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ZHENG, Yiying


Assistant Professor

Education Background

Ph.D. in Economics, Texas A&M University
B.S. in Economics, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics

Research Field
Economics, Public Economics, Labor Economics
Intermediate Econometrics
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Dr. Yiying Zheng obtained her Bachelor's degree in Economics from Shanghai University of Finance and Economics and her Ph.D. in Economics from Texas A&M University. She joined the School of Management and Economics at CUHK (SZ) in September 2017. Her research interests include Health Economics, Public Economics and Labor Economics.

Academic Publications:


1. Zheng, E. Y. (2018). Can technology really help to reduce underage drinking? New evidence on the effects of false ID laws with scanner provisions. Journal of Health Economics57, 102-112.

Working Papers

1. Can Technology Really Help to Reduce Underage Drinking? New Evidence on the Effects of False ID Laws with Scanner Provisions  

2. New Evidence on the Local Fiscal Multiplier and Employment from Military Construction Spending

3. Better Economy, More Babies? New Evidence on the Effects of Economic Condition on Childbearing, with Jason M. Lindo