Min FangUniversity of Rochester
Min Fang, also known as Ethan, is a Ph.D. Candidate in Economics at University of Rochester (on Job Market 20/21). Min is broadly interested in macroeconomics and urban economics including monetary policy, macro-finance, firm dynamics, inequality, migration, and land policy. His works follow the principle of “Micro Fraction for Macro Fluctuations” which evaluates the effect of economic policy combing heterogeneous agent general equilibrium models and rich microdata.