and Ruru Hoong,
Daniel and Ruru are both seniors majoring in Economics and minoring in Mathematics (go figure!) Daniel works as research assistant on campus. This past summer, he stayed on campus to work for Professor Frank Wolak. Ruru is interested in the intersection of law, behavioural economics, and computer science, and delights in the application of economic tools to solving real-life problems. In the past, she has been a TA for Econ 50, a research assistant at SIEPR, and interned in economic development, government, consulting, and finance.
Raymond Gilmartin, Marketing Director
Raymond is a junior majoring in Mathematical & Computational Science and minoring in Economics. He works on economics-related machine learning projects and is currently a research assistant at the Stanford Graduate School of Business.
Toren Fronsdal, Production Director
Toren is a junior majoring in Economics and minoring in Data Science. He is interested in studying economic inequality and computational economics. Toren is currently a Research Fellow at the Stanford Center on Poverty and Inequality, working on a paper on intergenerational transmission of economic advantage.
Maya Ganesan, Associate Editor
Maya Ganesan is a senior majoring in Economics with minors in English and Political Science. She joined the staff of Comparative Advantage as an associate editor last year. Previously, she has worked as a researcher at Harvard University and at the University of Washington. In the past, she interned at Microsoft in a software engineering position.
Matthew Galloway, Associate Editor
Matthew Galloway is a junior majoring in economics. He has a passion for research, public policy, and finance and currently works as an stock market analyst at Gatehouse Capital Partners. He has a passion for research, public policy, and finance as an stock market analyst at Gatehouse Capital
Mary Zhu, Associate Editor
Mary is a sophomore intending to study economics and computer science. She is interested in applying computational, quantitative methods to investigating public policy-making questions.ParShe is interested in applying computational, quantitative methods to investigating public policy-making questions.Ptners.
Alexander Lam, Associate Editor
Alexander is a sophomore and prospective Economics major. His main interests include economic mobility, political economy, and development economics. In general, he is particularly passionate about employing economics as a tool to advance social good under the framework of policy. ework of policy.
Kyle Duchynski, Associate Editor
Kyle is a sophomore who is strongly considering an economics or public policy major. He is interested in using economics for social good and financial markets.He is interested in using economics for social good and financial markets.He is interested in using economics for social good and financial markets.
Nick Shankar, Associate Editor
Nick is a junior majoring in Economics. He is interested in how economic research can inform law and policy to advance broad-based prosperity. Nick currently is a research assistant at SIEPR and previously served as a Stanford in Government Summer Fellow, helping conduct performance audits for the City of San Jose.
Matthew Hamilton, Associate Editor
Matthew is a sophomore and intends to major in Economics and possibly minor in Statistics. He is interested in macroeconomic policy, government regulation, public choice, and the evolution of economic thought.
Joyce Huang, Associate Editor
Joyce is a sophomore considering a major in public policy and human biology. She is interested in applying economic theory to the analysis of law and policy, and exploring psychological insights into economics behavior.
Richa Gupta, Associate Editor
Richa Gupta is a sophomore hailing from Bangalore, India. Even though she is currently undeclared, she is interested in all things economics-related. She is also an avid writer and editor, and loves the fact that she can combine these two interests with this journal!