Industrial organization; Health economics.
Yijuan Chen is an Associate Professor of Economics. He received his Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania. Yijuan’s research interests are centred in health economics and industrial organization. His work evaluates policies that publicly reveal performance measures of firms and institutions. Yijuan also conducts research in industrial organization that analyses competition and complementarity between online and offline businesses. He has published in leading economics journals including Journal of Health Economics, Health Economics, International Journal of Industrial Organization, and Journal of Mathematical Economics.
Refereed Journal Articles:
11. Complementarity between online and offline channels for quality signaling, with Xiangting Hu and Sanxi Li, Journal of Economics, forthcoming
10. Hospital report cards: Quality competition and patient selection, with Peter Sivey, Journal of Health Economics, 2021, Volume 78, 102484
9. Healthcare insurance policy when provider and patient may collude, with Yaping Wu, David Bardey and Sanxi Li, Health Economics, 2021, Vol.30 (3), pp. 525-543.
8. Competition and Quality in Healthcare with Peter Sivey, 2019, Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Economics and Finance
7. Optimal compensation rule under provider adverse selection and moral hazard, with Yaping Wu and Sanxi Li, Health Economics, forthcoming.
6. Quality differentiation and firms' choices between online and physical markets, with Xiangting Hu and Sanxi Li, International Journal of Industrial Organization, 2017, Vol. 52, pp. 96-132.
5. A theory of waiting time reporting and quality signalling, with Juergen Meinecke and Peter Sivey, Health Economics, 2016, Vol. 25(11), pp. 1355-1371.
4. Can online markets attract high quality products?, with Pu Chen, Xiangting Hu and Sanxi Li, Economic Modelling, 2015, Vol. 51, pp.65-71.
3. Do health care report cards cause providers to select patients and raise quality of care?, with Juergen Meinecke, Health Economics, 2012, Vol. 21(s1), pp.33-55.
2. Innovation frequency of durable complementary goods, Journal of Mathematical Economics, 2012, Vol. 48(6), pp.407-421.
1. Why are health care report cards so bad (good)?, Journal of Health Economics, 2011, Vol.30(3), pp.575-590.
2013 Awarded the Early Career Research Prize, the Australian Health Economics Society
Optimization for Economics and Financial Economics
Mathematical Economics A
Mathematical Economics B