Tongyang Yang, PhD
- Assistant Professor
- Economics & Finance
- PhD, Economics (2021)
Georgia Institute of Technology (GA)
- MS, Agricultural and Applied Economics (2015)
University of Georgia (GA)
- BA, International Economics and Trade (2013)
Heilongjiang University (CN)
I received my Ph.D. degree in economics from Georgia Institute of Technology, where I obtained “Tech to Teaching” certificate. I have been working with the Center for Teaching and Learning as a graduate teaching fellow for two years, and served as a leadership coach for Leadership Education and Development.
My research interests include international trade-related topics such as the socio-economic impacts of trade liberalization and trade duration. I am also interested in interdisciplinary research that combines big data and economic analysis. My teaching interests include all levels of microeconomics, macroeconomics, statistics, analytics, and econometrics.
- Applied Microeconomics
- International Trade
- Labor Economics
Besedeš, T., Lee, S. H., & Yang, T. “Trade Liberalization and Female Welfare: Dimensions of Adjustment in the United States” Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 2021, 183: 574-588