Zeyang (Arthur) Yu is a postdoctoral scholar in Princeton’s Department of Politics, whose faculty he will join as an Assistant Professor in fall 2024. Yu’s research interests lie broadly in causal inference and empirical political economy. His current work focuses on the causal inference of persuasion, in which he develops a novel weighting method to identify the statistical characteristics of persuasion types among compliers. He also studies political economy, including the impact of political institutions on various economic outcomes.