2012 - Fellows of the Econometric Society
His primary scientific interests are in Incentive, Competition, Federalism, Market economy and State. His Incentive study deals with the bigger picture of Microeconomics. His Competition study frequently links to related topics such as Hierarchy.
His Federalism research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Economic policy, Political economy and Decentralization. His work on Transition economy as part of general Market economy study is frequently linked to Institution, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. His research integrates issues of Corporatization, Budget constraint and Corporate governance in his study of State.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Incentive, Economic system, Market economy, Competition and Federalism. His biological study deals with issues like Rule of law, which deal with fields such as Property rights and Revenue. Yingyi Qian has included themes like Liberalization, Entrepreneurship, Economic reform and Process in his Economic system study.
The concepts of his Market economy study are interwoven with issues in State ownership and Investment. His work investigates the relationship between Competition and topics such as Restructuring that intersect with problems in Bureaucracy. The various areas that Yingyi Qian examines in his Federalism study include Political economy and Decentralization.
Yingyi Qian mostly deals with Economic system, Market economy, Property rights, Investment and Finance. His study in the field of Planned economy is also linked to topics like Dynamism, Portrait and Key. Yingyi Qian combines subjects such as State ownership, Market socialism and Types of socialism, State socialism with his study of Market economy.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Incentive, Competition, Transition economy and Rule of law. His Investment incentives study, which is part of a larger body of work in Investment, is frequently linked to Electricity, bridging the gap between disciplines.
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Federalism as a Commitment to Preserving Market Incentives
Yingyi Qian;Barry R. Weingast.
Research Papers in Economics (1997)
Federalism and the Soft Budget Constraint
Yingyi Qian;Gerard Roland.
The American Economic Review (1998)
Regional decentralization and fiscal incentives: Federalism, Chinese style
Hehui Jin;Yingyi Qian;Barry R. Weingast.
Journal of Public Economics (2005)
Federalism as a Commitment to Reserving Market Incentives
Yingyi Qian;Barry R. Weingast.
Journal of Economic Perspectives (1997)
Federalism, Chinese Style: The Political Basis for Economic Success in China
Gabriella Montinola;Yingyi Qian;Barry R. Weingast.
World Politics (1995)
Reform without Losers: An Interpretation of China's Dual‐Track Approach to Transition
Lawrence J. Lau;Yingyi Qian;Gerard Roland.
Journal of Political Economy (2000)
The Return to Capital in China
Chong-En Bai;Chang-Tai Hsieh;Yingyi Qian.
National Bureau of Economic Research (2006)
Why China's economic reforms differ: the M-form hierarchy and entry/expansion of the non-state sector
Yingyi Qian;Chenggang Xu.
Economics of Transition (1993)
Incentives, Information, and Organizational Form
Eric Maskin;Yingyi Qian;Chenggang Xu.
The Review of Economic Studies (2000)
From federalism, Chinese style to privatization, Chinese style
Yuanzheng Cao;Yingyi Qian;Barry R. Weingast.
Economics of Transition (1999)
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