Henry Kaufman Management Center
44 W 4th St #10–184D
New York, NY 10012–1106
New York University, Stern School of Business – New York, NY, USA
Ph.D. candidate in Accounting, August 2011–Present
Cornell University – Ithaca, NY, USA
M.S. in Applied Economics and Management, August 2007–August 2009
Thesis: Optimal Investment in Ethanol Plants: A Real Options Analysis with Two Stochastic Variables.
Special Committee: Todd M. Schmit (Chair), Jon M. Conrad.
Renmin University of China – Beijing, China
Bachelor of Management, September 2003–July 2007
Member of the American Accounting Association. Since 2012.
Member of the American Finance Association. Since 2012.
Member of Society for Financial Studies. Since 2012.
Member of the American Economics Association. 2012. Inactive.
Member of the Agricultural & Applied Economics Association. 2007. Inactive.
Todd M. Schmit, Luo Jianchuan, and Jon M. Conrad. 2011. Estimating the influence of U.S. ethanol policy on plant investment decisions: A real options analysis with two stochastic variables, Energy Economics 33 (6): 1194–1205.
Todd M. Schmit, Jianchuan Luo, and Loren W. Tauer. 2009. Ethanol Plant Investment using Net Present Value and Real Options Analyses, Biomass and Bioenergy 33 (10): 1442–1451.
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