Dr J. Qiu (Jianying)
Associate professor - Financial Economics
6525 AJ NIJMEGEN
6500 HK NIJMEGEN
Jianying Qiu is currently an associate Professor at the department of Economics. He had his master degree from Freiburg University in Germany and did his PhD at the Max Planck Institute of Economics in Germany. Before he joined us, he worked at Innsbruck University and Vienna University. His main research field lies in individual decision making under risk and uncertainty. He conducts both theoretical and empirical researches. He develops new theories for some important empirical puzzles and uses experimental method to test those theories. He is also interested in the theory of social preferences and norms.
- 1. Experimental evidence on valuation with multiple priors, (with Utz Weitzel), Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, forthcoming.
- 2. Car mechanics in the lab - Investigating the behavior of real experts on experimental markets for credence goods. 2014, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, (with Adrian Beck, Rudolf Kerschbamer and Matthias Sutter), Vol. 108, 166-173.
- 3. Shaping Beliefs in Experimental Markets for Expert Services: Guilt Aversion and the Impact of Promises and Money-Burning Options, 2013, (with Adrian Beck, Rudolf Kerschbamer, and Matthias Sutter), Games and Economic Behavior, Vol. 81, 145-164.
- 4. Testing the Modigliani-Miller theorem directly in the lab, 2012, (with Vittoria Levatti and Prashanth Mahagaonkar), Experimental Economics, Vol. 15 (4).
- 5. Understanding the two components of risk attitudes: An experimental analysis, 2011 (with Eva-Maria Steiger), Management Science, Vol. 57(1), 193-199.