Bei Li joined the Economics Discipline in September 2011 after obtaining her PhD in Economics from National University of Singapore. Her research interests are primarily in Macroeconomics, and particularly Economic Growth and Development, Public Economics and Technological Change. Her recent work has focused on public policy analysis in dynastic model and in deterministic endogenous cycle model.
University of Western Australia, launch grant, 2011, AUD 6,000.
University of Western Australia, Business School Research Development Award, 2012, AUD 6,000.
University of Western Australia, Improving Student Learning Grant, 2012, AUD1,500.
“Rural-urban migration, social security coverage and growth in a dual economy with private intergenerational transfers” (with Siew Ling Yew)
ECON5541 Economics for Business: Applications and Policy
ECON1102 Macroeconomics: Money and Finance
ECON2245 Business Economics
ECON2233 Microeconomics: Policy and Applications
Macroeconomics, Public Economics, Growth and Development, Technological Change