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Hailong Jin



Assistant Professor

Office Building

Harding Hall



Mailing Address

Harding Hall 123
Economics-Box 2220
University Station
Brookings, SD 57007


PhD, Iowa State University
MS, Tsinghua University
BA, Jilin University

Academic Interests

applied econometrics, mathematical economics

Academic Responsibilities

Courses taught: advanced decision making science, advanced macroeconomics, risk management, mathematical economics, introduction to econometrics, intermediate macroeconomics, money and banking, business statistics ii, AAEA quiz bowl workshop, principles of economics

Committee Activities

Mt. Plains Business Association Board

Creative Activities

[18] Etumnu, Chinonso, Tong Wang, Hailong Jin, Heidi Sieverding, Jessica Schad, David Clay, "Understanding Farmers’ Perception of Extreme Weather Events and Adaptive Measures," Climate Risk Management, forthcoming.
[17] Adhikari, Ram, Tong Wang, Hailong Jin, Jessica Schad, Heidi Sieverding, David Clay, 2023, "Farmer perceived challenges towards conservation practice usage in the margins of the Corn Belt, U.S.A." Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems, forthcoming.
[16] Jin, Hailong, 2022, "Economic development under persistent currency intervention," Journal of Economics and Public Finance, 8(4), 1-14.
[15] Jin, Hailong, 2022, "China’s Currency Sterilization and Fiscal Centralization," Journal of Economics and Public Finance, 8(2), 21-25.
[14] Wang, Tong, Hailong Jin, Urs Kreuter, Richard Teague, 2021,“Understanding producers’ perspectives on rotational grazing benefits across U.S. Great Plains,” Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems, 37 24-35.
[13] Wang, Tong, Hailong Jin, Yubing Fan, Oladipo Obembe, Dapeng Li, 2021,“Farmers’ adoption and perceived benefits of diversified crop rotations in the margins of U.S. Corn Belt,” Journal of Environmental Management, 293: 112903.
[12] Wang, Tong, Hailong Jin, Urs Kreuter, William R Teague, 2020, "Expanding grass-based agriculture on marginal land in the U.S. Great Plains: The role of management intensive grazing," Land Use Policy, 104: 105155.
[11] Wang, Tong, Hailong Jin, Urs Kreuter, Hongli Feng, David Hennessy, William R Teague, Yuyuan Che, 2019, “Challenges for Rotational Grazing Practice: Views from Non-adopters across the Great Plains,” Journal of Environmental Management, 256: 109941.
[10] Wang, Tong, Hailong Jin, Bishal Kasu, Jeffrey Jacquet, and Sundeep Kumar, 2019, "Soil conservation practices adoption in Northern Great Plains: Economic vs. stewardship motivations," Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 44, 404-421.
[9] Jin, Hailong, Wisdom Takumah, and Josiah Jorenby, 2018, “Currency Internationalization and the International Price System,” International Advances in Economic Research, 24, 303-309.
[8] Choi, Yoonho, Hailong Jin, E. Kwan Choi, 2018, “Why Are Nontraded Goods Cheaper in Poor Countries?” International Review of Economics & Finance, 58, 210-219.
[7] Jin, Hailong, and Tong Wang, 2017, “Dynamic Currency Intervention and International Monetary Neutrality,” Theoretical Economics Letters, 7, 575-581.
[6] Jin, Hailong, Yoonho Choi, and E. Kwan Choi, 2016, “Unemployment and Optimal Currency Intervention in an Open Economy,” International Review of Economics & Finance, 41, 253-261. International Review of Economics & Finance, 58, 210-219.
[5] Wang, Tong, Seong C. Park, and Hailong Jin, 2015, “Will Farmers Save Water? A Theoretical Analysis of Groundwater Conservation Policies,” Water Resources and Economics, 12, 27-39.
[4] Jin, Hailong, Hang Qian, Tong Wang, and Eun-Kwan Choi, 2014, “Income Distribution in Urban China: An Overlooked Data Inconsistency Issue,” China Economic Review, 30, 383-396.
[3] Jin, Hailong, and Eun-Kwan Choi, 2014, “China’s Profits and Losses from Currency Intervention, 1994-2011,” Pacific Economic Review, 19, 170-183.
[2] Choi, E. Kwan, and Hailong Jin, 2014, “Currency Intervention and Consumer Welfare in an Open Economy,” International Review of Economics & Finance, 29, 47- 56.
[1] Jin, Hailong, and E. Kwan Choi, 2013, “Profits and Losses from Currency Intervention,” International Review of Economics & Finance, 27, 14-20.

Area(s) of Research

economic modeling, time series analysis, survey data analysis

Applications of Research

international monetary system, economic development, farm and ranch management