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Eric G. Zhou
I'm a Ph.D. Candidate in Health Policy & Economics at Wagner School of Public Service and Grossman School of Medicine, New York University. My research interest lies in Health Policy, Children's Health, Causal Inference, and Social Determinants of Health & Obesity.
Analysis of School-Level Vaccination Rates by Race, Ethnicity, and Geography in New York City, JAMA Network Open, with Brian Elbel, David Lee, Willy Chen, Sophia Day, Kevin Konty, and Amy Ellen Schwartz
Under review: Gentrification and Childhood Obesity: Evidence from NYC Public School Students in Public Housing, with Brian Elbel and Amy Ellen Schwartz
Working in progress:
The Impact of COVID-19 Vaccines on the Health and Educational Outcomes of Public School Students in New York City
I think: unfortunately (or fortunately), we live in a world of general equilibrium. Causal inference allows us a (mostly temporary and conditional) glimpse of the partial equilibrium.
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