Research Interests: economics of education, education policy, public economics, applied econometrics
Xiaoyang Ye is a doctoral student in higher education at the University of Michigan. His research interest is the economics of education, with a particular interest in the causes and consequences of education policies and individual schooling choices. He is working at EPI with Susan Dynarski and Brian Jacob on various research projects. Xiaoyang's other current research examines the dynamic impacts of high school course-taking, endogenous school choice and college choice, and the political economy of Chinese education policies. He received a BA in economics and MA in the economics of education at Peking University, China.
- "The Impact of the Michigan Merit Curriculum and Michigan Promise Scholarship on Student Outcomes," Susan Dynarski and Brian Jacob
- "Measuring and Understanding the Effectiveness of Michigan Charter Schools," Susan Dynarski and Brian Jacob
- "The Effects of High School Curriculum on College Outcomes," Stephen DesJardins and Brian McCall, University of Michigan CSHPE