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  • Yan Feng, PhD

  • Assistant Professor
  • PhD, Applied Economics, University of Pennsylvania
  • Fields:Healthcare financing and policy; public health and health services researches; industrial development (especially pharmaceutical industry)
  • Office Phone Number: +86-755-2603-2985
  • Office Room: RM 758, PHBS Building
  • Email: fengyan@phbs.pku.edu.cn
RESEARCH INTERESTS
Healthcare financing and policy; public health and health services researches;
industrial development (especially pharmaceutical industry); other applied economics and business organizational issues
 
EDUCATION
  • PhD (Applied Economics and Managerial Sciences), University of Pennsylvania, the Wharton School, 2009
  • MS (Pharmaceutical Administration), Shenyang Pharmaceutical University, the Graduate School, 2001
  • BEcon (International Trade), Shenyang Pharmaceutical University, 1998
PUBLICATION
  • “Lenders and Borrowers Strategies in Online Peer-to-Peer Lending Market: An Empirical Analysis of PPDai.com”, Journal of Electronic Commerce Research (SSCI), 16(3):242-260, 2015.  With Yeujun Yoon et al.
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  • “Who wants to adopt and who wants to be adopted: A sample of American families and sub-Saharan African orphans” Health Policy and Planning (SSCI), 1-14, March, 2015. With Christopher Balding et al.
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  • “Index System for Shenzhen Global City Development” in Comparative Studies of Shenzhen Global City Development, Ed. Lixia Tang and Wen Hai, Beijing: China Development Press, 2014.
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  • “Smoking behaviors and cessation services among male physicians in China: evidence from a structural equation model” Tobacco Control 22:ii27–ii33 (SSCI/SCI), 2013. With Cheng Huang et al.
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  • Other work submitted and in progress…
Assistant Professor, PHBS
  • Managerial Economics (MBA required, Chinese, 2013-present)
  • Intermediate Microeconomics (graduate required, English, 2009-2014)
  • Health Care Financing and Management (graduate elective, English, 2010-2013)
  • Graduate Thesis Seminars (graduate required, English, 2010-2013)