Xiaoyang Ye

Xiaoyang Ye

Research Interests: Economics of education, K-20 education policy and finance, school effectiveness, inequality and poverty

Contact: yxy@umich.edu

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Xiaoyang Ye is a Ph.D. candidate studying the economics of education at the University of Michigan. His research broadly focuses on improving policies, schools, and individual behaviors in K-12 and higher education. He is currently examining effective ways to improve low-income students’ school access and success in both the United States and China, including school/system reforms, managerial and personnel policies, and behavioral interventions using big data methods. He is a recipient of the National Academy of Education/Spencer Dissertation Fellowship, AEFP New Scholar Award and Rackham Predoctoral Fellowship. Prior to Michigan, Xiaoyang received a BA in economics and a MA in the economics of education from Peking University.

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