Mr Yung-Lin Wang
Yung-Lin Wang is a Ph.D. candidate in Economics. His research fields are Labour Economics and Macroeconomics. His research interests includes human capital, non-cognitive skills, taxation, OLG, and economic growth.
He is a teaching assistant on the MSc Finance – Financial Modelling and Business Forecasting (practicals) and International Finance (seminars). He is also a Instructor for Durham University International Study Centre and a Math and Statistic Lab tutor for Academic Skills Programme. Additionally, he provides dissertation consulting support and software support for Business School master students. Moreover, he earns Durham Student Employee of the Year Award and Durham University Learning and Teaching Award in 2018.
Research fields: Labour Economics and Macroeconomics.
Research interests: human capital, non-cognitive skills, taxation, OLG, and economic growth.