Ph.D., New York State University
My research interests are in applied econometrics and applied microeconomics with a focus on production economics and a broad range of interactions with industry organization, environmental economics and financial markets and institutions.
I am currently teaching Principles of Economics and Money and Capital Markets. And I am looking forward to teaching Corporate Finance, Portfolio Theory and Quantitative Methods over the next few semesters.
My recent article, which is published in the Journal of Productivity Analysis, finds that information asymmetry affects the productivity of Chinese firms, depending on firms’ technology intensity.