Wei Li, Ph.D.

Faculty Affiliate – Research and Evaluation Methodology

Research Interests:
Evaluation, Cost-benefit Analysis, Education Policy

Wei Li is an Assistant Professor of Research and Evaluation Methodology in the School of Human Development and Organizational Studies in Education at the University of Florida. He earned his doctorate in Measurement and Quantitative Methods and Educational Policy with a specialization in Economics of Education at Michigan State University.

His work sits at the intersection of methodology and educational policy. His areas of specialization include statistical power analysis, multi-level modeling, cost-effectiveness designs, class size effects, and online teaching and learning. His recent work has been published in such venues as the Journal of Research on Educational Effectiveness and Educational and Psychological Measurement, among others.