DR. TENG LI (李腾)
I am a research fellow in Finance Department at NUS Business School. I obtained my Ph.D. degree in economics from NUS in September 2017.
Research fields: Labor and Finance, Real estate and urban economics, Household Finance, and Applied Microeconomics.
My Featured Research
Productivity increase associated with non-linear incentives outweighs the costs to the company caused by gaming behaviors.
We present the evidence for the long-term persistent effects of ambient heat shock during the prenatal period on height, health status, schooling years, other cognitive abilities, and annual income.
Barely winners of the symbolic award perform worse in productivity than barely losers in the quarter following the award designation.
We study the effects of environmental regulations on housing markets using a quasi-experiment—the NOx Budget Trading Program (NBP).