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I am currently a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Economics at Arizona State University. I received my Ph.D. of Economics from Georgia State University in August 2019.
My primary research interest is public policy, including factors that shape public policy, and the effect of policy and institutional design on behaviors. Motivated by this interest, my current research lies at the intersection of Public Economics, Environmental Economics, and Behavioral Economics. My research topics include environmental policy interaction, tax competition, the impact of gasoline taxes, and incentive scheme design. I explore these topics using diversified methods, including spatial econometrics, experimental designs, and theoretical modeling.
Morally Monotonic Choice in Public Good Games, is forthcoming in Experimental Economics.
Fields of Interest: Public Economics; Environmental Economics; Behavioral Economics;