Dr Po Yin WongLecturer in Business AnalyticsEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgRoom Number: Room 4.25k, Francis Bancroft Building, Mile End CampusWebsite: https://sites.google.com/site/poyinpywong/Office Hours: Thursday 3pm-4pm; Friday 11am-12pm ProfileTeachingResearchSupervisionProfileRoles: Lecturer in Business Analytics Member of the Department of Business Analytics and Applied Economics Biography: Po Yin holds a PhD in Agricultural and Resource Economics from the University of Maryland. Prior to joining Queen Mary in August 2022, she was an Assistant Professor in the Norwegian School of Economics (NHH) and an Economist in the Research Department of the Hong Kong Monetary Authority.TeachingUndergraduate BUS160: Introduction to Statistics BUS029: Business Analytics ResearchResearch Interests:Po Yin’s main research interests are labour, development, and environmental economics. Her current research focuses on two main areas of inquiry: causes and consequences of inequalities (e.g. access to education, natural resources); behavioural and distributional impacts of shocks (e.g. natural hazards) to households and firms. Publications Journal articles Dynamics in the Returns to Capital: Natural Experimental Evidence from Indonesia, Journal of Development Studies, 2022, Vol.58 - Issue 2. Who Takes the Hit? Gender Differences in Employment Outcomes after Disasters, Pacific Economic Review, 2022, Vol.27 - Issue 3. Losing in a Boom: Long-Term Consequences of a Local Economic Shock for Female Labour Market Outcomes (with Patrick Bennett and Chiara Ravetti), Labour Economics, 2021, Vol. 73. Natural Disasters and Vulnerability: Evidence from the 1997 Forest Fires in Indonesia (with Philip H. Brown), The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy, 2011, Vol. 11: Iss.1 (Topics), Article 66. Mother’s Marital Status and Type of Delivery Medical Care in Guatemala, Population Research and Policy Review, 2011, 30:43-57. Does the Type of News Coverage Influence Donations to Disaster Relief: Evidence from the 2008 Cyclone in Myanmar (with Philip H. Brown), Journal of Disaster Research, 2009, 4(6): 499-505. SupervisionPo Yin is interested in supervising new PhD students in applied economics, in particular, those with a focus on environmental/climate policy evaluation or macroeconomic consequences of microeconomic shocks e.g. supply-chain disruptions, natural hazards.