Changcheng Song's primary research interests are in psychology and economics, household finance, and development economics, with laboratory and field experiments as main methodologies. His current research studies banks’ response to competition and borrowers’ behavioral bias in the US mortgage market. He also studies the impact of housing credit on personal bankruptcy and the role of real estate agent in housing market in Singapore. He has conducted field work in China, Kenya, Sri Lanka and Uganda. In developing countries, he studies the individual constraints to participate in pension system and weather insurance, and the effects of financial education to overcome these constraints.
National University of Singapore
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