Guangbin (Jeremy) Hong

Guangbin (Jeremy) Hong

PhD candidate in Economics

University of Toronto


Hi, welcome to my website.

I am a PhD candidate in economics at the University of Toronto. I am interested in understanding how microeconomic heterogeneity and interactions affect macroeconomic outcomes. Specific topics include (1) spatial sorting of heterogeneous workers and firms, (2) profit shifting of multinational enterprises, and (3) production technology heterogeneity. You can find my CV here.

In the 2024-2025 academic year, I will be a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Mansueto Institute of Urban Innovation and Kenneth C. Griffin Department of Economics at the University of Chicago.

In August 2025, I will join the Department of Economics at Michigan State University as an Assistant Professor.


  • Macroeconomics
  • Spatial Economics
  • International Trade


  • PhD in Economics, in progress

    University of Toronto

  • MS in Economics, 2018

    Tufts University

  • BA in Management and Economics, 2016

    Tianjin University


Optimal Taxation of Multinational Enterprises: A Ramsey Approach

Working Papers

Two-Sided Sorting of Workers and Firms: Implications for Spatial Inequality and Welfare

A Macroeconomic Perspective on Taxing Multinational Enterprises

Work In Progress

Heterogeneity in Returns to Scale and Wealth Inequality

Effects of Global Corporate Tax Reform on the US Economy


Course Instructor

Econ 364: International Trade Theory - Syllabus, Evaluation: 4.6/5.0

Teaching Assistant

Macroeconomic Theory (at PhD, MA and undergraduate levels), Principle of Micro and Macroeconomics, International Trade Theory, Macroeconomic Theory and Policy