I graduated from the University of Texas at Austin in 2009 with a Ph.D. in economics. Before joining University of Alberta, I was an assistant professor in Guanghua School of Management of Peking University.
My research focuses on household finance and real estate. I have also carried out some studies on human capital accumulation, labor supply and home production. The main approach is quantitative macro, emphasizing that a dynamic macro model should be able to deliver key statistics found in the data, especially in micro data from sources such as PSID, SCF and CEX.
BUEC 442 – The Global Business Environment (Winter 2016)
Session B1 (83766) – Tu, Th 12:30-13:50 BUS 310
Session B2 (85904) – Tu, Th 14:00-15:20 ESB 235