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Department of Public Economics

ZHOU,Qin

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       ZHOU Qin

  Associate Professor

  E-mail Address: zhouqin@uibe.edu.cn

  

  Education Background

  Postdoctoral Associate, National School of Development, Peking University, 2014-2016

  PhD, Research Institute of Economics and Management, Southwestern University of Finance and Economics, 2008-2013

  Visiting Research Fellow, China Center for Health Economic Research, Peking University, 2011-2013

  Visiting APEC fellow, Research School of Population Health, College of Health and Medicine, Australian National University, 2017.8-2017.11

  

  Work Experience

  Associate Professor, School of Public Administration, University of International Business and Economics (UIBE), 2017.1-present

  Assistant Professor, School of Public Administration, UIBE, 2016.5-2016.12

  

  Teaching Experience

  Economics of Social Issues (Undergraduate course)

  Modernization and Economic Transition in China (MPA)

  

  Research Interests

  Health Economics, Labor and Social Security, Applied Econometrics

  

  Honors and Awards

  UIBE Outstanding Young Scholar

  Australia-APEC Women in Research Fellowship

  Peking University Outstanding Post-doctoral Researcher

  Peking University Health Economics Scholarship

  

  Research Grants and Projects

  1. Principal Investigator, “Inequity Evaluation of the Integration of Chinese Urban and Rural Medical Insurance System and Identification of Influence Mechanism”, Project supported by National Social Science Foundation, Grant No. 17CGL051, 2017-2019.

  2. Principal Investigator, “Inequity Evaluation of Chinese Equalized Medical Insurance System”, Project supported by UIBE Outstanding Young Scholars Program, Grant No. 871712, 2017-2020.

  3. Principal Investigator, “Social Security Systems in Relation to Health Status, Healthcare Cost and Utilization, and Health Behaviors among Different Populations”, Project supported by The Australia - APEC Women in Research Fellowship Program, Aug. 2017- Nov. 2017.

  4. Principal Investigator, “Economics of Social Issues”, Project supported by UIBE Undergraduate Regular Courses Construction Program, CNY 20,000, 2017-2018.

  5. Principal Investigator, “Socioeconomic Status and Health in China”, Project sponsored by UIBE, No. 7616040321, 2016-2018.

  6. Principal Investigator, “Inequity of the Equalizing Social Health Insurance: Analysis on the Benefit Distribution of China’s Urban Resident Basic Medical Insurance”, China Postdoctoral Science Foundation Funded Project. No. 2014M560830, 2014-2015.

  

  Journal Publication (CSSCI, SSCI, SCI)

  1. Zhou Q, Liu GG, Samuel K. Is Chinese National Health Insurance Effective in the Face of Severe Illness? A Perspective from Health Service Utilization and Economic Burden. Social Indicators Research , 2017, 132(7): 1307-1329. (SSCI)

  2. Zhou Q, Yuan, Y, He Q. Do Residential Housing Crowd Out or Promote Households’ Stock Investment? Evidence from China. Emerging Markets Finance and Trade , 2017, 53(8): 1869-1893. (SSCI)

  3. Xu GM, Chen G, Zhou Q, Li N, Zheng XY. Prevalence Rates of Mental Disorders among Chinese Elderly People. The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry , 2017, 62(11): 778-786. (SSCI, SCI)

  4. Pan J, Tian S, Zhou Q. (corresponding author), Han W. Benefit Distribution of Social Health Insurance: Evidence from China’s Urban Resident Basic Medical Insurance. Health Policy and Planning , 2016, 31(7): 853-859. (SSCI, SCI)

  5. Zhou, Qin, Sen Tian and Jie Pan, “Inequity of Equalization——Theoretical and empirical analysis on the net benefit of Urban Resident  Basic Medical Insurance in China”, Economic Research Journal (经济研究), 2016(6): 172-185. (in Chinese)

  6. Zhou, Qin, Yan Yuan and Wenbin Zang, “The Study of Health Insurance on Households’ Portfolio Choice in Urban and Rural China”, China Economic Quarterly (经济学季刊), 2015, 14(3): 931-960. (in Chinese)

  7. Zhou, Qin and Gordon G. Liu, “‘Universal Health Insurance’ and ‘Later Reimbursement’ Burden: The Effect of the Later Reimbursement Policy on Residents’ Healthcare Utilization”, Insurance Studies (保险研究), 2015 (7): 106-119. (in Chinese)

  8. Zhou, Qin and Gordon G. Liu, “The Difference of Benefits from Health Insurance: Based on the study of the local population and migrants”, Nankai Economic Studies (南开经济研究), 2016(1): 77-94. (in Chinese)

  9. Zhou, Qin and Gordon G. Liu, “Health Shock: What did Current Health Insurance System Do?” Economic Review (经济评论)), 2014 (6): 78-90. (in Chinese)

  10. Zhou, Qin and Yan Yuan, “Gender Inequality in the Family’s Compulsory Educational Decision in Rural China: From the Perspective of Household Economics”, Population Journal (人口学刊), 2014(3): 14-24. (in Chinese)

  11. Zhou, Qin, Xuezheng Qin and Yan Yuan, “Migrant Workers’ Real Accessibility of Medical Services: Based on the Special Survey of Rural-to-urban Migrant Workers in Beijing”, Insurance Studies (保险研究), 2013(9): 112-119. (in Chinese)

  12. Zhou, Qin, Wenbin Zang and Gordon G. Liu, “Health Insurance and Medical Economic Risks for Chinese Households”, Insurance Studies (保险研究), 2013(7): 95-107. (in Chinese)

  

  Conference Presentation

  1. “The Role of Early Childhood Starvation in the Relationship between Obesity and Depression”, 2017 Chinese Economists Society (CES) Annual Meeting, Nanjing, China.

  2. “Relative Income and Mental Health among Chinese Adults: Evidence from the China Health and Retirement Longitudinal Study”, 2015 CES Annual Meeting, Shanghai, China.

  3. “Inequity of the Equalizing Social Health Insurance: Analysis on the Benefit Distribution of China’s Urban Resident Basic Medical Insurance”, The 14th China Youth Economic Forum, Oct. 2014, Beijing, China.

  4. “The Effect of the Later Reimbursement Policy on Residents’ Healthcare Utilization”, 2014 CES Annual Meeting, Guangzhou, China.

  5. “Housing and Chinese Households’ Participation in Risky Financial Markets”, 2013 CES Annual Meeting, Chengdu, China.

  6. “Health Insurance, Precautionary Savings and Household Portfolio Choice in China”, 2012 CES Annual Meeting, Kaifeng, China.