Qingyang Han

Qingyang Han

PhD Candidate 2023-2024

Curriculum Vitae
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"Human Capital Transferability and Employer Monopsony Power" (job market paper)

"Growing Up Together: Sibling Correlation, Parental Influence, and Intergenerational Educational Mobility in Developing Countries" (with Nazmul Ahsan, Shahe Emran, Hanchen Jiang, and Forhad Shilpi)

"Cohort Trends in Women’s Employment: The Role of Family Structure" (with Robert Moffitt and Prerna Rakheja, work in progress)

"Identification and Estimation of a Lifecycle Model on Labor Market Monopsony" (Second chapter, work in progress)

"Labor Market Tightness and Job Mobility" (Third chapter, work in progress)

Other Activity:

Short term consultant, World Bank (2020.11-2021.6)
Recipient of Joel Dean Undergraduate Teaching Award (2020)
Presentation: 9th Conference on Social and Economic Data (Berlin, 2023) and International Workshop on Establishment Panel Analyses (Nürnberg, 2023)
Graduate Advisory Council, Department of Economics, JHU (2022-2023)
Virtual session chair, Society of Labor Economists 26th Annual Meeting (2021)


Elements of Microeconomics, Summer 2021, Instructor
Econometrics (Undergraduate), Fall 2023, TA
Econometrics (PhD), Spring 2022 and Spring 2023, TA
Investments and Portfolio Management, Fall 2022, TA
Economics of Poverty and Inequality, Fall 2021, TA
Elements of Macroeconomics, Fall 2020, TA
Elements of Microeconomics, Spring 2020, TA
Economics of Health, Fall 2019 TA


Professor Robert Moffitt - moffitt@jhu.edu
Professor Yingyao Hu - yhu@jhu.edu
Professor Yujung Hwang - yujungghwang@gmail.com

Main Advisor: Robert Moffitt

Thesis Title: "Essays on Mobility and Monopsony Power in the Labor Market" (Download Abstract)

Fields: Labor Economics, Applied Microeconomics, Applied Econometrics