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I have recently received my PhD degree in Economics from the National University of Singapore (NUS). When I was a PhD student, I worked at the lab for Behavioral x Biological Economics and the Social Sciences (B2ESS). My current studies are mostly interdisciplinary, a common thread among them is that I use experimental methods to investigate economic behavior from the perspective of underlying psychological and biological framework (especially genetics), which sheds a light on the mysterious black box of decision-making process. At the behavioral level, my research ranges from individual risk taking to other-regarding behavior. Some recent projects of mine also examine individual competitiveness and group contest behavior. Topics in social preferences and social norms are always to my great interests.
In general, my research interests include:
         - Experimental economics
         - Behavioral economics
         - Biological economics