His primary areas of investigation include Econometrics, Estimation, Variables, Advertising and Microeconomics. His Econometrics study combines topics in areas such as Estimator, Statistics and Censoring. His Estimation study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Dynamic Monte Carlo method.
His work is dedicated to discovering how Variables, Heteroscedasticity are connected with Alcohol abuse and Economic model and other disciplines. His study in the fields of Price elasticity of demand under the domain of Microeconomics overlaps with other disciplines such as Food consumption, Food stamps and Urban china. His research in Wine focuses on subjects like Demographic economics, which are connected to Marketing.
His primary scientific interests are in Econometrics, Agricultural economics, Marketing, Environmental health and Estimation. His Econometrics research includes elements of Statistics, Variables and Censoring. His studies in Agricultural economics integrate themes in fields like Agriculture and Microeconomics.
His research in Marketing intersects with topics in Endogeneity, Affect and Willingness to pay. The various areas that Steven T. Yen examines in his Environmental health study include Economic growth, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program and Overweight. His research investigates the connection between Estimation and topics such as Food away from home that intersect with issues in Multivariate statistics and Demographic economics.
Environmental health, Marketing, Sample selection, Economic growth and Environmental economics are his primary areas of study. His Environmental health research also works with subjects such as
His Environmental economics study also includes
Steven T. Yen mainly focuses on Environmental health, Marketing, Agricultural economics, Overweight and Microeconomics. His Environmental health study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Psychological intervention and Intervention. His study in Marketing is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, Estimation, Consumer expenditure and Food away from home.
His research integrates issues of Almost ideal demand system, Econometrics and Markov chain Monte Carlo in his study of Microeconomics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Empirical research and Censoring in addition to Econometrics. Steven T. Yen has included themes like Food products and Variables in his Price elasticity of demand study.
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Two-Step Estimation of a Censored System of Equations
J. Scott Shonkwiler;Steven T. Yen.
American Journal of Agricultural Economics (1999)
Food Stamp Program Participation and Food Insecurity: An Instrumental Variables Approach
Steven T. Yen;Margaret Andrews;Zhuo Chen;David B. Eastwood.
American Journal of Agricultural Economics (2008)
Factors Influencing Willingness-to-Pay for the Energy Star Label
David O. Ward;Christopher D. Clark;Kimberly L. Jensen;Steven T. Yen.
Energy Policy (2011)
Quasi- and Simulated-Likelihood Approaches to Censored Demand Systems: Food Consumption by Food Stamp Recipients in the United States
Steven T. Yen;Biing-Hwan Lin;David M. Smallwood.
American Journal of Agricultural Economics (2003)
Household demand for fats and oils: two-step estimation of a censored demand system
Steven T. Yen;Kamhon Kan;Kamhon Kan;Shew Jiuan Su;Shew Jiuan Su.
Applied Economics (2002)
Household Consumption of Cheese: An Inverse Hyperbolic Sine Double-Hurdle Model with Dependent Errors
Steven T. Yen;Andrew M. Jones.
American Journal of Agricultural Economics (1997)
A Multivariate Sample-Selection Model: Estimating Cigarette and Alcohol Demands with Zero Observations
Steven T. Yen.
American Journal of Agricultural Economics (2005)
Awareness of foodborne pathogens among US consumers
Chung-Tung Jordan Lin;Kimberly L. Jensen;Steven T. Yen.
Food Quality and Preference (2005)
Do dietary intakes affect search for nutrient information on food labels
Chung-Tung Jordan Lin;Jonq-Ying Lee;Steven T. Yen.
Social Science & Medicine (2004)
Food Expenditures Away From Home by Type of Meal
Helen H. Jensen;Steven T. Yen.
Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics-revue Canadienne D Agroeconomie (1996)
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