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I obtained my Ph.D degree in economics (with highest honours) under the supervision of Professor Marie Claire Villeval from university of Lyon and GATE-LSE, CNRS in 2016.
I am assistant professor in Economics at the School of Finance of Renmin University of China in Beijing, China, and also a member of GATE-LSE, CNRS (French National Center for Scientific Research), Ecully, France.
My main research interests lie in the fields of public economics, experimental/behavioral economics, as well as law and economics and behavioral finance. My current main research topic is about audit policies. Among other, I am interested in how to improve the efficiency of law enforcement under ambiguity and the optimal design of enforcement policies (such as "crackdown", which is one of the most important public policies both in China and in the US since 1990s). Current research interests also include cheating behavior in the lab and in the field.
"The efficiency of crackdowns: A lab-in-the-field experiment in public transportations" has won the
first best paper award of the French Association of Experimental Economics (AFSEE 2015) .
"Cheating in the Lab Predicts Fraud in the Field: An Experiment in Public Transportations" was
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