Yong Yin

PhD

Yong Yin

PhD

Research Interests

Econometrics; Applied econometrics; Health economics

About

Professor Yong Yin's main research interests include time series analysis, applied econometrics, and health economics. He has been working on projects related to emergency room utilization, autism intervention programs, and determinants of health care expenditure over the life cycle. Other current research involves retirement savings and adequacy.

Education

  • PhD, The Ohio State University, 1995
  • MA, The Ohio State University, 1992
  • BS, Physics, Fudan University, 1989

Selected Publications

  • “The Role of Housing Market in Labor Market Liberalization” (with B. Fleisher and S. Hills), The Reformability of China’s State Sector, Xu, T. and G. Wen (Eds.), 395-408, World Scientific, 1997.
  • “Outliers, Unit Roots, and Robust Estimation of Nonstationary Time Series” (with G.S. Maddala), Handbooks of Statistics, Vol. 15, 237-266, 1997.
  • “The Role of Housing Privatization and Labor-Market Reform in China’s Dual Economy” (with B. Fleisher and S. Hills), China Economic Review, Vol.8, 1-18, 1997.
  • “The Effects of Different Types of Outliers on Unit Root Tests” (with G.S. Maddala), Advances in Econometrics, Vol.13, 269-305, JAI Press, 1998.
  • “Tobin’s Study on the Demand for Food in the U.S. Revisited: An Examination of the Issue of Pooling Information From Budget Studies and Time Series” (with G.S. Maddala and S. Wu), in Methodology and Tacit Knowledge, J. Magnus and M. Morgan (Eds.), 251-261, Wiley, New York, 1999.
  • “Stationary Tests in Heterogeneous Panels” (with S. Wu), in Nonstationary Panels, Panel Co-integration, and Dynamic Panels, B. Baltagi (Eds.), 275-296, Elsevier, 2000.