I'm a PhD candidate in the Applied Economics Program at the University of Minnesota. I work at the State Health Access Data Assistance Center (SHADAC) within the School of Public Health.
My research interests fall within the intersection of agricultural and resource economics, labor economics, demographic economics, and economic history. I have been working on research related to farm succession, rural migration, and rural mortality in the US.
I earned my Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Agricultural Economics from National Taiwan University. I was born and raised in Pingtung, a rural county in Southern Taiwan.
Here is a link to my CV.