I am a postdoctoral researcher at Center for Experimental and Applied Economics at the University of Delaware.
My research aims to better understand decision making by examining behavioral responses to incentives and information. My current research investigates agricultural and environmental issues by using behavioral and experimental economics. My PhD dissertation focused on individuals’ non-market behavior and the use of incentives to increase public good contributions. I typically use a microeconomics framework and applied econometric methods to model human behavior, test hypotheses, and develop policy recommendations.
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Ph.D. in Agricultural and Resource Economics, 2021
University of Alberta, Alberta, Canada
M.S. in Agricultural and Resource Economics, 2014
University of California Davis, CA, USA
B.A. in Economics, 2013
Sun Yat-sen University, China