Rowan Shi


rowanxshi@ryerson.cahttp://rowanxshi.github.io


Employment

2020–

Assistant professor, Ryerson University

Education

2014–2020

PhD in Economics, Princeton University

Thesis title: International trade with heterogeneous firms and reallocation

2009–2014

BA in Mathematics and Economics, University of California, Berkeley

Highest Honors in Economics, Distinction in General Scholarship

Working papers

with Kathleen Hu

Solving combinatorial discrete choices in heterogeneous agent models: theory and an application to corporate tax harmonization in the European Union

Works in progress

with Costas Arkolakis, Fabien Eckert

Combinatorial discrete choice

with Rafael Parente

Brazil's import liberalization and reallocation in its non-traded sector

with Hannah Rubinton

The role of cities: shopping time and inequality in amenities

Awards and fellowships

2016–2019

Summer Fellowship, International Economics Section, Princeton University

2014–2020

Doctoral Fellowship, Princeton University

Teaching

2020–

Professor, Advanced topics in international trade

2020–

Professor, Mathematics for economics II

2018–2020

Course organizer, Introduction to microeconomics, Prof. Kelly Noonan

2018–2020

Course organizer, Introduction to microeconomics, Prof. Kelly Noonan

2019

Course organizer, Introduction to microeconomics, Prof. Henry Farber

2018

Teaching assistant, Introduction to microeconomics, Prof. Kelly Noonan

2017

Teaching assistant, Ethics and economics, Prof. Thomas Leonard

2016–2017

Teaching assistant, Introduction to macroeconomics, Prof. Elizabeth Bogan

Research experience

2015

Research assistant, Prof. Oleg Itskhoki

2014

Research assistant, Prof. Mark Aguiar

2013

Research assistant, Prof. Yuriy Gorodnichenko