I am an assistant professor at Harvard Business School where I study social inequality in firms and markets. My research draws on sociological theories to understand disparities involving social class, race, and gender, and status. I have done work in a wide range of empirical settings including financial markets, mergers and acquisitions, sports, entrepreneurship, and Chinese labor markets.
I earned a Ph.D. in sociology from Harvard University and a B.S. in mathematics from Stanford University, where I researched number theory. In my free time, I am a big sports fan and enjoy playing tennis, basketball, and soccer.
I am from Hangzhou, China.