I am an Assistant Professor at the Economics department of Shanghai University of Finance and Economics (SUFE).
I am an applied microeconomist and applied econometrician. My research lies in the interaction between labor economics (inequality), demand estimation, and applied econometrics. I study household consumption, how it's affected by different preferences and bargaining power within-household, as well as how that affects the effectiveness of policies. I have studied how gender differences in tastes and power affect the effect of the largest anti-hunger program SNAP on household food consumption in the U.S. using large-scale scanner data. I have developed collective household models to study the intra-household inequality (resource allocations for men, women, and children) and consumption economies of scale. I have estimated random coefficient logit model of household demand to study the impact of soda tax on sugar-sweetened beverages consumption.
I received my Ph.D. in Economics from Boston College in 2020.
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