Li Yuxin

Title:Associate Professor

Department:Assistant to Dean/Department of International Economics and Trade

Address:School of Economics and Finance, Shanghai International Studies University,No. 550 Dalian Road (West), Hongkou District, Shanghai, 200083, China

Areas of Expertise:

International Economics

Labour Economics

Applied Econometrics

Professional affiliation:

Associate fellow at Institute for Employment Research, University of Warwick, UK Education:

Oct. 2004 – Jun. 2008, Department of Economics and Related Studies, University of York, UK, PhD in Economics

Oct. 2003 – Jun. 2004, Department of Economics and Related Studies, University of York, UK, MSc in Econometrics and Finance

Working Experience:

Jan. 2017 – Present, School of Economics and Finance, Shanghai International Studies University, Associate Professor

Jan. 2009 – Sep. 2016, Institute for Employment Research, University of Warwick, UK, Research Fellow

Selected Journal Publications:

Yuxin Li and Derek Bosworth (2020) “R&D spillovers in a supply chain and Productivity performance in British firms”, Journal of Technology Transfer, Volume 45, Issue 1, 177-204.

Dirk Hofacker, Heike Schroder, Yuxin Li and Matthew Flynn (2016). “Trends and Determinants of Work-Retirement Transitions under Changing Institutional Conditions: Germany, England and Japan compared”. Journal of Social Policy, Volume 45, Issue 1, 39-64.

Derek Bosworth and Yuxin Li (2014). Spillovers, Endogenous Growth and Creative Destruction in Europe. In15th International Conference of the International Joseph A. Schumpeter Society (ISS), 27-30 July 2014, Jena, Germany.

Flynn, M. and Li, Y., (2012). Organizational change and retirement outcomes: What Siegrist and Karasek can tell us. IFSAM, 27 June

Flynn, M., Sargeant, M., Li, Y. (2012) Does organizational restructuring harm older workers’ health and well-being, Formblattfür die Veröffentlichung vongeschützten Werken Dritter, Dortmund: BAUA

Flynn, M. and Y. Li (2012) Managing older workers during periods of organizational change: three Models, Journal of Northwest University, China (Philosophy and Social Science Edition, 5).

Green, A. E., Y. Li, D. Owen and M. de Hoyos (2012). “Inequalities in Use of the Internet for Job Search: similarities and contrasts by economic status in Great Britain”, Environment and Planning A 44(10)2344 – 2358.

Hofäcker, D., H. Schröder, Y. Li and M. Flynn (2012) “Does the promotion of extended working lives foster the emergence of new inequalities? Comparing trends and determinants of work-retirement transitions in Japan, Germany and England”, Paper for the Symposium on Asian Perspectives on Social Stratification and Inequality Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan, October 27-28, 2012.

Gambin, L., T. Hogarth, G. Atfield, Y. Li and D. Owen (2012) Labour Market Analysis: Construction Review Paper, UK CES report.

Hogarth, T., C. Hasluck, L. Gambin, H. Behle, Y. Li and C. Lyonette (2012) Evaluation of Employment Advisers in IAPT, Department for Work and Pension.

Green, A. E., M. de Hoyos and Y. Li (2012). “Employment and the Internet”. Report for Nominet Trust.

Green, A. E., M. de Hoyos, Y. Li and D. Owen (2011). Job Search Study: Literature review and analysis of the Labour Force Survey. Department for Work and Pensions, Research Report No 726.

Lindley, R., B. Baldaulf, S. Galloway and Y. Li (2011). Opportunities for Older People in the Civil Society. National Report for ASPA Europe.

Li, Y. and K. Mumford (2011). “Aspirations, Expectations and Education Outcomes for Children in Britain: Considering Relative Measures of Family Efficiency –evidence from the NCDS”, the International Journal of Learning, Volume 18(Issue 4), 289 – 308.

Li, W. and Y. Li (2010). “Social and Cultural Background of the Resistance for China’s Education Reform”. International Education Studies, Volume16, Issue7, pp.643-656.

Li, Y. and K. Mumford (2009). “Family Structure and the Educational Outcomes of British Children: Some Preliminary Evidence”. The International Journal of Learning, Volume16, Issue7, pp.643-656.

Courses Taught:

Research in Applied Economics (in English)

International Finance (in Chinese and in English)

Organizational Behaviour