About Dr. Zhang:
Yu (Yvette) Zhang has a PhD in Economics (Texas A&M University), a PhD in Biology (Duke University) with certificate in nonlinear and complex system, and a B.S. in Biology (Peking University). Her research interests include behavioral and experimental economics, markets and information economics, consumer research, food economics, and applied econometrics.
Yi, F., Zhou, M., & Zhang, Y. Y. (2020). Value of Incorporating ENSO Forecast in Crop Insurance Programs. American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 102(2), 439-457.
Lin, B. X., & Zhang, Y. Y. (2020). Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on agricultural exports. Journal of Integrative Agriculture, 19(12), 2937-2945.
Zhang, Y. Y., Nayga Jr, R. M., & Depositario, D. P. T. (2019). Learning and the possibility of losing own money reduce overbidding: Delayed payment in experimental auctions. Plos one, 14(5), e0213568.
Zhang, Y. Y. (2017). A density-ratio model of crop yield distributions. American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 99(5), 1327-1343.
Zhang, Y. Y. (2017). A shape constrained estimator of bidding function of first-price sealed-bid auctions. Economics Letters, 150, 67-72.
PhD (Economics), Texas A&M University
PhD (Biology), Duke University
BS (Biology), Peking University