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Tin-Chun Lin

Associate Professor

Dunes Medical/Professional Building, Room 1127

Research

  • Lin, Tin-Chun, “Modeling a Married Couple’s Reciprocal Relationship” Theoretical Economics Letters (index by EconLit), Accepted and Forthcoming.

  • Lin, Tin-Chun, “A Differencing-Data Study of Student Absenteeism and Performance Progress”Empirical Economics Letters (index by EconLit), Accepted and Forthcoming.

  • Lin, Tin-Chun, “Application of a Static Game of Complete Information: Economic Behaviors of Husbands and Wives” International Journal of Economics (index by EconLit), Accepted and Forthcoming.

  • Lin, Tin-Chun and Dunphy, Steven, “Using the Crossword Puzzle Exercise in Introductory Microeconomics to Accelerate Business Student Learning” Journal of Education for Business, 88(2), 2013, pp. 88–93.

  • Lin, Tin-Chun; Yu, Wei-Choun; and Chen, Yi-Chi, “Determinants and Probability Prediction of College Student Retention: New Evidence from the Probit Model” International Journal of Education Economics and Development (indexed by EconLit), 3(3), 2012, pp. 217–236.

  • Lin, Tin-Chun, “The Cumulative Absenteeism Effect and Exam Performance” Empirical Economics Letters (indexed by EconLit), 11(4), April 2012.

  • Lin, Tin-Chun, “A Panel-Data Study of the Economic Effect of Skipped Classes on Exam Performance” Empirical Economics Letters (indexed by EconLit), 11(1), January 2012, pp. 79–86.

  • Lin, Tin-Chun,” Effects of Current and Prior Skipped Classes on Current Exam Performance” Journal for Economic Educators, 11(2), Fall 2011, pp. 12–24.

  • Lin, Tin-Chun, “Economic Effects of Grades on Course Evaluations” Applied Economics Letters (indexed by EconLit), 18 (12), July – August, 2011, pp. 1195–1199.

  • Lin, Tin-Chun, “Does a Student’s Preference for a Teacher’s Instructional Style Matter? An Analysis of an Economic Approach”Economics Bulletin (indexed by EconLit), 30(2) May 11, 2010, pp. 1320–1332.

  • Lin, Tin-Chun, “Teacher Salaries and Student Achievement: The Case of Pennsylvania” Applied Economics Letters (indexed by EconLit), 17(6), April, 2010, pp. 547–550.

  • Lin, Tin-Chun, “Teacher Quality and Student Performance: The Case of Pennsylvania” Applied Economics Letters (indexed by EconLit), 17(2), February, 2010, pp. 191–195.

  • Lin, Tin-Chun, “Implications of Grade Inflation: Knowledge Illusion and Economic Inefficiency in the Knowledge Market”Economics Bulletin (indexed by EconLit), 29(3) September 15, 2009, pp. 2321–2331.

  • Lin, Tin-Chun, “Teacher Quality and Teacher Salaries: The Case of Pennsylvania”Economics Bulletin (indexed by EconLit), 29(3), August 28, 2009, pp. 2141–2149.

  • Lin, Tin-Chun, “Endogenous Effects of Midterm Grades and Evaluations: A Simultaneous Framework” Economics Bulletin (indexed by EconLit), 29(3), July 22, 2009, pp. 1739–1750.

  • Lin, Tin-Chun, “Application of a Static Game of Complete Information: Economic Behaviors of Professors and Students” Economics Bulletin (indexed by EconLit), 29(3), July 16, 2009, pp. 1683–1691.

  • Lin, Tin-Chun, “The Optimal Weighting Algorithm of Education Index in An Empirical Economic Growth Model” Empirical Economics Letters (indexed by EconLit), 8 (2), February 2009, pp. 107–117.

  • Lin, Tin-Chun, “Does Teacher’s Education Level Have a Greater Impact than Years of Teaching Experience on Student Performance?” Empirical Economics Letters (indexed by EconLit), 7 (7), July 2008, 665–671.

  • Lin, Tin-Chun, “Local Taxes and Parental Choice of Education: The Case of Pennsylvania” Economics Bulletin (indexed by EconLit), 9 (24), July 2008, pp. 1–10.

  • Lin, Tin-Chun, “Economic Behavior of Restaurant Tipping” Economics Bulletin (indexed by EconLit), 4(2), January 2007, pp. 1–10.

  • Lin, Tin-Chun and Quayes, Shakil, “The Impact of Local Taxes on Public School Performance: The Case of Pennsylvania.” Applied Economics Letters (indexed by EconLit), 13(7), June 2006, pp. 423–426.

  • Lin, Tin-Chun, “Determinants of Parental Choice of Education: The Case of Pennsylvania.” Journal of Economics (indexed by EconLit), 31(2), December 2005, pp.45–59.

  • Mitra, Amlan; Stoler, Dorothy; and Lin, Tin-Chun, “Deregulation of the Electric Utility Industry: An Empirical Study.” Public Finance and Management (indexed by EconLit), 5(3), September 2005, pp. 439–453.

  • Lin, Tin-Chun, “The Role of Higher Education in Economic Development: An Empirical Study of Taiwan Case.” Journal of Asian Economics (indexed by EconLit), 15(2), April 2004, pp.355–371.

  • Lin, Tin-Chun, “The Parental Choice of Education: Income Inequality and Endogenous Growth.” Journal of Economics (indexed by EconLit), 29(2), December 2003, pp.37–66.

  • Lin, Tin-Chun, “Education, Technical Progress, and Economic Growth: The Case of Taiwan.” Economics of Education Review (indexed by EconLit), 22 (2), March 2003, pp. 213–220.