Wang Jin is currently a research associate at the MIT Initiative on the Digital Economy and MIT Sloan School of Management. He was a former research fellow at IQSS Harvard University. Combining large-scale data from the Environmental Protection Agency and the Census,
Wang’s research concentrates on the impacts of information technology, structural management practices, and organizational structures on environmental performance and sustainability. He is also interested in identifying the effects of IT, management, and big data analytics on firms’ innovation capabilities.
Wang is currently involved in multiple Census projects, and has worked extensively within the U.S. Census Research Data Center, using business level confidential data protected under Title 13 and Title 26. He is also performing research on topics related to regulatory enforcement and firm compliance behavior.
Wang holds a Master’s degree in economics and recently received his PhD in economics from Clark University.