About Me

Hi, I’m Helen Hsi and I am a writer who is passionate about translating first-hand research into new and original insights.

In my research, I leverage semi-structured interviews for gathering qualitative data as well as cutting-edge data analytic methods–including differences-in-differences, regression discontinuity, regression analysis, and instrumental variables–to try and untangle fact from fiction.

I graduated from Cornell University with honors in Industrial Relations and a concentration in Labor Economics. I was also a Dupont Fellow and PhD candidate at MIT’s Sloan School of Management focusing on Labor Economics.