Haiyong Liu

Curriculum Vitae

CONTACT INFORMATION

Brewster Building A-428, Department of Economics

East Carolina University, Greenville, NC 27858-4353

 

Tel: 252-328-1083    Fax: 252-328-6743

E-mail: liuh@ecu.edu

Webpage: http://myweb.ecu.edu/liuh

 

AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION

Labor Economics, Applied Econometrics, Health Economics, Development Economics

EDUCATION

Ph.D. (Economics), University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2003 

Dissertation: A Migration Study of Mothers Work, Welfare Participation, and Child Development

Advisors: Thomas Mroz and Wilbert van der Klaauw

B.S. (Economic Geography), Peking University, Beijing, China, 1996

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2015- Chair, Department of Economics, East Carolina University

2016-   Professor, Department of Economics, East Carolina University 

2010- Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Public Health, East Carolina University

2003-16   Assistant Professor, Associate Professor Department of Economics, East Carolina University 

2001    Instructor, Department of Economics, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

AWARDS AND HONORS

Chair’s Award for Innovation, Efficiency, and Impact, Harriot College of Arts and Sciences, East Carolina University, Spring 2017

College Research Award, Harriot College of Arts and Sciences, East Carolina University, Summer 2013

Most Outstanding Faculty of the Year, Department of Economics, East Carolina University, 2011

College Research Award, Harriot College of Arts and Sciences, East Carolina University, Spring 2009

Most Outstanding Faculty of the Year, Department of Economics, East Carolina University, 2007

Visiting Scholar, National Poverty Center, University of Michigan, Spring 2005

College Research Award, Harriot College of Arts and Sciences, East Carolina University, Spring 2005

Invitee, Institute for Research on Poverty Summer Research Workshop, University of Wisconsin at Madison, June 2004

Southern Economic Association Honorarium, November 2002 

North Carolina Supercomputing Center High Performance Computing Resources Allocating Award, 2002-2003 

Merit Scholarship, University of North Carolina 1998-1999 

Tung Chee Hwa Prize, Graduate School of Chinese Academy of Sciences, 1997-1998

GRANTS

Contextual Risk Factors in African American Health: A Multilevel Analysis, Michigan Center for African American Aging Research Grant (with Fran Yong), September 2010-August 2011.

Maternal Working Schedules and Child Care Arrangements, East Carolina University Research/Creative Activity Awards, October 2008-2009.

School Choice, Maternal Employment and Child Achievement, NIH/NICHD grant (1R01HD047213) (with Tom Mroz and Wilbert van der Klaauw), October 2006- July 2010.

“Analysis and Perspective of Safeguards System Effectiveness” US Department of Energy grant (with Ruth Kempf, Richard Ericson, Gail Ratcliff), July 2006-June 2007.

Childhood Obesity and Poverty, IRP-USDA Small Grant, July 2005-December 2006.

East Carolina University Research Development Grant, May 2005-December 2006.

Publicly Provided Health Insurance, Maternal Employment, and Child Health, Association for Public Policy and Management (APPAM), June 2004-December 2005.

JOURNAL ARTICLES 

Craig Landry, Alyson Lewis, Haiyong Liu, Hans Vogelson, 2016. “Economic Value and Impact of Visitation to Cape Hatteras National Seashore: Addressing Onsite Sampling,” Marine Resource Economics, 31(3), 301-322.

Wenli Li, Haiyong Liu, Fang Yang, and Rui Yao, 2016. “Housing over Time and over the Life Cycle: A Structural Estimation,” International Economic Review, 57 (4), 1237–1260.

John A. Bishop, Haiyong Liu, and Zichong Qu, 2014. “Individual Perceptions of Distributional Fairness in China,” Comparative Economic Studies, 56 (1), 25-41.  

Ismael Ahamdanech-Zarco, John A. Bishop, Andrew Grodner, and Haiyong Liu, 2014. “Subjective Poverty Equivalence Scales for Euro Zone Countries”.  Journal of Economic Inequality, 12, 265-278.

