系所成員

  • 姓名

    曾富民

  • 職稱

    副教授

  • 學歷

    Ph.D. in Economics,University of Nottingham,U.K

  • E-mail

    ftseng at ccu.edu.tw

  • 分 機

    05-2720411 轉 34128

  • 研究專長

    應用個體經濟學、應用計量經濟學、健康經濟學

現 職 :

服 務 機 關

服務部門/系所

職 稱

起訖年月

國立中正大學

經濟系

副教授

2021/08迄今


經 歷 :

服 務 機 關

服務部門/系所

職 稱

起訖年月

國立中正大學

經濟系

助理教授

2017/02~2021/07

Imperial College London

Centre for Health Economics

Research Associate

2015~2017

Queen Margaret University Edinburgh

Institute for Global Health and Development

Research Fellow

2013~2015

University of Dundee

Economic Studies

Research Fellow

2011~2013


學 歷 :

畢/肄業學校

國別

主修學門系所

學位

起訖年月

University of Nottingham

U.K

Economics

Ph.D.

2007~2011

應用個體經濟學、應用計量經濟學、健康經濟學

1. Huf, S., Kerrison, R., King, D., Chadborn, T., Richmond, A., Cunningham, D., Friedman, E., Shukla, H., Tseng, F.M., Judah, G., Darzi, A. and Vlaev, I. (2020). Behavioural economics informed message content in text message reminders to improve cervical screening participation: Two pragmatic randomized controlled trials. Preventive Medicine 139: 106170.

2. Tseng, F.M. (2020). Changes in human well-being in the final phase of conflict: Evidence from northern Uganda. Journal of International Development 32: 1126-47.

3. Tseng, F.M., McPake, B. and Edoka, I. (2020). The impact of leaving camps on wellbeing of internally displaced persons in northern UgandaSouth African Journal of Economics 88: 21-39.

4. Tseng, F.M., Petrie, D., Wang, S., Macduff, C. and Stephen, A.I. (2018). The impact of spousal bereavement on hospitalisation: evidence from the Scottish Longitudinal Study. Health Economics 27: e120-38.

5. Huf, S., King, D., Kerrison, R., Chadborn, T., Richmond, A., Cunningham, D., Friedman, E., Shukla, H., Tseng, F.M., Judah, G., Vlaev, I. and Darzi, A. (2017). Behavioural text message reminders to improve participation in cervical screening: a randomised controlled trial. Lancet 390: S46.

6. 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.

7. 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.

8. 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.

9. 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.

10. 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.

11. 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 TaiwanReview of Social Economy 72: 311-36.

12. 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.