Ph.D. in Economics, University of Pennsylvania, September 1995 - May 2000; M.A. in Economics, University of Virginia, September 1994 - May 1995; B.A. in Economics, Fudan University, September 1989 - July 1993
Class of 1965 Term Professor of Economics
Arts and Sciences
Xiaodong Fan, Hanming Fang, Simen Markussen, Zvi Eckstein, Susumu Imai, Michael Keane, John Kennan and Chris Taber (2017). Parental Employment, Absence and Children’s Educational Gender Gap.
Yiran Chen, Hanming Fang (2017). Inferring the Ideological Affiliations of Political Committees via Financial Contributions Networks, National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper, No. 24130.
Haoyuan Ding, Hanming Fang, Shu Lin, Kang Shi (2017). Equilibrium Consequences of Corruption on Firms: Evidence from China’s Anti-Corruption Campaign, Working Paper.
Fang, Hanming and Gong, Qing (forthcoming). Detecting Potential Overbilling in Medicare Reimbursement via Hours Worked, American Economic Review.
Fang, Hanming, Dmitry Shapiro and Arthur Zillante (2016). An Experimental Study of Alternative Campaign Finance Systems: Transparency, Donations and Policy Choices, Economic Inquiry, 54(1), 485-507.
Fang, H., and Norman, P (2014). Toward an efficiency rationale for the public provision of private goods, Economic Theory, 56(2), 375-408.
Aizawa, Naoki, and Hanming Fang (2013). Equilibrium Labor Market Search and Health Insurance Reform, NBER (Working Paper).
Fang, Hanming, and Shamena Anwar (2012). Testing for the Role of Prejudice in Emergency Departments Using Bounceback Rates, The B.E. Journal of Economic Analyis and Policy, 13(3).
Fang, Hanming, and Alessandro Gavazza (2011). Dynamic Inefficiencies in an Employment-Based Health Insurance System: Theory and Evidence, American Economic Review, 191(7), 3047-30077.
Fang, Hanming, Lauren Nicholas and Dan Silverman (2010). Cognitive Ability and Retiree Health Care Expenditure, Michigan Retirement Research Center (Working Paper).
Fang, Hanming, and Andrea Moro (2010). Theories of Statistical Discrimination and Affirmative Action: A Survey, in Vol IA. Handbook of Social Economics, Chapter 5, 133-200.