Michael Wong is an Economics PhD candidate at MIT, specialising in the fields of Labor and Organisational Economics. His research focuses on the interplay between government policy, labor markets, and the internal organisation of firms. Michael grew up in Hong Kong and has published various articles on Hong Kong’s socioeconomic development (e.g., in the South China Morning Post and Hong Kong Economic Times). He earned a BA in Physics from Harvard in 2012. He also worked as a research assistant at the University of Chicago and as a business consultant in San Francisco.