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YAO Yi
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YAO Yi

Interview with students:

Maternity leave, appointment by Email 


Job title:

Assistant Professor 


Telephone:

62755109 


E-mail:

yao.yi@pku.edu.cn 


Address:

Rm 417, School of Economics, Peking University 


Education background:

2007-2012, Ph.D. in Risk Management and Insurance, Department of Actuarial Science, Risk Management and Insurance, School of Business, University of Wisconsin at Madison, U.S.
2005-2007, Master in Economics, Department of Economics, School of Economics, Peking University
2001-2005, Bachelor in Economics, Department of Economics, School of Economics, Peking University
 


Work experience:

2012 -Present, Assistant Professor, School of Economics, Peking University
2007-2012, Teaching Assistant, School of Business, University of Wisconsin at Madison, U.S.
2006 -2007, Teaching Assistant, School of Economics, Peking University


 


Research interests:

Risk Management
Microinsurance
Health Insurance
 


Teaching:

Life and Health Insurance
Principles of Risk Management
Introduction to Insurance 


Publications:

Publication in English
1. “Development and Sustainability of Emerging Health Insurance Markets: Evidence from Microinsurance in Pakistan”, by Yi (Kitty) Yao (sole author), Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance-Issues and Practice, 38 (1): 160-180, 2013.
2. “Between-Group Adverse Selection: Evidence from Group Critical Illness Insurance”, by Martin Eling, Ruo Jia and Yi Yao, Journal of Risk and Insurance, forthcoming.
3. “The Role of Pregnancy in Micro Health Insurance: Evidence of Adverse Selection from Pakistan”, by Yi Yao, Joan Schmit and Justin Sydnor, Journal of Risk and Insurance, forthcoming.

Publication in Chinese (selected)
1. “Design of the Optimal Environmental Policy for a Growing Economy”, by Yi Chen, Yi Yao, and Qixiang Sun, Finance & Trade Economics, Vol. 28, No. 3, 2017.
2. “Study on Benefit Equity of Social Health Insurance Programs in China”, by Yi Yao, Yi Chen and Yuliang Chen, Chinese Journal of Health Policy, No. 3, 2017.
3. “Payment Reform in Social Health Insurance: Commentary of International and Domestic Research Progress on China’s Practice”, by Yi Yao, Yi Chen and Ju Shi, Chinese Health Economics, No. 4, 2017.
4. “Microinsurance: Progress in Theory and Lessons from Practice”, by Yi Yao, Peking University Press, 2017.
5. “World Insurance in 2015: Trend and Analysis”, China Insurance Market Report (chapter 7), Peking University Press, 2015.
6. “World Insurance in 2014: Trend and Analysis”, China Insurance Market Report (chapter 7), Peking University Press, 2014.
7. “World Insurance in 2013: Trend and Analysis”, China Insurance Market Report (chapter 7), Peking University Press, 2013.

Translation Work
Corporate Survival: the Critical Importance of Sustainability Risk Management (with Zheng et.al.), written by Dan R. Anderson, Economic Science Press, 2007.

Papers under Review
1. Detection of Health Insurance Fraud: Evidence from Medical Expense Insurance in China, with Qixiang Sun, Shanjun Lin and Qingzhu Fan.
2. Modeling Individual Health Care Expenditures in China: Evidence from New Rural Cooperative Medical System, with Julie Shi, Gordon Liu.

Research Grant
1. “Establishing a Fair Social Security System to Protect Social Justice”, National Social Science Key Project (13&ZD042), major participant for “Justice in Social Health Insurance”, 2013-2017.
2. “Healthcare Expenditure Prediction for Chinese Residents and Payment System Reform”, National Natural Science Project, major participant (71503014), 2015-2018. 


Honors and Awards:

2015 Outstanding Teacher in Finance Award, 4th Cao Fengqi Fund, Peking University
2013 Third Prize, The 8th Teaching Competition in Beijing
2012 First Prize, The 12th Teaching Competition, Peking University
2012 The Shin Research Award, International Insurance Society and Geneva Association
2011 Outstanding Graduate Student Teaching Award, School of Business, UW-Madison
2009 Scholarship, Property and Liability Underwriting Society (PLUS)
2009 Research grant, School of Business, UW-Madison
2007 Scholarship, School of Business, UW-Madison
 


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