Xiupeng’s primary research interest covers labor economics and economics of information. His research also extends to industrial organization. His current researches include how Information Technology affects the organizational structures and firm sizes, and measuring household non-market production and the welfare from free digital goods through massive online experiments. He is also excited about using the matched employer-employee data from the U.S. Census Research Data Center to study how high-skilled immigration affect the domestic labor market. Xiupeng received his Ph.D. in economics from the University of Connecticut and did postdoc research at the MIT Initiative on Digital Economy. Xiupeng also holds a M.S. in Applied Physics and a B.S. in Physics.