I am a Ph.D. Candidate at the Department of Political Science, University of Chicago. I study International Political Economy and American foreign policy with the focus on trade bureaucracy and politics of trade remedies.
My dissertation delves into the research question of when and how bureaucrats become more political in trade-policymaking. In Winter 2020, I teach undergraduate Formal Theory II (Game Theory I) as a graduate student lecturer. My detailed CV is available at here.
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