Faculty of Social Sciences (FSS)
University of Macau
Avenida da Universidade, Taipa, Macao
Humanities & Social Sciences Building (E21B), 4008
Weiwen YIN 尹偉文
Ph.D. in Political Science, Texas A&M University M.A. in Political Science with Certificate in Political Economy, Central European University Master of Public Policy, International Program (MPP/IP), University of Tokyo Bachelor of Law in International Politics, Peking University
International and comparative political economy Historical international relations Historical political economy Quantitative methods
Mitchell, Austin and Weiwen Yin. “Political Centralization, Career Incentives, and Local Economic Growth in Edo Japan.” Online in Explorations in Economic History.
Yin, Weiwen, Weidong Huo, and Danyang Lin. “The Effects of State Coercion on Voting Outcome in Protest Movements: A Causal Forest Approach.“ Online in Political Science Research and Methods.
Betz, Timm, Amy Pond, and Weiwen Yin. “Investment Agreement Portfolios and the Fragmentation of Firms across Countries.” Review of International Organizations 16.4 (2021): 755–791.
Yin, Weiwen. “Domestic Arbitral Institutions and Foreign Direct Investment.” International Relations of the Asia-Pacific 21.3 (2021): 401-429.
Yin, Weiwen. “Climate Shocks, Political Institutions, and Nomadic Invasions in Early Modern East Asia.” Journal of Conflict Resolution 64.6 (2020): 1043-1069.