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Sandra Poncet is a French citizen who received his PhD in Economics from University Clermont Auvergne (France) in 2003. Prior to joining Lingnan University in 2017 she was Professor at the University Paris 1 (Panthéon Sorbonne) and was a Scientific Advisor at CEPII (France). She also taught at University Paris 11 (Paris Saclay) and the College of Bruges (Belgium), Sciences Po Paris, SUIBE (Shanghai), BNU (Beijing), etc. Her research primarily focuses on international economics applied to the Chinese economy. She is a co-Editor of the China Economic Review. Her most recent research is connected to regional economics and international trade. It exploits firm-level data to study the local determinants of Chinese firm performance at home and on global markets. She published in various leading academic journals such as the Review of Economics and Statistics, the Journal of International Economics, the Journal of Development Economics, The World Bank Economics Review, the Journal of Comparative Economics, the European Economic Review, etc.
International trade, Regional Economics, Economics of China
PONCET, S., Sep 2018, Editions Rue d’Ulm. (Coll. du CEPREMAP; vol. 47)
Research output: Scholarly Books | Reports | Literary Works › Book (Author)
Looking for the bright side of the China syndrome : rising export opportunities and life satisfaction in ChinaCROZET, M. D., Hering, L. & PONCET, S., Sep 2018, Paris: CEPII, 38 p. (CEPII Working Paper series; no. 2018-14 - September).
Research output: Working paper › Working paper series