Dr. Xirong Lin received her Ph.D. in Economics from Boston College in 2020. Her research fields are applied microeconomics, household economics, and applied econometrics. Her recent research focuses on how intra-household bargaining and sharing affect household consumption decisions and the evaluation of welfare programs.
“SNAP and Senior Food Consumption: An Analysis Based on a Collective Consumption Model with Homescan Data,” by Xirong Lin, revised 8/2021. Job market paper.
“Identification of Semiparametric Model Coefficients, With an Application to Collective Households,” by Arthur Lewbel and Xirong Lin, revised 1/2021. Forthcoming, Journal of Econometrics