Dr Yinjunjie Zhang (Jacquelyn) is a Research Fellow at the Tax and Transfer Policy Institute in the Crawford School of Public Policy.
Dr Zhang’s research interests spans the areas of labour economics, public economics and experimental economics. A common thread is in understanding the impact of public policy on people’s behaviour, preference, choice, and welfare.
She has published research articles in peer-reviewed economic journals and worked on a range of research projects aimed at providing insights on the relationship between social policies and labour market outcomes.
Research Fellow, Tax and Transfer Policy Institute, Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University
Texas A&M University, Doctor of Philosophy
Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Revisiting Sugar Taxes and Sugary Drink Consumption: Evidence from the Random-Coefficient Demand Model
TTPI-Working Paper, Social norms or enforcement? A natural field experiment to improve traffic and parking fine compliance
Institute of Labor Economics (IZA)-Working Paper, Gender Norms and Domestic Abuse: Evidence From Australia
Empirical Economics, The impact of the H-1B cap exemption on PhD labor markets
Economic Record, Financial constraints and small and medium enterprises: A review
PloS One, Conveniently dependent or naively overconfident? An experimental study on the reaction to external help
Economics Letters, Unintended effects of the Alabama HB 56 immigration law on crime: A preliminary analysis