Yabin Da

Yabin Da

Assistant Professor

Renmin University of China


I am an assistant professor at the School of Agricultural Economics and Rural Development, Renmin University of China. I obtained my Ph.D. degree in Agricultural Economics from Texas A&M University in May 2022, under the supervision of Dr. Bruce McCarl.

My research mainly focuses on environmental economics (with a particular interest in climate change) and applied econometrics. Projects I am currently working on include: 1) estimating the potential and effectiveness of adaptation actions to climate change; 2) quantifying the effects of climate change-induced extreme incidences on our society; 3) identifying overlooked consequences of environmental regulations to non-targeted sectors (such “welfare” impacts, in certain cases, could be substantial).

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  • Environmental Economics
  • Climate Change
  • Applied Econometrics
  • Casual Inference
  • PhD in Agricultural Economics, 2017 - 2022

    Texas A&M University

  • MA in Public Management, 2012 - 2015

    Beijing Institute of Technology

  • BA in Information Management and Information System, 2008 - 2012

    North China University of Science and Technology


(2023). Heterogeneities in the impacts of climate change on residential electricity consumption: Evidence from China. Climatic Change 176: 110.


(2022). The impact of different incentive policies on New Energy Vehicle demand in China’s gigantic cities. Energy Policy 168: 113137.


(2022). Sustainable environmental remediation via biomimetic multifunctional lignocellulosic nano-framework. Nature Communications 13: 4368.


(2022). Effects of surface ozone and climate on historical (1980-2015) crop yields in the United States: Implication for mid-21st century projection. Environmental and Resource Economics 81: 355–378.


(2022). Measuring sustainability: Development and application of the inclusive wealth index in China. Ecological Economics 195: 107357.


Working Papers

(2023). Climate change and winter wheat yields: The roles of freezing days and long-run adaptations. Under review.

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