I am a PhD Candidate at the Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management at Cornell University. I am interested in estimating effects of internet expansion in developing, rural communities. Currently, I am analyzing data from a field experiment I led in India last year to understand how farmers learn from each other, online versus in-person.
Before coming to Cornell, I earned a Bachelors in Economics with a double minor in Psychology and Sociology at the University of Hong Kong. In my spare time, I like to compose music on my guitar and take pictures of nature.
I'm currently an Editor-in-Chief for Economics That Really Matters, which is a blog pioneered by Cornell to encourage early researchers to share development economics research at the current frontier.