I am an assistant professor in the Operations group at Yale School of Management. I am broadly interested in the economic decisions and welfare impacts in marketplaces, such as ride-hailing and the broader gig economy markets. Taking a combined view of operations and economics, I am particularly interested in the industry-level dynamics of marketplaces, such as competition and growth.
Prior to Yale, I was a Postdoctoral fellow at Lyft’s Rideshare Labs. I obtained my Ph.D. from Cornell University, where I was very fortunate to work with Garrett van Ryzin and Li Chen. Before that, I obtained my bachelor’s degree at Peking University in Beijing, China.
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