Jiusi "Josie" Xiao

Ph.D. student , Computational Justice Lab at Claremont Graduate University

About Me

I am a second year Ph.D. student in Economics in the Computational Justice Lab at Claremont Graduate University. My research interests reside within applied microeconomics, including norms and governance issues in illicit markets, sex work, school violence, public health, and education.

CV

mailto:jiusi.xiao@cgu.edu

Manuscripts

  • Bullying Victims in Rural Primary Schools: Prevalence, Correlates, and Consequences

with Jingjing Tang; Huan Wang; Sarah-Eve Dill; Matthew Boswell; Scott Rozelle, Under Review


  • Governance and Norms in Online Prostitution Market

with Greg DeAngelo, Working Paper

Teaching

Fall 2019 Teaching Assistant for Econ316- Consumer Theory and General Equilibrium

Education

2023 Expected Graduation

2015 M.A., Economics, University of Southern California

2013 B.A., Economics, Summa Cum Laude, University of Southern California