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Jun Zhao

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Department of Economics

Assistant Professor

Email: zhaoj11@yorku.ca


Jun is a tenure-track Assistant Professor of Economics in the Department of Economics at York University. Her recent research covers topics including the effects of campaign financing on electoral outcomes in the U.S., nonparametric identification and inference of general Bayesian games, empirical questions in auctions like the efficacy of a bidder training program and how to test for collusion in procurement auctions, and newly developed causal inference methods such as doubly robust difference-in-differences estimators. Her work has been published in well-recognized journals like the Journal of Econometrics.

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Degrees

Ph.D. Economics, Vanderbilt University
MA and BA Economics, Renmin University of China
BS Mathematics, Renmin University of China

Research Interests

, Micro-econometrics, Empirical industrial organization, Causal inference, Political economy

Current Courses

Term Course Number Section Title Type
Fall 2022 AP/ECON2300 3.0 F Intermediate Microeconomic Theory I LECT
Fall 2022 AP/ECON2300 3.0 D Intermediate Microeconomic Theory I LECT
Fall 2022 GS/ECON5430 3.0 A Industrial Organization LECT



Jun is a tenure-track Assistant Professor of Economics in the Department of Economics at York University. Her recent research covers topics including the effects of campaign financing on electoral outcomes in the U.S., nonparametric identification and inference of general Bayesian games, empirical questions in auctions like the efficacy of a bidder training program and how to test for collusion in procurement auctions, and newly developed causal inference methods such as doubly robust difference-in-differences estimators. Her work has been published in well-recognized journals like the Journal of Econometrics.

Degrees

Ph.D. Economics, Vanderbilt University
MA and BA Economics, Renmin University of China
BS Mathematics, Renmin University of China

Research Interests

, Micro-econometrics, Empirical industrial organization, Causal inference, Political economy


Current Courses

Term Course Number Section Title Type
Fall 2022 AP/ECON2300 3.0 F Intermediate Microeconomic Theory I LECT
Fall 2022 AP/ECON2300 3.0 D Intermediate Microeconomic Theory I LECT
Fall 2022 GS/ECON5430 3.0 A Industrial Organization LECT