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Department of Land Economy

Environment, Law & Economics

Studying at Cambridge

 

Dr Po-Wen She

Dr Po-Wen She

Research Associate


Biography:

My research predominantly focuses on applied econometrics. I have wide research interest including labour economics, education economics, environmental economics, taxation, public economics and elderly economics. I am extremely well experienced in working with various UK datasets (including BHPS, LFS, Understanding Society, Living Cost and Food Survey, …etc.). I have particular skills in integrating various datasets. Additionally, I am capable in the spatial econometrics. In the past, I have involved many projects from various sources including the ESRC, Taiwanese Government, NHS, EPSRC, and Varkey Foundation, and has published research outputs in international peer reviewed journals.

Keywords

Climate Change ; Public Policy ; Economics

Key Publications

  • The UK summer heatwave of 2018 and public concern over energy security (with Shaun Larcom and T. van Gevelt), 9, 370–373, 2019.
  • “Raise children to against aging?  The determinant’s of wellbeing of the elderly in nowadays China”, with Congmin Peng, forthcoming, Singapore Economic Review (SSCI).
  • Global Teacher Status Index 2018 (with Peter Dolton, Oscar Marcenaro, Robert de Vries) 

    Media: BBC News, Independent, Financial Times, Washington Post,…

  • “The extent and cyclicality of career changes: evidence for the UK” with Carlos Carrillo-Tudela, BartHobijn, and Ludo Visschers, European Economics Review (SSCI), May 2016, vol 84, pp 18-41.
  • “The Impact of Fiscal Decentralization on the Tax Effort of China’s Local Governments after the Tax Sharing System,” with Jr-Tsung Huang, Kuang-Ta Lo, Singapore Economic Review (SSCI), 57(1), pp.1250005-1-1250005-22