Xiang Zhou will give a talk entitled "Estimating Heterogeneous Treatment Effects in the Presence of Self-Selection: A Propensity Score Perspective.”
Xiang Zhou is a postdoctoral research associate affiliated with the Paul and Marcia Wythes Center on Contemporary China. He received a PhD in sociology and statistics from the University of Michigan. His research broadly concerns social stratification and mobility, economic inequality, social demography, and quantitative methods. His recent work examines the impacts of macro-level social changes, especially market transition and industrialization, on the evolution of income inequality and social mobility in China.