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PhD Alumni

Ling Zhong

Ling is a PhD candidate in Economics at Yale University who specializes in labor economics, economics of education, and public economics. Her research focuses on household decisions in China and graduate education in the US. Her job market paper investigates how rural-to-urban migration opportunities in China affect the behavior and welfare of three-generational rural households, and how policies targeting migrant households change their welfare. Her work with Joseph Altonji examines the labor market returns to graduate education in the United States. Ling works with Joseph Altonji (Yale), Emily Oster (Brown) and Cormac O’Dea (Yale).
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