My research areas are Behavioral and Experimental Economics, Public Economics, Labor Economics.
My teaching interests are Behavioral economics (e.g. social preference, inter-temporal decisions); Experimental economics (e.g. design methods, market experiments, auction, bargaining); Game theory (e.g. simultaneous and sequential games, theory of firm, voting, bargaining) and Public Economics (e.g. tax, inequality).
I received my B.A. from Shanghai University of Finance and Economics in 2006 and I worked as a research assistant at ICES founded by Nobel Laureate Vernon Smith, George Mason University and received my Ph.D. in May 2012. I worked as a Dan Searle Postdoctoral Fellow at Harvard University from 2012 to 2014. I started my assistant professorship at Sewanee in July 2014.