Ph.D. in Social Anthropology and STS, Harvard University, 2020;<br>M.A. in Sociocultural Anthropology, Columbia University, 2013;<br>B.A. Shanghai International Studies University, 2011.
Shuang Frost is a postdoctoral research fellow at Greif Center for Entrepreneurial Research. Her research interest includes emerging technologies, digital innovation, and political economy of China. Employing ethnographic methods, she has studied corporate managers of Uber and Didi, taxi drivers in Hangzhou, slum dwellers in Shanghai, and AI policymakers at global conferences. She recently authored “Platforms as if People Mattered” (Economic Anthropology, 2020) and “Uber in China” (Harvard Business Case Study, 2016&2017). She is teaching Founder’s Dilemma in Spring 2021.