Sitong Ding is a PhD candidate in Economics, funded by the LSE Economics PhD Studentship and Economics Departmental Scholarship. Sitong also holds a MSc in Economics (with Distinction) and a BSc in Econometrics and Mathematical Economics (with First Class Honours), both from the London School of Economics. Sitong is from Singapore. His current research interests broadly span the field of macroeconomics and monetary economics.
Sitong was a recent winner of the 2018 New Economic Talent organised by the CERGE-EI, and was also awarded the 2018 Kaneda Prize for a Young Outstanding Economist at the 17th Carroll Round.
Before commencing on his PhD, Sitong was formerly an analyst in Asia Economics research at Nomura Global Economics, mainly assisting the Chief Economist with thematic research and business cycle analyses on emerging market economies; and formerly a research assistant at Centennial Asia Advisors.
Macroeconomics, Monetary Economics
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