Ruoyu Men

Economics (honor), Mathematics, and Data Science, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Undergraduate Student





I am an Economics (honor), Mathematics, and Data Science major student at UW-Madison, pursuing certificates in Statistics. I am an undergraduate research assistant for Avraamidou research group. Beyond my academic pursuits, I am passionate about basketball, having played for my university and high school teams. 


My current research endeavors are centered around understanding the impact of circular economy practices on social welfare, with a particular emphasis on clean energy recycling. I am also deeply interested in exploring how global trade shifts affect the welfare of developing nations and the dynamics of worker welfare in relation to declining union participation rates. Additionally, my academic interests extend to dynamic analysis, combinatorial optimization, and computer engineering, reflecting a commitment to a versatile and comprehensive approach to economic and statistical challenges.