PhD Program: PhD in Economics
Years in Program: 5
Expected Graduation: 2017
I am currently a Ph.D candidate in economics at the University of Kentucky. I am on the job market and will be available for interviews at the 2017 ASSA/AEA meeting in Chicago.
My research is primarily in the area of international trade and economic geography. My dissertation studies the heterogeneous effects of trade liberalization on coastal and inland regions. I am also interested in the political economy in China.
I have taught Economics and Business Statistics at the University of Kentucky. I also taught the Economy of China at the University of Cincinnati.