I am an Assistant Professor of Management at the City University of Hong Kong.
My research is primarily centered around the question, How do emerging technologies influence work and organizations? During my PhD, I conducted two research projects focused on addressing this question: a digital ethnographic study of a distributed financial organization engaging in cryptocurrency market manipulation online, and an ethnographic study of AI development at an elite teaching hospital in China.
Research from my dissertation was nominated for several awards including the 2020 Strategic Management Society Annual Conference “Best Paper Prize,” “Best PhD Paper Prize” and “Strategy Practice Interest Group Best Paper Prize,” as well as the 2021 EGOS Best Student Paper Award. I was a finalist in the 2021 INFORMS/Organization Science Dissertation Proposal Competition and winner of the EGOS That’s Interesting! Paper Award 2022.
Recently, I was awarded an Early Career Scheme Grant from the Hong Kong Research Grants Council to continue studying how AI is reshaping work and professions.
Prior to my PhD at the Frankfurt School of Finance & Management, I spent 6 years in China where I learned Mandarin, earned a master’s degree, and advised and helped launch initiatives across a range of industries.
To learn more about my research, please visit my research page.