Meng Su
Research Assistant

Meng Su

Research Staff

Meng is a PhD candidate in the Department of Economics, with an MSc in Economics from LSE and a BSc in Economics and Finance from the University of Hong Kong.

Current areas of research include:

  • Economics of education: Return to education, Vocational training, Intergenerational mobility
  • Taxation: Differential impacts of the sin tax across income groups and social classes
  • Gender wage gap: child penalty

Meng also works on Simeon Djankov's project on “Women’s Empowerment, Economic Freedom, and the Role of Law in Driving Prosperity” funded by the John Templeton Foundation.