Yexin Zhou

Yexin Zhou
Beijing Normal University | bnu · School of Economics and Resource Management

PhD

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We utilized the China Genuine Progress Indicator Survey, a unique national survey data from China, to explore the effects of individuals’ perceived pollution on their migration interests. Results show a significantly positive effect of perceived environmental pollution on an individual’s migration interests. A higher level of perceived pollution in...
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In human capital theory, noncognitive abilities play an essential role in individual and societal success. Parents’ migration for work purposes may inhibit the development of children’s noncognitive abilities, but its influence on children’s cooperation preferences remains unclear. Using three one-shot public goods games, we examine the impacts of...
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The increasing amount of waste produced has been a challenge for human health and the environment, causing a call for effective waste management measures in which household waste separation is of great significance. Although an expanding body of literature has examined the impact of social capital on individual waste-separation behavior, few studie...
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Purpose This study analyzes the causal effect of education on consumers' cognition and attitudes toward genetically modified (GM) foods. Design/methodology/approach The authors propose an analytical framework to clarify the role of education levels and education content in the formation of attitudes toward GM foods and utilize education reforms in...
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The COVID-19 pandemic had an unequal impact on the employment and earnings of different labourers, consequently affecting households’ per capita income and income inequality. Combining a multisector computable general equilibrium model of China with a micro-simulation approach, this study aims to analyse the unequal effect of the COVID-19 pandemic...
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The effectiveness of water efficiency improvement is restricted by the water rebound effect by which anticipated water resource saving from improved water efficiency may be partly or wholly offset or even surpassed by an increase in water demand. The economy-wide rebound effect of water efficiency improvement in China is poorly understood. This stu...
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Albeit notably increasing studies dedicated to investigating the impact of air pollution on enterprises’ productivity and profit, few have oriented onto explicitly probing how the enterprises, particularly those foreign-invested firms, made their location choices concerning air quality. Accordingly, this study contributes to explain the impact of a...
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Using samples of both students and workers in China and comparing democratic decision making (i.e. being able to choose one's rules) to non-democratic decision making (i.e. exogenously imposed rule), we show that Chinese participants cooperate the most in a public goods game under the stylized authoritarian environment. This finding may be surprisi...

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