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PERSONAL INFORMATION

 
Title

Assistant Professor

Name

Tseng, Fu_Min

Phone
886-5-2720411 ext. 34128
Email
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Courses
Statistics(1)(2), Microeconometrics(I)
 

 
EDUCATION BACKGROUND
 

Institution

Country

Major

Degree

Period

 
 

University of Nottingham

U.K

Economics

Ph.D

2007~2011

 

 
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
 

Organization

Department

Title

Time

 
 

Imperial College London

Surgery & Cancer

Research Associate

03/2015-01/2017

 
 

Queen Margaret University Edinburgh

Institute for Global Health and Development

Research Fellow

03/2013-02/2015

 
 

University of Dundee

Economic Studies

Research Fellow

07/2011-02/2013

 
 
FIELDS OF SPECIALIZATION
 

Applied Microeconomics, Applied Econometrics, Health Economics

 

 
INTELLECTUAL CONTRIBUTIONS
 

A. Publications

Tseng, F.M., Petrie, D., Wang, S., Macduff, C. and Stephen, A.I. (2017). The impact of spousal bereavement on hospitalisation: evidence from the Scottish Longitudinal Study. Health Economics (accepted)

Tseng, F.M., Petrie, D. and Leon-Gonzalez, R. (2017). The impact of spousal bereavement on subjective wellbeing: evidence from the Taiwanese elderly population. Economics and Human Biology 26:1-12

Huf, S., King, D., Honeywell, S., Tseng, F.M., Andresen, I., Vlaev, I. and Darzi, A. (2016). Message framing in invitation letters for cervical screening: a randomised controlled trail. Lancet 388: S57.

Edoka, I., Ensor, T., McPake, B., Amara, R., Tseng, F.M. and Edem-Hotah, J. (2016). Free health care for under-five, expectant and recent mothers? Evaluating the impact of Sierra Leone’s free health care initiative. Health Economics Review 6:19.

Stephen, A.I., Macduff, C., Petrie, D., Tseng, F.M., Skar, S., Schut, H., Corden, A., Birrell, J., Wimpenny, P., Wilson, S., Newsom, C., and Wang, S. (2015) The economic cost of bereavement in Scotland. Death Studies 39: 151-7.

McPake, B., Russo, G., and Tseng, F.M. (2014). How do dual practitioners divide their time? The cases of three African capital cities. Social Science & Medicine 122: 113-21.

Tseng, F.M. and Petrie, D.J. (2014). The implications for health, depression, and life satisfaction from a permanent increase in income for the disadvantaged elderly: Evidence from Taiwan. Review of Social Economy 72: 311-36.

Leon-Gonzalez, R. and Tseng, F.M. (2011). Socio-economic determinants of mortality in Taiwan: Combining individual and aggregate data.Health Policy 99: 23-36.

 

 


 
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