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City University of Hong Kong
Li King King is an Experimental Economist. He is currently an Assistant Professor of Economics at City University of Hong Kong. Previously, he has worked at Max Planck Institute of Economics in Germany, and Shanghai University of Finance and Economics. His research interests are in Experimental Economics, Behavioural Economics, and Behavioural Finance. He is the first to use Experimental Economics to study the effect of language on decision making (Li, 2017, JEconPsy), memory recall biases (Li, 2013, ExpEcon), and preference for randomization (Li, 2011, JRU). He has published in Management Science, Experimental Economics, Journal of Economic Psychology, Social Choice and Welfare, and Journal of Risk and Uncertainty. Professor Li’s recent research topics include neutrality of money, investor behaviours, and persuasion mechanisms.
李景景博士是一位實驗經濟學家。他現為香港城市大學經濟學助理教授。在此之前，他曾在德國Max Planck Institute of Economics和上海財經大學工作。李教授的研究興趣為實驗經濟學、行為經濟學和行為金融。他是首位使用實驗經濟學方法研究語言和決策 (Li, 2017, JEconPsy) 、記憶偏見 (Li, 2013, ExpEcon) 和隨機偏好 (Li, 2011, JRU)的學者。李教授的論文發表在學術期刊Management Science、Experimental Economics、 Journal of Economic Psychology、Social Choice and Welfare和Journal of Risk and Uncertainty。李教授最近的研究題目包括貨幣中性、投資者行為和說服機制。
I try to make my class discovery-oriented. I enjoy talking to students.
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