I am a Lazear Liang Postdoctoral Scholar at the Stanford Graduate School of Business for the 2022-2023 academic year.
In July 2023, I will join the Strategy and Business Economics Division at the University of British Columbia's Sauder School of Business as an Assistant Professor.
I received my Ph.D. in Business Economics from Harvard University in May 2022.
CV: Link (Updated 2022/05/30)
(Don't) Take Me Home: Home Preference and the Effect of Self-Driving Trucks on Interstate Trade [Paper] (Updated May 23, 2023)
Awards: Urban Economics Association 2021 Student Prize (Honourable Mention)
Work in Progress
Costs in the Freight Railroad Industry (with Pedro Degiovanni)
Roadside Infrastructure, Parking, and Electric Trucks (with Frank Pinter)
Teaching and Resources
Undergraduate Sophomore Tutorial: Deconstructing + Reconstructing Markets (Co-Instructor, Harvard University, Spring 2020)
Ph.D. Industrial Organization II (Teaching Fellow, Harvard University, Spring 2019)
Moment Inequalities Cookbook: Practical guide to moment inequalities and inference, based on "Alternative Models for Moment Inequalities" (Pakes 2010) and "A Practical Two-Step Method for Testing Moment Inequalities" (Romano-Shaikh-Wolf 2014).
Single-Agent Dynamic Discrete Choice: Discussion of construction, identification, and estimation of single-agent DDC models, using both Rust Nested Fixed Point and Hotz-Miller CCP methods.
Dynamic Games: Discussion of dynamic games estimation using Pakes-Ostrovsky-Berry Inversion and Bajari-Benkard-Levin Simulation methods, and Markov-Perfect industry dynamics a la Ericson-Pakes.