I am an economist trained in empirical industrial organization. I study how data and AI technologies generate useful information in imperfect markets, and the mechanisms through which they create and distribute economic value.
I focus on applications in insurance and digital platforms, combining economic theory, causal inference, and modern computation methods to extract insights from large datasets.
My name is pronounced as "ee-joe jin."
Gilbert Center Fellow, UC Berkeley Econ/Haas
Ph.D. Business Economics, Harvard 2019
M.A. Economics, Harvard 2016
B.A. Maths and Economics, UC Berkeley 2011