My name is Ming Yi (易鸣). I am an Assistant Professor of Economics at Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China. I earned my B.A. and M.A. degrees in Economics from Huazhong University of Science and Technology, and obtained my Ph.D. degree in Economics from Virginia Tech.
My current research interests include Macroeconomics and Game Theory.
Ming Yi, "Speculator-Triggered Crisis and Interventions", Journal of Macroeconomics 52: 135-146, 2017.
Ming Yi, "Dynamic Beauty Contests: Learning from the Winners to Win?", Journal of Economics 122(1): 67-92, 2017.
Jun Zhang, Chunping Zhong, Ming Yi, "Did Olympic Games Improve Air Quality in Beijing? Based on the Synthetic Control Method", Environmental Economics and Policy Studies 18(1): 21-39, 2016.
Ming Yi, Achla Marathe, "Fairness versus Efficiency of Vaccine Allocation Strategies", Value in Health 18(2):278-283, 2015.
Ming Yi, Achla Marathe, "Policy Trap and Optimal Subsidization Policy under Limited Supply of Vaccines", PLoS ONE 8(7): e67249, 2013.
Hans Haller, Ming Yi, "Paths of a Continuum of Independent Random Variable", working paper, 2014.
Ming Yi, "Stabilizing a Regime: Kicking out Traitors or Absorbing Supporters?", working paper, 2016.