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Yuanyuan CHEN (IAR Assistant to Dean)
Associate Professor
Labor Economics, Applied Micro-econometrics
(Ph.D., Boston College, 2005)

Office Address
422, School of Economics
111 Wuchuan Rd

Contact Information:
Telephone: +86-21-65903121
Email: yychen@mail.shufe.edu.cn;
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Publication
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Bio
Professor Yuanyuan Chen received her Ph.D. in 2005 from Boston College, USA. She joined the School of Economics at Shanghai University of Finance & Economics in 2006. Her areas of specialization include labor economics and applied micro-econometrics.


Publication
Yuanyuan Chen, Le Wang, Min Zhang. "Informal search, bad search?: the effects of job search method on wages among rural migrants in urban China", Journal of Population Economics, online October, 2017.
"Transfer of rural land contract and management rights, labor mobility and agricultural production", with Wei Fu, Management World, Accepted.
"Quality of Migrant Schools in China: Evidence from a Longitudinal Study in Shanghai", with Shuaizhang Feng, Journal of Population Economics, First Online: 03 January 2017.
"Access to Public Schools and the Education of Migrant Children in China", with Shuaizhang Feng, China Econmic Review, May 2013.
"School Type and Education of Migrant Children: An Empirical Study in Shanghai", with Shuaizhang Feng, China Economic Quarterly, 《经济学》季刊, July 2012.
"Parental Education and Wages: Evidence from China", with Shuaizhang Feng, Frontier Economics of China, Nov 2011.


Working Papers
"Are migrant Schools in China catching up? Evidence from Shanghai", with Shuaizhang Feng.
"Uncoordinated Job Search and Residual Wage Inequality -An Empirical Study Based on the Urban Chinese Household Survey", with Min Zhang.
"Migration and Marriage Happiness, evidence from China",
"Changes in the Black-White Wage Gap --- the Role of Selection Revisited"
"The Disparity of Black-White Male Wage Gaps between the CPS and PSID-- An Analysis of Sample Attrition in Panel Data"
"The Impact of Agricultural and Industrial Development on Income Inequality in Rural China"


Currently Teaching
Labor Economics (Undergraduate), International Economics (Undergraduate), Labor Economics (PhD), Directed Readings in Labor Economics (PhD), Advanced Econometrics (Graduate), Economic Statistical Software
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