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Lei Tang 

Email: lei.tang@mail.utoronto.ca

Web: http://individual.utoronto.ca/leilei_tang

Citizenship                  Chinese, Permanent Resident of Canada 


Languages                   English, Chinese 

Research                      Interests Education economics 
                                     Field experiments 
                                     Applied econometrics 

Teaching Interests        Microeconomics 

                                     Education economics 

                                     Econometrics 


Education 
       2008-current          PhD, Economics, University of Toronto (expected 2016) 
                                      (Including one year maternity leave in 2011) 

                                      Dissertation: Improving Student Academic Performance 
                                      Committee: Aloysius Siow (supervisor), Robert McMillan, Elizabeth Dhuey 

       2007-2008              MA-doctoral, Economics, University of Toronto 

       2003-2007              BA, Economics, McMaster University 


Awards 

       CLSRN awards, 2013-2014, $6,875 
       SSHRC CGS - Doctoral Joseph-Armand Bombardier Scholarship, 2009-2012, $105,000 
       OGS, 2008-2009, $15,000 
       Graduate Admission Award, 2008-2009 
       SSHRC CGS – Master’s, 2007-2008, $13,833 
       University of Toronto Fellowship, 2007-2008 
       The Hurd Medal and R.C. Mcivor Medal, 2007 
       The Dr. Harry Lyman Hooker Scholarships, 2006 
       The University (Senate) Scholarship, 2005 
       Deans’ Honour List, 2004-2006

Publications and Research Papers

       Who Benefits from Frequent Marking of Class Participation? (job market paper) 
       Does Grade Incentives for Class Participation Improve Academic performance in Large Classroom? (in progress) 
       Heterogeneity in Belief Updating among Middle School, High School and University Students 
       Scarth, W. and Tang, L. (2008). “An Evaluation of the Proposed Working Income Tax Benefit.” Canadian Public Policy, 34(1), pp.25-36. 


Professional and Teaching Experience 

       2010-2015:         Principal Investigator 
                                   Field Experiment in 2nd-year University classes in Canada 
                                   Lab Experiment in secondary schools, high schools and universities in China 

       2008-2015          Teaching Assistant, University of Toronto 
                                   Microeconomic Theory for second year undergraduates (conducted tutorials) 
                                   Applied Econometrics for third year undergraduates (conducted tutorials) 
                                   Quantitative Methods for second year undergraduates 
                                   Introductory Economics for first year undergraduates 

       2006-2007           Research Assistant, McMaster University

                                   Assisted in testing efficiency-wage theory in Experimental Economics Lab 
                                   Evaluated the Working Income Tax Credit program
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