I am a PhD candidate in Economics at Columbia University and a 2023–2024 job market candidate. I previously received a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from the University of Hong Kong. My research interests include Applied Microeconomics, Family Economics and Health and Education.

My job market paper examines the United States’ medicolegal death investigation system, which includes both appointed medical examiners and elected coroners, and investigates the effect of coroners’ partisan affiliation on the accuracy of COVID-19 death reporting at the local level.

I strive to use my economics training to make real-world impact, and hope to broaden my perspective by working with people from different backgrounds and with different skill sets.