Jincheng (Eric) Huang

Jincheng (Eric) Huang

Ph.D. Candidate in Economics

University of Pennsylvania

Welcome!

I am a Ph.D. candidate in economics at University of Pennsylvania. My current research studies how wealth inequality affects labor market sorting and aggregate productivity. I am also studying the connections between financial frictions, household portfolio choice and wealth inequality.

CV.

Interests
  • Macroeconomics
  • Household finance
  • Labor economics
Education
  • PhD in Economics, In Progress

    University of Pennsylvania

  • MS in Economics, 2020

    University of Pennsylvania

  • BA in Economics and Mathematics (with Honor), 2015

    University of Wisconsin - Madison

Research

(2021). Precautionary Mismatch.

Slides

Teaching

University of Pennsylvania

Teaching Assistant

  • Econ 010: Introductory Economics for Business Students (2018 Fall, 2019 Fall)
  • Econ 002: Introductory Economics: Macroeconomics (2019 Spring)

Honors and Awards

Dissertation Fellowship
Xingmei Zhang & Yongge Dai Fellowship
Graduate Research Fellowship