About me


I currently work as a research assistant to Prof. Manasi Deshpande and her collaborators at the Kenneth C. Griffin Department of Economics, University of Chicago and Becker Friedman Institute. My broad research interests are in the field of Public and Labor Economics. In particular, I am interested in household finance, government assistance programs, and the rising literature in intergenerational mobility and well-beings.

In my free time, I am either sipping a shot of espresso while reading a nonfiction book, travelling (aviation), or learning Cantonese.

Work in Progress

“Disability and Distress: The Effect of Disability Programs on Financial Outcomes” (with Manasi Deshpande and Tal Gross)


University of California, Berkeley
       B.A. in Applied Mathematics, Economics, and Statistics
       with Distinction in General Scholarship and Phi Beta Kappa

London School of Economics
       M.Sc. in Econometrics and Mathematical Economics

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