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Shuya Luo

Research student

Shuya Luo

Lancaster University

The Management School



Office Hours:

Thursday 3 pm-4 pm Charles Carter Small Shared PhD Office on B Floor 

Research Interests

My research interest lies in the interaction field between macroeconomics and international trade. The current work focuses on the dynamic effects of traded policy shock on the sectoral performance under the background of the Sino-US trade war.


I graduated from the Harbin Institute of Technology in International Economy and Trade as an undergraduate. Then I completed my MSc degree in Economics at the Queen Mary University of London in 2019. 

Thesis Title

Trade War between China and the US:
A quantitative investigation of the role of (imported) intermediate inputs

Thesis Outline

Chapter 1 - Dynamic Effects of a Traded Policy Shock

Chapter 2 - Open Economy model with production networks

Chapter 3(optional) - growth model with intermediate inputs 

Current Teaching

ECON124 - Business Economics

ECON225 - Further Topics of Economics for Managers 

External Roles

Associate Academic Supervisor in GE program of Hohai University and Hubei University of Technology

Academic Supervisor of UNIK Education