He studied Developing country and Panel data that intersect with International economics and Gini coefficient. Income distribution and Economic inequality is closely connected to Econometrics in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Production.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Production, Monetary economics, Monetary policy, Consumption and Econometrics. His work in Production addresses subjects such as Capital, which are connected to disciplines such as Returns to scale and Depreciation. His Monetary economics research incorporates themes from Physical capital, Panel data and Government spending.
His work is dedicated to discovering how Physical capital, Investment are connected with Decentralization and other disciplines. His Decentralization research integrates issues from Economic growth, Economic policy and Revenue. His Panel data research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Development economics, International economics and Foreign direct investment.
His primary scientific interests are in Macroeconomics, Economic system, Inflation, Real gross domestic product and Production. His study in the fields of Monetary policy and Fiscal policy under the domain of Macroeconomics overlaps with other disciplines such as Social Welfare. As a part of the same scientific study, he usually deals with the Inflation, concentrating on Revenue and frequently concerns with Polity and Devolution.
His Production study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Deadweight loss, New Keynesian economics, International trade and Inflation targeting. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Decentralization and Finance. His Decentralization research incorporates elements of Fiscal gap, Corporate governance, Service, Development economics and Fiscal union.
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The composition of public expenditure and economic growth
Shantayanan Devarajan;Vinaya Swaroop;Heng-fu Zou.
Journal of Monetary Economics (1996)
Fiscal decentralization, public spending, and economic growth in China
Tao Zhang;Tao Zhang;Heng-fu Zou;Heng-fu Zou.
Journal of Public Economics (1998)
Explaining International and Intertemporal Variations in Income Inequality
Hongyi Li;Lyn Squire;Heng-fu Zou.
The Economic Journal (1998)
Fiscal Decentralization and Economic Growth: A Cross-Country Study*
Hamid Davoodi;Hamid Davoodi;Heng-fu Zou;Heng-fu Zou.
Journal of Urban Economics (1998)
Income Inequality is not Harmful for Growth: Theory and Evidence
Hongyi Li;Heng-Fu Zou.
Review of Development Economics (1998)
Fiscal Decentralization and Economic Growth in the United States
Danyang Xie;Heng-fu Zou;Heng-fu Zou;Hamid Davoodi.
Journal of Urban Economics (1999)
Finance and Income Inequality: What Do the Data Tell Us?
George R. G. Clarke;Lixin Colin Xu;Heng-fu Zou.
Southern Economic Journal (2006)
Corruption, Income Distribution, and Growth
Hongyi Li;Lixin Colin Xu;Heng-fu Zou.
Economics and Politics (2000)
Finance and income inequality : test of alternative theories
George Clarke;Lixin Colin Xu;Heng Fu Zou.
Annals of Economics and Finance (2003)
How does fiscal decentralization affect aggregate, national, and subnational government size?
Jing Jin;Heng-fu Zou;Heng-fu Zou;Heng-fu Zou.
Journal of Urban Economics (2002)
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