Qianping Ren
Qianping Ren
Department of Economics, University of California, Santa Cruz
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Losing children and mental well-being: Evidence from China
Q Ren, M Ye
Applied Economics Letters 24 (12), 868-877, 2017
Donations make people happier: Evidence from the Wenchuan earthquake
Q Ren, M Ye
Social Indicators Research 132 (1), 517-536, 2017
Automated ICD Coding Based on Word Embedding with Entry Embedding and Attention Mechanism
H Zhang, Z Fu, Q Ren, H Xu, D Zhao, R Yan
Beijing Da Xue Xue Bao 56 (1), 1-8, 2020
Early-life Exposure to Famine Decreased Subjective Well-being and Mental Health in Adulthood with Heterogeneities
Q Ren, L Wang, M Ye
Cleaner waters and urbanization
Q Ren, J West
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 122, 102874, 2023
Who Benefits from Surface Water Pollution Programs?
Q Ren, J West
Available at SSRN 4305396, 2022
Long-term Effects of Early Adversity on Subjective Well-being and Mental Health: Evidence from the 1959–1961 Great Famine in China
Q Ren, M Ye
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