Geoffery Zheng is an Assistant Professor of Finance at NYU Shanghai. Prior to joining NYU Shanghai, he was a PhD candidate at the UCLA Anderson School of Management. He holds a PhD from UCLA and a BS from the University of Chicago.
Bruno Pellegrino and Geoff Zheng explain how their novel methodology combining survey data and economic modeling can be used to quantify major questions, such as the economic loss from government regulation. This loss, they find, amounts to $154 billion in seven European countries each year.
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