I am a PhD student (currently writing my thesis) at the Department of Economics, School of Economics and Management, Tsinghua University.
My ongoing research focuses on a wide range of development problems associated with domestic and foreign tariff issues, using enterprise survey data and customs data. My recent work addresses environmental issues, and the impact of commute improvement on worker productivity and retention.
PhD in Economics, 2014-present
BA in Economics, 2010-2014
 How do Exporters Respond to Export Tax Rebate in China (with Xinzheng Shi)
 Trade Liberalization, Migration Networks, and Human Capital Acquisition: Evidence from China (with Shu Cai and Xinzheng Shi)
 How Does Improvement in Commuting Affect Employees? Evidence from a Natural Experiment (with Yao Lu, Xinzheng Shi, and Jagadeesh Sivadasan)
I am a teaching assistant for the following courses at Tsinghua University.
|2019 Spring||Intermediate Microeconomics||Undergraduate||Xingye Wu|
|2018 Fall||Principles of Finance||Undergraduate||Meixin Guo|
|2018 Fall||Topics in Econometrics||Graduate||Yingyao Hu|
|2017 Fall||Public Economics I||Graduate||Binzhen Wu|
|2017 Fall||Topics in Econometrics||Graduate||Yingyao Hu|
|2017 Spring||Advanced Econometrics II||Graduate||Shengjie Hong|
|2017 Spring||Econometrics I||Undergraduate||Shengjie Hong|
|2016 Fall||Econometrics||Undergraduate||Xinzheng Shi|
|2016 Spring||Econometrics I||Undergraduate||Shengjie Hong|
|2015 Fall||Advanced Econometrics I||Graduate||Zhaoguo Zhan|