Professor Ji Tao received his Ph.D. in 2005 from Ohio State University. He joined the School of Economics at Shanghai University of Finance & Economics in 2005. His areas of specialization include Chinese economy, econometrics and enterprise theory.
Ji Tao and Lung-Fei Lee, 'A Social Interaction Model With An Extreme Order Statistic', Econometrics Journal, Volume 17, Issue 3, pages 197–240, October 2014.
Zhang Zhengyu and Tao Ji, 'Estimation of spatial autoregressive models with boundary specification problem', Economics Letters, 118, 130-134, 2013.
Tao Ji and Yub Jihai, 'The spatial time lag in panel data models', Economics Letters, Volume 117, Issue 3, December 2012, Pages 544–547.
'Analyzing Local School Expenditures in a Dynamic Game'
'Identification and Estimation of Simultaneous System of Spatially Interrelated Cross-Sectional Equations'
'Do Neighborhood Effects Matter in First-Price Common Value Experimental Auctions' (with John Ham and John Kagel)
'2SLS and GMM Estimation of Spatial and Temporal Panel Data Models'