Kohei YataYale University
Kohei Yata is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Economics at Yale University. He works on econometrics, with a particular interest in policy evaluation and learning methods. His current research develops approaches to using data on algorithmic decision-making for causal inference.
Chao YingUniversity of Minnesota
I am a Finance Ph.D. job market candidate (2020-2021) at the University of Minnesota. My research interests include Asset Pricing, Macro-Finance, and Dynamic Corporate Theory. In particular, I study i) the role of information in financial markets, ii) the implications of agency frictions and financial frictions.
Song YuanUniversity of Warwick
I am an Economics Ph.D. student at the University of Warwick. Welcome to my presentation! My research interests lie in the fields of Development Economics, Political Economy, and Applied Microeconomics. I will present our work on "Malaria and Chinese Economic Activities in Africa" at the Econometric Society Winter Meeting 2020
C. Y. Kelvin YuenWashington University in St. Louis
I’m a Ph.D. candidate in Economics at Washington University in St. Louis. My research interests center primarily around the macroeconomics of the labor market. I extensively use microdata and equilibrium search models to study issues related to entrepreneurship, unemployment, skill mismatch, health, and their aggregate impacts.