I have spent the best 2 years of my life as a PhD student at the University of California, Berkeley. I enjoy doing research in marketing strategy, microeconomic theory, and industrial organization.
WORKING PAPER(S)
○ A Dynamic Model of Optimal Retargeting
with J. Miguel Villas-Boas.
RESEARCH INTERESTS
○ Incentives, Information, and Contracts
○ Continuous-time Dynamics
EDUCATION
○ Ph.D. Business Administration, University of California, Berkeley, 2022 (expected)
Exchange student in Economics, Stanford University, 2019
○ B.S. Mathematics, B.S. Statistics, University of Michigan, 2017
○ Major in Mathematics, Peking University, 2012 - 2015
SELECTED GRADUATE COURSES (*: audit)
Marketing Strategy (J. Miguel Villas-Boas)
Judgment and Decision Making (Ellen Evers)
Microeconomic Theory I (David Ahn)
Microeconomic Theory II (Haluk Ergin)
Macroeconomic Theory I (Andrés Rodríguez-Clare, Pierre-Olivier Gourinchas)
Decision Theory and Epistemic Game Theory (David Ahn)
Game Theory and Economic Applications (Gabriel Carroll)
Game Theory (Yuichiro Kamada)
Mechanism Design (Philipp Strack)
Contracts, Information, and Incentives* (Ilya Segal)
Theory and Practice of Auction Market Design* (Paul Milgrom, Michael Ostrovsky)
Continuous-time Methods in Economics* (Yuliy Sannikov)
Continuous-time Asset Pricing Theory (Richard Stanton)
Corporate Finance Theory (Brett Green, Dmitry Livdan)
Industrial Organization (theory) (Joseph Farrell)
Industrial Organization (empirical) (Kei Kawai)
Psychology and Economics (theory)* (Dmitry Taubinsky)
Econometrics, Statistics, OR, and CS
Econometrics I (Michael Jansson, Bryan Graham)
Econometrics II (Demian Pouzo, James Powell)
Discrete Choice Model (Przemyslaw Jeziorski)
Choice Theory and Modeling (Fred Feinberg)
Structural Models* (Puneet Manchanda)
Bayesian Modeling* (Anocha Aribarg)
Machine Learning (Jacob Abernethy)
Statistical Inference (Ya'acov Ritov)
Linear Model (Ya'acov Ritov)
MCMC Methods (Yves Atchade)
Linear Programming (Jon Lee)
Extensive and rigorous mathematical training in analysis, algebra, geometry, topology, combinatorics, number theory, differential equations, and probability.