Welcome! I am an Assistant Professor of Economics at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen. I received my PhD from UC Berkeley.
My research interests include development economics in the context of technology adoption, firm supplier-client matching network, and agricultural input choice. The first strand of my research explores the role of learning (individual vs. social) to understand the causes of misallocation and inequality. The second strand of my research broadly evaluates the short- and long run effects of public policy on inequality and regional development.