Ph.D. candidate in Economics at Georgia Institute of Technology
My work focuses on the impact of trade liberalization on the U.S. labor market, crime rates, and female welfare.
My research interests are International Trade, and Labor Economics.
My teaching interests are Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Probability and Statistics, Math for Economics, Econometrics.
A promising Scholar aiming for excellence
I am a job market candidate in the School of Economics at Georgia Institute of Technology. My research interests include international trade-related topics such as the socioeconomic impacts of trade liberalization and the duration of trade. I am also interested in interdisciplinary research that combines big data and economic analysis.
During my time at Tech, I served 8 semesters as a Teaching Assistant for 10 courses; co-taught undergraduate-level Principal of Microeconomics, and served as the instructor of record for Mathematics for Economic Modeling for both undergrad/graduate students. I have completed Tech to Teaching certificate and look forward to being a faculty member after finishing PhD degree.
I received Bachelor’s degree in Economics at Heilongjiang University in China, and M.S. in Agricultural and Applied Economics at the University of Georgia, where I was awarded Claudia Depalma Davis Outstanding M.S. Student upon graduation.