Hsueh-Hsiang (Cher) Li
Office: C320 Clark
Position: Assistant Professor
- Public Economics
- Applied Microeconomics
I received my Ph.D. in economics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. My research covers a variety of topics, including gender, health, demography, and public finance. Before I become an economist, I was an attorney. My legal work ranged from intellectual property law in Taiwan to contracts management for Hewlett-Packard.
Ph.D. in Economics
“Tax and Spend: The Interplay of Fiscal and Social Policy,” (with John Karl Scholz), in Scholz, J.K. H.P. Moon, and S-H Lee (eds). Social Policies in an Age of Austerity: A Comparative Analysis of the US and Korea, Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, MA, USA, Edward Elgar, 2015.
“EITC Use in Shared Placement Cases,” (with Patritcia Brown and John Karl Scholz), forthcoming Public Finance Review.
“Tort Reforms and Gender Distributions of Physicians” (with Alexandra Bernasek), revision requested by Eastern Economic Journal.
“Do Mentoring, Information, and Nudge Reduce the Gender Gap among Economics Majors?” (under review).
“Estimating the Impact of Antenatal Rest on Birth Outcomes for Working Mothers” (with Sophie McKee and Sammy Zahran).
“Asymmetric Responses of Capital Gains Realizations to Tax Increases and Tax Decreases in the United States, 1956 – 2006”
“The Effect of Human Capital Depreciation on Occupational Gender Segregation”
Introduction to Econometrics - Syllabus
Example of previous course taught.