2017 MFM Fellow
Paul Ho is a Ph.D. candidate in economics at Princeton University. His research examines uncertainty faced by economic agents and econometricians.
In ongoing work, Ho is developing methods for prior sensitivity analysis in quantitative macroeconomic models. Another project (with Anmol Bhandari and Jaroslav Borovička) documents and analyzes the effects of time-varying concerns for model misspecification among households. Another strand of his work (with Valentin Haddad and Erik Loualiche) investigates how market structure interacts with disagreement among investors to influence firm financing.
Prior to his doctoral studies, Ho earned a B.A. with honors in economics from the University of Chicago, where he received the Becker Friedman Institute Award for Academic Achievement.