Charlotte Chunming Meng is a Research Associate at the Economic Statistics Centre of Excellence (ESCoE). Her current work focuses on business surveys, firm expectations, management practices, and productivity, aiming to understand and explain management practices to promote higher productivity in UK businesses.
Charlotte’s other research interest lies at the intersection of housing economics and behavioural sciences. Her PhD work conducts micro-econometrical analysis of household’s housing decisions, with a special focus on the impact of behavioural biases, such as loss aversion and inattention.
Charlotte holds a PhD and an MPhil in Land Economy from the University of Cambridge, as well as a BA in Finance and a BS in Mathematics from Renmin University of China.
Personal website: https://sites.google.com/site/chunmingmeng
Loss Aversion and Housing Studies (with H. X. Bao), Journal of Real Estate Literature, 25(1), 49-75, 2017
Disposable Income: A Leading Indicator for House Price Trends?, The Property Chronicle, June 22, 2017
Are We Humans or Are We Econs? - The Effect of Sunk Cost Fallacy in Real Estate Development Decisions (with Helen X. H. Bao and J. Wu), Journal of Real Estate Practice and Education, 20(1):51-62, 2017
Food Prices and Inflation Dynamics in China (with C. Zhang and L. Getz), China Agricultural Economic Review,6(3): 395-412, 2014