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Yongwei Chen
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Email: yongwei@znufe.edu.cn

Yongwei CHEN

Department: Mathematics and Quantitative Economics  

Professional Title: Associate Professor

E-mail: yongwei@znufe.edu.cn

Research Field: Applied Econometrics

Education background

2004.09-2008.06    Huazhong University of Science and Techonoly, Ph.D

1999.09-2003.07    Zhongnan University of Economics and Law, Bachelor

Professional experenice

2012.8--2013.8    Curtin University of Technology  Visiting Scholar

2012.1---     Zhongnan University of Economics and Law    Associate Professor

2011.10--2011.10   Stony Brook University    Visiting Scholar

2008.07-2011.12  Zhongnan University of Economics and Law  Assistant Professor

Publication

[1]Chen, Y.-W. and Fu, D.-H. Measuring Income Inequality using Survey Data: the Case of China. Journal of Economic Inequality, 2014.

[2]Chen, Y.-W. and Ge, X.-Y. Maximum Simulated Likelihood Estimation of Censored Seemingly Unrelated Regressions with Unequal Number of Observations. Systems Engineering - Theory & Practice, 2014, 3: 732-737.(in Chinese)

[3]Chen, Y.-W. and Li, D. RMB Appreciation, Output Growth and Inflation. Economic and Political Studies, 2013, 1(2): 3-17.

[4]Chen, Y.-W. Examining the Leverage Effect in Chinas Stock Markets: A New Approach. Chinese Journal of Management Science, 2012, 10: 31-37. (in Chinese)

[5]Chen, Y.CW. and Xu, D.-L. Does Taxation Incentives Improve Employment? An Investigation Based on Corporate Income Tax. Journal of Zhongnan University of Economics and Law, 2011, 2: 29-34. (in Chinese)

[6]Chen, Y.CW. and Xu, D.-L. Taxation Incentives and Innovation in High-tech Industry. Taxation Research, 2010, 8: 26-28. (in Chinese)

[7]Xu, D.-L. and Chen, Y.-W. An Analysis on the Effect of Environmental Quality on Health Expenditures. China Population, Resources and Environments, 2010, 4: 159-164. (in Chinese)

[8]Xu, D.-L. and Chen, Y.-W. Regional Capital Mobility: a Test Based on Investment and Saving. China Industrial Economics, 2009, 3:40-48. (in Chinese)

[9]Wang, S.-P. and Chen, Y.-W. Reform of the Equity Division and the Nonlinear Persistence of Volatility in Chinas Stock Market. The Journal of World Economy, 2008, 3: 80-88. (in Chinese)

[10]Wang, S.-P. and Chen, Y.-W. The Size Distortion and Correction for Seemingly Unrelated Dynamic Cointegrating Regression. The Journal of Quantitative & Technical Economics, 2007, 10: 131-140. (in Chinese)

Research Project

[1] Censored Seemingly Unrelated Regressions with Unequal Number of Observations: Theory and Its Application on the Stock Market Volatility, National Natural Science Foundation, 2011-2013.

[2] Explaining the Paradox of Income and Happiness, the Scientific Research Foundation for the Returned Overseas Chinese Scholars, State Education Ministry, 2014-2016.