About Me
I’m currently a Ph.D. candidate at Northeastern University with a background in industrial organization. I am interested in the empirical studies in Industrial Organization and Applied Econometrics. My current research concentrates on the random coefficient demand estimation on the smartphone market and the recent automobile market. I was selected as a teaching and research assistant during my early Ph.D. candidacy. I also taught many of my own courses lately include Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, and Money and Banking. I currently work as a lecturer in the Department of Economics at Northeastern University. For the Fall 2019 semester, I’m teaching two Principle of Macroeconomic.