Courses a.y. 2022/2023
20840 DATA MINING FOR MARKETING, BUSINESS, AND SOCIETY
30603 COMPUTATIONAL APPLICATIONS IN MARKETING
41037 DATA MINING FOR MARKETING ANALYTICS
My research broadly seeks to understand how digital technologies change market, media, politics, and society. I am particular interested in the impact of digital transformation in cultural markets, e.g. news, books, movies, music. In my research, I leverage various computational tools, such as machine learning, natural language processing, causal inference, and network analysis, to analyze large-scale structured and unstructured data in real-world to learn about human behavior and system dynamics.
Computational Social Science, Text as Data, Social Networks, Digital Platforms
Bridge the Digital Language Divide: Can Machine Translation Narrow Knowledge Gap across Different Languages?
Monetization and Unintended Consequences for Digital Cultural Markets: Evidence from a Two-sided Market for Book Promotion
Negative Peer Feedback and User Content Generation: Evidence from a Restaurant Review Platform
If a Tree Falls in the Forest: Presidential Press Conferences and Early Media Narratives about the COVID-19 Crisis
Journal of Quantitative Description: Digital Media, 2022
Content Growth and Attention Contagion in Information Networks: Addressing Information Poverty on Wikipedia
Information Systems Research, 2020