Kai-Wei Hsu is an Economist in the Antitrust and Competition Practice at Bates White. He has extensive experience in economic modeling, empirical analyses, and machine learning. He received his PhD from the University of Chicago, where he taught graduate and undergraduate courses in Macroeconomics and Mathematical Economics. In his doctoral studies, Dr. Hsu specialized in development economics, macroeconomics, and industrial organization. In his dissertation, he focused on the two-sided platform in the short-term housing rental market and studied the impact of incomplete information on pricing decisions as well as the effect of peer reviews on consumer demand.
PhD, Economics, University of Chicago
MA, Economics, University of Chicago
BA, Economics, National Taiwan University