Stephanie B. Jilcott, Haiyong Liu, et al., 2011. “Association between Travel Times and Food Procurement Practices among Female Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Participants in Eastern North Carolina,” Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior, 43(5), 385-389.

Jared McGuirt, Stephanie Jilcott, Haiyong Liu, and Alice Ammerman, 2011. “Produce price savings for consumers at farmers' markets compared to supermarkets in North Carolina,” Journal of Hunger and Environmental Nutrition, 6(1), 86-98.

Stephanie B. Jilcott, Haiyong Liu, Katrina, DuBose, Susan Chen, and Sibylle Kranz, 2011. “Food Stamp Participation is Associated with Fewer Meals Away From Home, Yet Higher BMI,” Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior, 43(2), 110-115.

Stephanie B. Jilcott, Haiyong Liu, Justin B. Moore, Jeffrey W. Bethel, James Wilson, Alice Ammerman, 2010. “Commute Times, Food Retail Gaps, and Weight Status in Rural and Urban North Carolina Counties,” Preventing Chronic Disease, 7(5), 1-10.

Bishop, John, Haiyong Liu, and Lester Zeager, 2011. “The Disappearing Nutritional Bias Against Chinese Girls,” Contemporary Economic Policy, 29(3), 461-468.

Haiyong Liu, Thomas Mroz, and Wilbert van der Klaauw, 2010. “Maternal Employment, Migration, and Child Development.” Journal of Econometrics, 156(1), 212-228.

Linda Adair, Haiyong Liu, and Thomas Mroz, 2009. “Parental Compensatory Behaviors and Early Child Health Outcomes in Cebu, Philippines” Journal of Development Economics, 90(2), 209-230.

Craig E. Landry, and Haiyong Liu, 2009. “A Semi-Parametric Estimator for Revealed and Stated Preference Data: An Application to Recreational Beach Visitation.” Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 57, 205-218.

Haiyong Liu, 2008“The China Health and Nutrition Survey.” Journal of Economic Inequality, 6, 373-376.

Haiyong Liu, 2008. “A Migration Study of Mother’s Work, Welfare Participation, and Child Development.” Labour, 22(1), 23-71.

John A. Bishop, and Haiyong Liu, 2008. “Liberalization and rent-seeking in China’s labor market.” Public Choice, 135, 151-164.

John A. Bishop, J.R. Chiou, Andrew Grodner, and Haiyong Liu, 2007. “Gender Earnings Differentials in Taiwan: A Stochastic Frontier Approach.” Journal of Asian Economics, 18(6) 934-945.

John A. Bishop, Haiyong Liu, and Qi Meng, 2007. “Are Chinese Smokers Sensitive to Price?” China Economic Review 18(2) 113-121.

WORKING PAPERS

John A. Bishop, Haiyong Liu, and Juan Gabriel Rodriguez, 2017, “Long-run Determinants of Intergenerational Job Status Mobility.”

 

WORK IN PROGRESS

Wenhua Di, Haiyong Liu, 2017. “Spillover Effects of Student Loan Borrowing.”

Haiyong Liu, 2017. “Minimum Legal Drinking Age and Teenager Educational Performance.”

BOOK CHAPTERS AND OTHER PUBLICATIONS

John A. Bishop, Haiyong Liu, and Juan Rodriguez, 2014. “Cross-Country Intergenerational Status Mobility: Is There a Great Gatsby Curve?” Economic well-being and inequality (Part of Research on Economic Inequality, 22, 237-249).

 

John A. Bishop, Haiyong Liu, and Buhong Zhang, 2010. “Rising Incomes and Nutritional Inequality in China” in John Bishop (ed.) Studies in Applied Welfare Analysis: Papers from the Third ECINEQ Meeting (Part of Research on Economic Inequality).

 

Craig E. Landry and Haiyong Liu. 2010. “Econometric Models for Joint Estimation of RP-SP Site Frequency Recreation Demand Models” in Tim Haab, Ju-Chin Huang, and John Whitehead (eds.), Preference Data for Environmental Valuation: Combining Revealed and Stated Approaches (Part of Routledge Explorations in Environmental Economics)

 

Gu, ChaolinXiuhong Hu, Haiyong Liu, and Guochen Song, 2004, “Situation of the Urban Rich”, in Peilin Li, Qiang Li and Liping Sun (edsSocial Stratification in China Today, pp. 264-282. Beijing: Social Sciences Academic Press.

