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Through teaching, I hope students can grasp the economic intuition and causality behind economic concepts and theories and [learn to] critically examine real-world events.”

Bio

I joined Johnson & Wales University in 2015 after I got my PhD in economics from the University at Albany, State University of New York (SUNY).

I am interested in macroeconomics, financial economics, and applied econometrics. Much of my current research focuses on bond pricing and volatility modeling in macro-finance context and monetary policy.

I enjoy teaching, through which, I hope students can grasp the economic intuition and causality behind economic concepts and theories and critically examine real world events.

To achieve this, I choose examples and events close to students’ daily lives. I hope to inspire students to formalize their common senses with economic models and analytical tools, and encourage them to interpret economic meanings out of graphs, numbers and examples.

Before joining Johnson & Wales University, I held the positions of lecturer at the University of Albany and clinical assistant professor at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI). I hold an MA in economics (world economy) and BE in international trade (economics).

Professional Memberships

  • American Economic Association, 2012-present
  • Econometric Society, 2012-present
  • Eastern Economic Association, 2016-present