Industrial Economics(Chinese and English)

Yingdan Mei

Personal Profile

School of Economics and Management

Ph.D

Associate professor

Industrial Economics

may19880106@163. com

Research Areas

Environmental and Resource Economics, Applied Econometrics, Energy Economics, Climate Change, Forestry Economics, Ecological Economics

Publications

[1] Gao Li, Wendong Zhang, Yingdan Mei, Abdoul G. Sam, Yu Song, Shuqin Jin. 2018. “Do Farmers Adopt Fewer Conservation Practices on Rented Land? Evidence from Straw Retention in China”. Land Use Policy, 79:609-621. (SSCI/SCI, 3.194, Corresponding author)
[2] Yingdan Mei, Xiaoli Zhao, Lu Lin, Li Gao. 2018. “Capitalization of Urban Green Vegetation in a Housing Market with Poor Environmental Quality: Evidence from Beijing, China”. Journal of Urban Planning and Development, 144(3): 05018011. (SCI, Impact factor 1.455)
[3] Yingdan Mei, Diane Hite, Brent Sohngen. 2018. “Estimation of house price differential of urban tree cover: an application of sample selection approach”. Applied Economics, DOI: 10.1080/00036846.2017.1409419. (SSCI, Impact factor 0.648)
[4] Yingdan Mei, Brent Sohngen, Thomas Babb. 2018. “Valuing urban wetland quality with hedonic price model”. Ecological Indicators 84:535-545. (SCI, Impact factor 3.898)
[5] Yingdan Mei, Diane Hite, Brent Sohngen. 2017. “Demand for urban tree cover: A two-stage hedonic price analysis in California”. Forest Policy and Economics 83: 29-35 (SSCI, Impact factor 1.552)