About the School

Academic Departments

Position:

Professor, Department of Economics

Head, Department of Economics

Research Interests

Chinese Economy, Development Economics, Energy Economics

Publications
  • Cheng, Y. S., & Zhang, H. (2018). The labor market effects of immigration on natives: Evidence from Hong Kong. China Economic Review, 51, 257-270.
  • Woo, C.K., Cao, K.H., Cheng, Y.S., Shiu, A., & Li, R. (2018). Econometric Analysis of Monthly Peak-Hour and Total Usage Patterns of Hong Kong's Cross-Harbor Tunnels. Transportation Research Record.
  • Chen, B., & Cheng, Y. S. (2017). The Impacts of Environmental Regulation on Industrial Activities: Evidence from A Quasi-natural Experiment in Chinese Prefectures. Sustainability, 9(4), 571-589.
  • Cao, K.H., Cheng, Y. S., & Woo, C. K. (2017). Price-management of traffic congestion: Hong Kong's Lion Rock Tunnel. Case Studies on Transport Policy, 5(4), 699-706.
  • Cheng, Y.S., Cao, K.H., Woo, C.K., & Yatchewc, A. (2017). Residential willingness to pay for deep decarbonization of electricity supply: Contingent valuation evidence from Hong Kong. Energy Policy, 109, 218-227.
  • Cheng, Y. S., & Chung, K. (2017). Designing Property Rights over Land in Rural China. Economic Journal.
  • Woo, C. K., Cheng, Y. S., Li, R., Siu, A., Ho, S. T., Horowitz, I. (2015). Can Hong Kong price-manage its cross-harbor-tunnel congestion?. Transportation Research (Parts A-F), 82, 94 -109.
  • Woo, C. K., Cheng, Y. S., Law, A., Zarnikau, J., Ho, T., Leung, H.Y. (2015). Consumer Support for a Public Utilities Commission in Hong Kong. Energy Policy, 76, 87 - 97.
  • Weng, W., Woo, C. K., Cheng, Y. S., Ho, T., & Horowitz, I. (2015). Public Trust and Corruption Perception: Disaster Relief. Applied Economics, 47(46), 4967- 4981.
  • Woo, C. K., Ho, T., Shiu, A., Cheng, Y. S., Horowitz, I., Wang, J. (2014). Residential Outage Cost Estimation: Hong Kong. Energy Policy, 72, 204 - 210.
  • Woo, C. K., Shiu, A., Cheng, Y. S., Li, R., Ho, T., Horowitz, I; Wang, J; (2014). Residential Willingness-to-pay for Reducing Coal-Fired Generation's Emissions in Hong Kong. The Electricity Journal, 27(3), 50 - 66.
  • Cheng, Y. S., Wong, W. K., & Woo, C. K. (2013). How Much Have Electricity Shortages Hampered China's GDP Growth?. Energy Policy, 55, 369 - 373.
  • Cheng, Y. S., & Chung, K. (2013). Too Many Mothers-in-Law?. Journal of Development Economics, 105, 69 - 76.
  • Cheng, Y. S. (2009). Reforms of the Agricultural Bank of China - Can Policy and Commercial Objectives Be Reconciled?. The Chinese Economy, 42(5), 79-97.
  • Li, S. K., & Cheng, Y. S. (2007). Solving the Puzzles of Structural Efficiency. European Journal of Operational Research, 180(2), 713-722.
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