LWP Fellows

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Zhenhe Chi

LWP Fellow
Research on Industrial Relations and Poverty
Zhenhe Chi is an associate professor of Labor Economics and he works for China Institute of Industrial Relations in Beijing, China. He is currently visiting... Read more about Zhenhe Chi
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Xuwen Gao

LWP Fellow
Research on Skills of Chinese Migrant Workers
Xuwen Gao is a PhD candidate in School of Management at Zhejiang University. She is currently a LWP fellow of the Labor and Worklife Program at Harvard... Read more about Xuwen Gao
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Terri Gerstein

Director, State and Local Enforcement Project
LWP Fellow
Research on Labor Standards Enforcement

Terri Gerstein is the Director of the State and Local Enforcement Project at the Harvard Law School Labor and Worklife Program, and also a Fellow in the Program. She recently completed an Open Society Foundations Leadership in Government fellowship. Previously, she worked for over 17 years enforcing labor laws in New York State, including as the Labor Bureau Chief for the New York State Attorney General’s Office, and as a Deputy Commissioner in the New York State Department of Labor. Before her government service, Terri was a nonprofit lawyer in Miami, Florida, where she represented immigrant workers and also co-hosted a Spanish language radio show on workers’ rights.... Read more about Terri Gerstein

Shiqi Guo

Shiqi Guo

LWP Fellow
Research on Development Economics and Environmental Economics in China
Shiqi Guo is an LWP Fellow at the Labor and Worklife Program, Harvard Law School, from September 2019 to May 2020. He is a PhD candidate at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva. He has been working on Development Economics, Behavioral Economics, Environmental Economics, and Political Economy. He has conducted a field experiment in a prison and studies the in-group favoritism among prison inmates. He has also studied the temporal and spatial pattern of the air pollution caused by straw burning fires in China. Currently, he explores the biographies of local Chinese politicians and examines how their policy preferences are shaped by their life experiences.
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Dora Sari

LWP Fellow
Research on Labor and Trade
Ms.Dora Sari has nearly ten years of work experience on the labour field, with a focus on collective labour rights and relations. She has a background in international and national labour law and is currently pursuing her PhD in political science at the University of Geneva.... Read more about Dora Sari
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Phillippe Scrimger

LWP Fellow
Research on Labor unions and inequality: Do unions promote more equal societies?
Phillippe Scrimger joined Harvard Law School's Labor and Worklife Program as a postdoctoral fellow in October 2018, after finishing his doctoral dissertation at the University of Montreal’s School of Industrial Relations.... Read more about Phillippe Scrimger
Yu Shen

Yu Shen

LWP Fellow
Research on Economic Transition and Job Creation in China
Yu Shen is a PhD candidate of Economics at Renmin University of China. She is a visiting scholar at Labor & Worklife Program at Harvard Law School for the... Read more about Yu Shen