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Jack Gao

Jack Gao is a Program Economist at the Institute for New Economic Thinking.

He is interested in international economics and finance, energy policy, economic development, and the Chinese economy. 

He previously worked in financial product and data departments in Bloomberg Singapore, and reported on Asian financial markets in Bloomberg News from Shanghai. 

Jack holds a MPA in International Development from Harvard Kennedy School, and a B.S. in Economics from Singapore Management University. 

He has published articles on China Policy Review and Harvard Kennedy School Review. 

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Surprise: The 1% Is Overrepresented in the Ivy League

Article | Aug 11, 2017

New research shows that access to elite colleges varies by parents’ income—reinforcing inequality across generations 

Questions to Consider on Robots and Jobs

Article | Apr 6, 2017

Despite dismissive comments by the U.S. Treasury Secretary, facing the challenge posed by robotics replacing human labor raises key public policy questions 

The Debate Over Taxing Robots in Context

Article | Mar 24, 2017

Taxing the use of robotics may or may not be the answer, but the question remains how to compensate for the growing inequality created by our changing economies

China's Wage Growth: How Fast Is the Gain and What Does It Mean?

Article | Feb 28, 2017

New findings show that hourly wage-rates in China are higher than in middle-income countries and are approaching the levels of Greece and Portugal