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刘锋

职位:

副教授

教育背景:

康奈尔大学博士

印第安纳大学硕士

南京大学学士

研究领域
卫生经济学,应用微观经济学
Email

liufeng@cuhk.edu.cn

个人简介:


        刘锋博士的研究主要是针对有害健康的个体行为进行经济学分析,包括吸烟,喝酒,和导致肥胖的行为。他的研究成果发表在经济与统计学评论,卫生经济学,中国经济评论等期刊。在加入香港中文大学深圳以前,刘锋博士在上海财经大学任教,并曾在加拿大卫生信息研究院工作。他于2007年获得康奈尔大学政策分析与管理学博士学位,他的硕士毕业于印第安纳大学印第安纳波利斯校区经济系,2003年荣获该校的校长学者奖。


学术著作:


1. “Labor Migration and Health of Left-behind Children in China” (with Lianlian Lei and Elaine Hill), Journal of Development Studies, (2017), doi:10.1080/00220388.2017.1283015.
2. “One-child policy and childhood obesity” (with Jie Zhang and Peng Xu), China Economic Review, (2017), doi:10.1016/j.chieco.2016.05.003.
3. “The Effects of Workplace Clean Indoor Air Law Coverage on Workers’ Smoking-Related Outcomes” (with Kai-Wen Cheng, MariaElena Gonzalez, and Stanton Glantz), Health Economics, (2017), 26(2):226–242.
4. “Retrospective and Prospective Benefit-Cost Analysis of US Anti-Smoking Policies” (with Lawrence Jin, Don Kenkel, and Hua Wang), Journal of Benefit-Cost Analysis, (2015), 6(1):154–186.
5. “Reservation Prices: An Economic Analysis of Cigarette Purchases on Indian Reservations” (with Phil DeCicca and Don Kenkel), National Tax Journal, (2015), 68(1):93-118.
6. “Excise Tax Avoidance: The Case of State Cigarette Taxes” (with Phil DeCicca and Don Kenkel), Journal of Health Economics, (2013), 32(6):1130-1141.
7. “Who Pays Cigarette Taxes? The Impact of Consumer Price Search” (with Phil DeCicca and Don Kenkel), Review of Economics and Statistics (2013), 95(2):516-529.
8. “Maternal Employment and Childhood Obesity: A Search for Mechanisms in Time Use Data” (with John Cawley), Economics and Human Biology(2012),10(4):352-364.
9. “Is the Demand for Alcoholic Beverages in Developing Countries Sensitive to Price? Evidence from China”(with Guoqiang Tian), International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (2011), 8(6):2124-2131.
10. “Quit Attempts and Intention to Quit Cigarette Smoking among Medicaid Recipients in the United States”, Public Health (2010), 124(10):553-558.
11. “Reduced Smoking and Rising Obesity: Does Smoking Restriction in Workplace Matter?” (with Ning Zhang, Kai-Wen Cheng, and Hua Wang), Economics Letters (2010), 108(3):249-252.
12. “Cutting through the Smoke: Separating the Effect of Price on Smoking Initiation, Relapse and Cessation” Applied Economics (2010), 42(23): 2921-2939.
13. “Effect of Medicaid Coverage of Tobacco-Dependence Treatments on Smoking Cessation” International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (2009), 6(12):3143-3155.
14. “An Analysis of Life-Course Smoking Behavior in China” (with Don Kenkel and Dean Lillard), Health Economics (2009), 18(S2): S147–S156.
15. “Correlates of State Legislative Action to Address Childhood Obesity” (with John Cawley), Obesity (2008), 16(1): 162–167.