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Mingming Ma

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Assistant Professor
Economics of Health and Aging, Development Economics, Applied Microeconomics
(Ph.D., University of Southern California, 2018)

Office Address:
210, Institute for Advanced Research
111 Wuchuan Rd,
Shanghai University of Finance and Economics

Contact Information:
Telephone: +86-21-65903485
Email: ma.mingming@mail.shufe.edu.cn
Bio
Journal Publication
Working Papers
Reports


Bio
EDUCATION
Ph.D. Economics, University of Southern California, Los Angeles 2018
M.A. Economics, University of Southern California, Los Angeles 2015
M.A. Economics, Tsinghua University, Beijing 2012
B.A. Finance, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai 2009

Journal Publication
  1. Torres, J. M., Yahirun, J. J., Sheehan, C., Ma, M., & Sáenz, J. (2021). Adult child socio-economic status disadvantage and cognitive decline among older parents in Mexico. Social Science & Medicine, 279, 113910.

  2. Ma, Mingming, Yahirun, Jenjira, Saenz, Joseph, and Sheehan, Connor (2021). Offspring Educational Attainment and Older Parents’ Cognition in Mexico. Demography, 58(1), 75-109.

  3. Jain, Urvashi and Ma, Mingming (2020). Height shrinkage, health and mortality among older adults: Evidence from Indonesia. Economics and Human Biology 37, 100863.

  4. Ma, Mingming (2019). Does children’s education matter for parents’ health and cognition? Evidence from China. Journal of Health Economics 66, 222–240.

  5. Ma, Mingming and Shi, Xinzheng (2014). Magnet classes and educational performance: evidence from China. Economic Development and Cultural Change 62, 537–566.

Working Papers
  1. With Wu, Fengyu. Loss of Children and Parental Health and Well-being: Evidence from China.

  2. With Jain, Urvashi. Together in Sickness and in Health: Spousal Influence in Health and Health Behaviors of Elderly in England.

  3. With Wu, Binzhen and Zhong, Xiaohan. Matching Mechanisms, Matching Quality, and Strategic Behavior: Evidence from China.

Reports
  1. Kim, Seonga, Ma, Mingming, Wang, Shun and Wu, Fengyu (2021). Policy Brief 1: Measuring Happiness during the Pandemic. In Policy Brief 1: Surviving COVID-19. New York: Global Happiness Council,  Sustainable Development Solutions Networks. https://s3.amazonaws.com/happinesscouncil.org/PB1_Measurement.pdf

  2. Kim, Seonga, Ma, Mingming, Wang, Shun and Wu, Fengyu (2021). Policy Brief 2: Measuring Happiness during the Pandemic. In Policy Brief 2: Resilience in Turbulent Times. New York: Global Happiness Council,  Sustainable Development Solutions Networks. https://s3.amazonaws.com/happinesscouncil.org/PB2_Measurement.pdf

  3. Ma, Mingming, Wang, Shun and Wu, Fengyu (2021). COVID-19 and Well-being: Lessons from East Asia. in World Happiness Report 2021. New York: Sustainable Development Solutions Networks.

  4. With Fengyu Wu,“Happiness in the Aging Society,” China Happiness Report, 2020, forthcoming