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
MEng in Operations Research and Information Engineering, 2019
BA in (Hons) Economics and Mathematics, 2018