Yew-Kwang Ng spends much of his time researching Happiness, Microeconomics, Preference, Welfare economics and Mathematical economics. His Happiness study is concerned with the field of Social psychology as a whole. His Microeconomics research includes themes of Cost–benefit analysis, Two-part tariff, Economic welfare and Tourism.
Yew-Kwang Ng interconnects Argument, Altruism, Social welfare function and Utilitarianism in the investigation of issues within Preference. The Welfare economics study combines topics in areas such as Positive economics and Welfare. The various areas that Yew-Kwang Ng examines in his Mathematical economics study include Sensibility, Pareto principle and Actuarial science.
Yew-Kwang Ng mostly deals with Microeconomics, Welfare, Happiness, Public economics and Positive economics. His research integrates issues of Consumption, Division of labour and Specialization in his study of Microeconomics. His Welfare study combines topics in areas such as Social Welfare and Maximization.
His work carried out in the field of Happiness brings together such families of science as Public spending, Cardinal utility, Preference and Public policy. His Cardinal utility study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Comparability and Liberian dollar. His Positive economics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Social choice theory and Welfare economics.
Yew-Kwang Ng focuses on Welfare, Happiness, Labour economics, Positive economics and Microeconomics. His study in Welfare is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Maximization, Climate change, Government, Impossibility and Animal Welfare. Happiness is a subfield of Social psychology that Yew-Kwang Ng explores.
His Social psychology research integrates issues from Global Leadership and Regression. His Positive economics study incorporates themes from Evolutionary dynamics, Poverty and Feeling. His work deals with themes such as Altruism and Income tax, which intersect with Microeconomics.
Happiness, Positive economics, Social psychology, Welfare and Index are his primary areas of study. His studies deal with areas such as Microeconomics, Marginal utility and Organizational behavior as well as Happiness. His research in Positive economics tackles topics such as Poverty which are related to areas like Neoclassical economics and Scarcity.
His work deals with themes such as Egalitarianism, Predictive power, Global Leadership and Regression, which intersect with Social psychology. His research investigates the connection with Welfare and areas like Climate change which intersect with concerns in Actuarial science and Consumption. He usually deals with Index and limits it to topics linked to Well-being and Absolute, Welfare economics, Economic growth and Public economics.
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A Case for Happiness, Cardinalism, and Interpersonal Comparability
The Economic Journal (1997)
Specialization and Economic Organization: A New Classical Microeconomic Framework
Xiaokai Yang;Yew-Kwang Ng.
From preference to happiness: Towards a more complete welfare economics
Social Choice and Welfare (2003)
Happiness surveys: some comparability issues and an exploratory survey based on just perceivable increments
Yew Kwang Ng.
Social Indicators Research (1996)
Theory of the firm and structure of residual rights
Xiaokai Yang;Yew-Kwang Ng.
Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization (1995)
Optimal Pricing with a Budget Constraint—The Case of the Two-part Tariff
Yew Kwang Ng;Mendel Weisser.
The Review of Economic Studies (1974)
Towards welfare biology: evolutionary economics of animal consciousness and suffering
Yew Kwang Ng.
Biology and Philosophy (1995)
Bentham or Bergson? Finite Sensibility, Utility Functions and Social Welfare Functions
The Review of Economic Studies (1975)
What should we do about future generations?: Impossibility of Parfit's theory X
Yew Kwang ng.
Economics and Philosophy (1989)
Diamonds Are a Government's Best Friend: Burden-Free Taxes on Goods Valued for Their Values: Reply
The American Economic Review (1987)
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