Gu, ChaolinHaiyong Liu, 2002, “Social Polarization and Segregation in Beijing” in John Logan ed., The New Chinese City: Globalization and Market Reform, pp. 198-211. London: Blackwell Publishers

Gu, ChaolinHaiyong Liu, 1999“The Floating Population Concentration Areas in Beijing: Patterns, Structure, and Functions,” Scientia Geographica Sinica, 19(6): 503-509.

SELECTED PRESENTATIONS

The 2016 Annual Meetings of the Southern Economic Association in Washington DC, November 2016, “Minimum Legal Drinking Age and Teenager Educational Performance.”

The 2013 Annual Meetings of the Southern Economic Association in Tampa, November 2013, “Individual Perception of Inequality and Social Mobility.”

The 2012 Annual Meetings of the Southern Economic Association in Atlanta, November 2012, “Family Income and Childhood to Adolescence Obesity: When the Link Emerges and How It Grows.”

The 2010 Annual Meetings of the Southern Economic Association in Atlanta, November 2010, “Growing up poor and weight problems” and “Financial Aid and College Going Behavior.”

“Commute Times, Food Retail Gaps, and Weight Status in Rural and Urban North Carolina Counties”, International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity Conference, June 2010.

“Commute Times, Food Retail Gaps, and Weight Status in Rural and Urban North Carolina Counties”, The 6th Annual Jean Mills Health Symposium: Race, Stress and Health, February, 2010.

Department of Economics, California State University at Fullerton, November 2009.

The 2008 Western Economic Association meetings, June 2008, 
Identifying Nutritional Advantage: An Application to Gender Bias among Chinese Children

The 2007 Society of Labor Economists, May 2007, Federal Aid and College Enrollment Decisions

University of Colorado at Denver, February 2007, “Federal Aid and College Enrollment Decisions

The 2007 American Economic Association meetings in Chicago, January 2007, Federal Aid and College Enrollment Decisions

The 2006 Annual Meetings of the Southern Economic Association, November 2006, Federal Aid and College Enrollment Decisions

Inaugural Conference of the American Society of Health Economists, University of Wisconsin - Madison, June, 2006, Participation in Food Assistance, Maternal Employment, and Child Obesity

The Research Innovation and Development Grants in Economics (RIDGE) Conference, April 2006, Growing Up Poor and Weight Problems

The 2006 Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America, March 2006, Participation in Food Assistance, Maternal Employment, and Child Obesity

Conference on Structural Models in Labor, Aging, and Health, Duke University, September 2005, Maternal Employment, Migration, and Child Development

Southern Economic Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana, November 2004, Impacts of Parental Behaviors and Other Economic Factors on Early Child Health Outcomes in Cebu, Philippines

Southern Economic Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana, November 2004, Publicly Provided Health Insurance, Maternal Employment, and Child Health

4th International Public Economic Theory Conference, Duke University, June 2003, Maternal Employment, Migration and Child Development

Southern Economic Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana, November 2002, A Migration Study of Mother’s Work, Welfare Participation, and Child Development

NON-ACADEMIC PRESENTATIONS

Guest Speaker at Kinston Rotary Club, NC, January 2007, “China’s Economy and Its Impact on US.”

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AND AFFILIATIONS

Member of American Economic Association, Econometric Society, Southern Economic Association, Population Association of America

 

Referee for Journal of Labor EconomicsJournal of Business & Economic Statistics, International Economic ReviewJournal of Econometrics, Southern Economic Journal, American Journal of Agricultural Economics, World Development, Natural Hazard Review, LABOUR, Journal of Applied Econometrics, Education Finance and Policy, The Professional Staff Congress-City University of New York (PSC-CUNY) Research Award Program, Applied Economics

 

 

 

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