I received my BA of Economics from Sun-Yat-Sen University in Guangzhou and my MA of Economics from Peking University in Beijing. I obtained my PhD in 2022 from the Institute for International Economic Studies (IIES) at Stockholm University.

I work at the intersection of political economy, innovation, and welfare policy. I am particularly interested in how political incentives and constraints drive policy creation, and implementation, and how the interplay between government, market and academia shapes economic prosperity. In my research I use machine learning and big data methods to exploit novel data, such as politicians’ CV profiles, policy documents, publication records of scientists, news coverage and social media data to answer these questions.

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