I am a doctoral candidate in Business Economics and Public Policy in Indiana University, with minor in Network Science and an expected master’s degree in Applied Statistics. My research interest focuses on analyzing the digitized economy. I draw business and policy implications based on Industrial Organization and Social Network Analysis. I also explore new and critical phenomena with Econometrics and causal inference techniques. I received my master’s degree in Management and Economics from London School of Economics, and my bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from National Taiwan University . I play basketball, tennis, and drums.
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The Impact of Consumer Multi-Homing on Ad Prices: Evidence from an Online Marketplace, Job Market Paper, 2018
Distinguishing Bandwidth and Latency in Households' Willingness-to-Pay for Broadband Internet Speed, with Jeffrey Prince and Scott Wallsten, under review, 2017
RESEARCH IN PROGRESS
From Critical Mass to Key Players: A Network Approach to Platform Design, scheduled presentation in the Academy of Management (AOM) Specialized Conference on Big Data and Managing in a Digital Economy, April 2018