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My name is Hanzhe Zhang. I am a PhD Candidate in Economics at the University of Chicago. I am currently on the job market and will be attending the 2015 AEA conference in Boston.

My PhD dissertation studies marital, educational, and occupational choices in an equilibrium investment-and-matching framework. My dissertation committee includes Gary Becker (co-chair), Pierre-Andre Chiappori, Scott Kominers, Philip Reny (co-chair), and Hugo Sonnenschein. In 2012, I was one of the thirty winners worldwide of the Yahoo! Key Scientific Challenges for my research proposal in auctions market design. I worked on the proposal at Microsoft Research New England in the summer of 2012.

In 2010 at the age of 20, I graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in three years with a master's degree in mathematics and two honors bachelor's degrees in mathematics and economics. I won Bernard Shanbaum award for the best economics student and Lawrence Klein award for the best economics thesis.

You can learn more about my Research and Teaching. My CV is here.