叶茂亮

助理教授

Harvard UniversityPh.D., Public Policy

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个人简介 研究成果 研究项目

工作经历
Assistant Professor at School of Economics & Wang Yanan Institute for Studies in Economics (WISE), Xiamen University, September 2015-
2012- Aug 2015 Assistant Professor, Hanqing Advanced Institute of Economics and Finance, Renmin
University of China
2008-2009 Research Assistant (part-time), for Prof Lily L. Tsai, MIT Political Science
2008 Summer Short Term Consultant, World Bank Group
2006 Summer Research Assistant, for Prof Hongbin Li, CUHK

教育背景
Ph.D., Public Policy, Harvard University, 2007-2012
Thesis title: “Gradualism in Coordination and Trust Building”
M.Phil., Economics, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2005-2007
M.E., Information and Communication Engineering, Tsinghua University, 2002-2005
B.E., Communication Engineering, Zhongshan (Sun Yat-sen) University, 1998-2002

研究兴趣
Public Economics, Experimental & Behavioral Economics, Labor Economics, Development Economics, Political Economy

教学兴趣
Labor Economics (graduate level)

Advanced Microeconometrics (graduate level)

Experimental & Behavioral Economics (graduate level)

Microeconometrics and Its Applications (Undergraduate level)

Principles of Economics (Undergraduate level)

Publications

1. “Parental Preferences, Production Technologies, and Provision for Progeny” (with Junjian Yi). Journal of Comparative Economics (Impact Factor: 1.103, 5-Year Impact Factor: 1.865), forthcoming.

2. Mind the Gap: Disparity in Redistributive Preference between Political Elites and the Public in China” (with Weihua An). European Journal of Political Economy (Impact Factor: 1.098, 5-Year Impact Factor: 1.466), forthcoming.

3. “Donations Make People Happier: Evidence from the Wenchuan Earthquake” (with Qianping Ren).  Social Indicators Research (Impact Factor: 1.743) 132.1 (2017): 517-536. Cited by:

4. "Losing Children and Mental Well-being: Evidence from China"  (with Qianping Ren).  Applied Economics Letters 24.12 (2017): 868-877.

Working Papers

 

1. “One Step at a Time: Does Gradualism Build Coordination?” (with Sam Asher and Plamen Nikolov; first author). R&R request from Management Science

a. Citations on Scholar Google 

 

2. “Does Money Buy Happiness? Evidence from Twins in Urban China” (with Hongbin Li, Pak-wai Liu and Junsen Zhang). Cited by:

a. De Neve, J. E., & Oswald, A. J. (2012). Estimating the influence of life satisfaction and positive affect on later income using sibling fixed effects. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 109(49), 19953-19958

b. Other citations on Scholar Google

 

3. “Does Gradualism Build Cooperation? Theory and A Finitely Repeated Investment Experiment”  (with Xiangting Hu)

4. Gradualism, Weakest Link and Information: Evidence from Coordination Experiments

5. The Long-term Effect of Early Adversity on Mental Well-being: Evidence from the 1959-1961 Great Famine in China” (with Qianping Ren)

6. Does Smoking Harm Mental Health? Evidence from China (with Jiajun Lan and Qianping Ren)