Ph.D. Candidate, Demography, University of Pennsylvania
MS, Health Economics and Demography, University of Minnesota - Twin Cities, 2016
BA, Economics and Math, University of Wisconsin - Madison, 2013
Duy is interested in using social network analysis, graph theory, and machine learning to study a wide range of social phenomena, such as knowledge diffusion, with a focus on health and sexual behaviors, human capital and financial investments, and the HIV epidemic in Africa. His first year paper examines the peer effects of parental investments in education and of children's educational attainment in Malawi. Duy has an MS from the University of Minnesota and obtained his BA from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.