Experimental Economics, Behavioral Economics
Duan Liu is a fourth-year PhD student in the Department of Economics, PhD fellow at the Interdisciplinary Center for Economics Science (ICES) at George Mason University. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Economics & Statistics from University of Minnesota and a Master's degree in Economics from McGill University. His research interests include Experimental Economics and Behavioral Economics.
Market welfare, connected and disconnected market: an experimental design, in progress.
ICES Graduate Research Assistantship, GMU, 2020 - present
Graduate Student Grant, McGill University, 2016 - 2017
Morris Academic Partnership, University of Minnesota, 2015
Intermediate Microeconomics (ECON 306), George Mason University, 2023
Microeconomic Analysis and Applications (ECON 208), McGill University, 2017
Microeconomic Analysis and Applications (ECON 208), McGill University, 2016
Principles of Macroeconomics (ECON 1102), University of Minnesota, Fall 2014
B.A. in Economics & Statistics, University of Minnesota, Minnesota
M.A. in Economics, McGill University, Montreal, Canada