Sijia Fan

Sijia Fan

PhD student in Applied Economics and Management


Sijia Fan is a PhD student in Applied Economics and Management at Dyson in Cornell University. Her research passion lies in the subdisciplines of applied econometrics and applied microeconomics with a focus on finance and environment economics where she can apply computational and analytical analyses to complex societal and economic challenges to make policy implications. More specifically, she is interested in conducting research related to data-driven financial markets and environmental issues and aim to develop statistical methods that could help shape relevant public policies.

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  • PhD in Applied Economics and Management, Expected 2025

    Cornell University

  • MEng in Operations Research and Information Engineering, 2019

    Cornell University

  • BA in (Hons) Economics and Mathematics, 2018

    Skidmore College


Slient Hoist and Crane Award
The Third Place (out of all M.Eng Capstone Projects). One example user interface for our final deliverables for The Home Depot website
Periclean Scholar Awards
Honors Thesis Award (out of all senior theses)
William E. Weiss Memorial Award in Economics
Out of all Economics major students
Mathematical Contest in Modeling
Outstanding Winner, INFORMS Award & COMAP Scholarship Award ($10,000)
Harvard National High School Invitational Forensics Tournament
International Champion


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Data Analytics
Feb 2020 – Jul 2020 NYC
Research Assistant
Professor Ge Qi
Jan 2020 – Aug 2020 Economics Department, Vassar College
Research Associate
The Stone Street Group
Apr 2019 – Aug 2019 NYC