Chenying Yang 杨晨颖

Chenying Yang 杨晨颖

Assistant Professor of Economics

Singapore Management University

Welcome to my webpage! I am an Assistant Professor at Singapore Management University, School of Economics. My research interests include international trade, industrial organization, and spatial economics. Before joining SMU, I received a Ph.D. in Strategy and Business Economics from University of British Columbia under the supervision of Keith Head and John Ries.




Key Indicators for Asia and the Pacific 2015

Asian Development Bank, contributing analyst

Licensing versus Internalization of Branded Beer

Location Choices of Multi-plant Oligopolists: Theory and Evidence from the Cement Industry

Rules of Origin and Automobile Parts Trade

Key Indicators for Asia and the Pacific 2016

Asian Development Bank, contributing analyst

Global Sourcing and Production of Battery Electric Vehicles

joint with Keith Head and Thierry Mayer

Global Value Chains in an Era of Slowbalization

joint with a team led by Mahinthan Mariasingham in ADB

Optimal Rules of Origin and Multilateral Negotiation

joint with Yuan Mei


Singapore Management University
January 2022 – Present
COR2100 Economics and Society
University of British Columbia
January 2020 – April 2020
COMM306 Urban Land Economics