Assistant Professor of Finance
NUS Business School
National University of Singapore
Last Edit: November, 2020
Last Edit: October, 2020
There is a typo in the abstract of the online version of my Science Advances paper relating COVID-19 mobility restrictions with social connection data. Instead of "Social connections with counties with a less educated population, higher Trump vote share, and higher fraction of climate change deniers are associated with increased effects of mobility restrictions.", it should read "Social connections with counties with a less educated population, higher Trump vote share, and higher fraction of climate change deniers are associated with decreased effects of mobility restrictions." No other writing or results are affected.
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If you are an undergraduate or graduate student looking for some research assistant work, please email me with your resume/CV and a brief email statement of your interests. Most of my research involve quantitative work and my programming language of choice is R, but I also have uses for students with no programming experience as well.
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