Jubo Yan, Ph.D.
I am an assistant professor of Economics in the School of Social Sciences at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. My primary research interests are behavioral economics and experimental economics. I study a wide range of economic questions but most of them concern individual decision making (e.g., purchasing and selling, tax payment, donation, etc.) and behavioral nudges (e.g., social norm, debiasing, etc.) especially decisions that are (partially) driven by behavioral factors (e.g., loss aversion, projection bias, salience, social preference, etc.). Most of my works have direct policy implications with a focus on individual's behavioral responses to interventions and policy changes.
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