Assistant Professor of EconomicsKirner-Johnson 213
Wei Zhan’s research and teaching interests include experimental and behavioral economics, applied econometrics, and public economics. She primarily uses laboratory and field experiments to study cooperation and pro-social behavior.
Zhan received her doctorate in economics from Texas A&M University, a master’s in economics from Southern Methodist University, and a bachelor’s in economics from Renmin University of China.
Recent Courses Taught
Issues in Microeconomics
Experimental and behavioral economics, charitable giving and public economics
American Economic Association
Southern Economic Association
Economic Science Association
Appointed to the Faculty: 2017
Ph.D, Texas A&M University
M.A., Southern Methodist University
B.A., Renmin University of China