Professional and Biographical Information


Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2024
M.A., National School of Development, Peking University, 2018
B.A., Renmin University of China, 2015

Research Interests

Professor Wang's research interests include international trade, macroeconomics, and firm dynamics. Her current projects explore the effect of trade liberalization with frictions in labor and capital markets. In her research, she combines reduced form methods and structural models to investigate the impact of government policies in both international and domestic markets on the decision-making processes of firms and workers, as well as the macroeconomic consequences of these policies.

Teaching Interests

Professor Wang aims to inspire students to develop a genuine passion for learning, to think like an economist, and to apply their knowledge to real-world challenges. In the classroom, she prioritizes creating an inclusive environment that appreciates diverse perspectives and encourages critical thinking. When explaining complex Economics concepts, she emphasizes intuitive understanding and make connections to real-life examples.

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