Meiping (Aggie) Sun

Meiping (Aggie) SunMeiping (Aggie) Sun is a Ph.D. candidate in Economics at Columbia University in the City of New York, where she currently has a master’s degree in Economics. She is an applied microeconomist with interests in public, urban, and health economics. Meiping’s research spans a broad range of topics, including what happened and what is likely to happen next in China’s housing market, deleterious effect of rural household registration status (hukou) on health among rural-to-urban migrants in China, and the impact of local liquor sales restriction on birth outcomes and multiple types of crime in Texas.

Papers Published in World Economics:

     Dissecting China’s Property Market Data