About Dr. Zhang:
Dr. Zhang is an assistant professor at the Department of Agricultural Economics, Texas A&M University. She holds BS (Peking University) and PhD (Duke University) degrees in Biology, and a Ph.D. degree (Texas A&M University) in Economics. Her research interests include Industrial Organization, Markets and Information Economics, Behavioral Economics, Experimental Economics, Applied Econometrics.
Sun, Y., Y. Zhang and Q. Li, “Nonparametric Panel Data Regression Models”, In B. H. Baltagi (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Panel Data, In press.Zhang,Y., D. Li and Q. li. “Recent Developments in Semiparametric and Nonparametric Estimation of Panel Data Models with Incomplete Information: A Selected Review”, Advances in Econometrics (2011) 27: 41-62.Zhang,Y., J. Gu and Q. li. “Nonparametric panel estimation of online auction price processes.” Empirical Economics (2011) 40(1): 51-68.Vamosi, J., Y. Zhang and W. Wilson. “Animal-dispersal dynamics promoting dioecy over hermaphroditism.” The American Naturalist (2007) 170(3): 485-491.Bi, Y., Y. Zhang, T. Signorelli, R. Zhao, T. Zhu and S. Rothstein. “Genetic analysis of arabidopsis GATA transcription factor gene family reveals a nitrate inducible member important for chlorophyll synthesis and glucose sensitivity.” Plant Journal (2005) 44: 680-692.Uyenoyama, M., Y. Zhang and E. Newbigin. “On the origin of self-incompatibility haplotypes: Transition through self-incompatible intermediates.” Genetics (2001) 157: 1805-1817.
PhD (Economics), Texas A&M University
PhD (Biology), Duke University
BS (Biology), Peking University