Shuowen Chen is an Economist in the Antitrust and Competition Practice. He received his PhD in Economics from Boston University, where he taught undergraduate courses in Principles of Macroeconomics and PhD courses in Econometrics. He has extensive experience in panel data analysis and statistical packages development. In his doctoral research, he developed methodological tools to uncover heterogeneity, which is common in different types of data, and explored its implications for estimation, statistical inference, and modeling.
PhD, Economics, Boston University
MA, Economics, The University of Texas at Austin
BA, Economics (Honors and Highest Distinction) and Mathematics (High Distinction), University of Rochester