Zhutong (Jared) Gu, Ph.D. Candidate

Department of Economics, Rutgers University

Welcome to my website! I am a Ph.D. candidate in Economics at Rutgers University. My primary research fields are econometrics, empirical industrial organization, applied microeconomics. My current research includes nonparametric methods in estimating production functions, discrete choice models with endogeneity, oligopolistic competition and applications in manufacturing, airline, credit rating industries, etc. Before joining the graduate program at Rutgers, I obtained a bachelor degree in business from Shanghai Jiao Tong University. I was also an exchange student to Princeton University during 2013-2014. 

Education:      Ph.D. Economics, Rutgers University, 2017 (anticipated)

                       M.A. Economics, Rutgers University, 2014

                       B.A. Business/Marketing, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, 2011

Job Market Paper: Additive Separability and Excess Unobserved Heterogeneity: Testing Hicksian-neutral Productivity Shocks in U.S. Manufacturing Industry More.