HKU Business School. I received my BA from Harvard University in 2012 and my PhD from MIT in 2022. My research covers topics including labor service outsourcing, theory of the firm, money and barter, public housing, and rent control.
Here is my CV. You can reach me at email@example.com or DM me on Twitter. If you’re a research-track student at HKU interested in economics, I’m occasionally looking for RAs. Feel free to email me!
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Presentation Video (September 2022)
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Revise and resubmit, AEJ: Micro
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Current: Instructor for HKU’s PMGM7004 (Global Management from Economics Perspectives) and PMGM7019 (Economics of Strategy and Organization).
Previous: TA for MIT’s Intro Micro (undergrad, 2022), Intermediate Micro (undergrad, 2018-20), Applied Econ for Managers (EMBA, 2019), Org Econ (PhD, 2018), and Industrial Organization II (PhD, 2022).
Things I learned in Grad School (the Hard Way)
What Caused Hong Kong’s Housing Crisis? (Hong Kong Economic Policy Green Paper, 2022-9-23, Twitter thread)
香港房屋危機之謎 (香港經濟政策綠皮書, 2022-9-23)
In Hong Kong’s Olympic glory, a glimpse of a hopeful new future (SCMP, 2021-8-4)
Liberal or conservative, Hongkongers must learn to listen to those they disagree with (SCMP, 2019-9-7, with Spike Lee and Josephine Au)
預算案500億推創科 怎用得其所 (香港經濟日報, 2018-3-18)
社會面對新挑戰 須3方面調整 (香港經濟日報, 2017-9-13)