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Yue Ma, PhD

  • Social Science Research Scholar, Stanford Center on China's Economy and Institutions

Encina Hall East, 5th Floor,
Stanford, CA 94305-6055

Biography

Yue Ma has been researching the economics in education and human capital in rural China for over nine years. He has extensive experience doing field work management. While earning his Master's and PhD degrees in Northwest University and Shaanxi Normal University, his research has focused on rural education and health care in China, including projects testing the impacts of providing free eyeglasses to students with myopia, how to provide vision care to kids in rural China, teacher performance pay, and baby nutrition and parenting projects. His current projects include managing the online computer-assisted learning, text messaging in early childhood development and long-distance learning programs among rural school students.

publications

Journal Articles
September 2022

Effect of Eyeglasses on Student Academic Performance: What Matters? Evidence from a Randomized Controlled Trial in China

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Effect of Eyeglasses on Student Academic Performance: What Matters? Evidence from a Randomized Controlled Trial in China
Journal Articles
May 2022

Academic Performance and the Link with Depressive Symptoms among Rural Han and Minority Chinese Adolescents

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Academic Performance and the Link with Depressive Symptoms among Rural Han and Minority Chinese Adolescents
Journal Articles
January 2022

The Impact of Nonboarding on the Development of Disadvantaged Boarding Students in Western Rural China

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The Impact of Nonboarding on the Development of Disadvantaged Boarding Students in Western Rural China
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