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 received his Ph.D. in higher education with concentrations in economics and K-20 education policy from the University of Michigan in 2019, after receiving B.A. in economics and M.A. in the economics of education from Peking University. His current research focuses on examining effective ways to improve low-income students’ K-12 and higher education access, choice, and success in both the United States and China, including school reforms, managerial and personnel policies, and big data-based behavioral interventions. He is a recipient of the National Academy of Education/Spencer Dissertation Fellowship, AEFP New Scholar Award, and Rackham Predoctoral Fellowship. He will be a Postdoctoral Research Associate in the Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton University during 2019-2020, and in the Annenberg Institute at Brown University during 2020-2022.

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