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Danyang Li

Associate Professor of Economics


Degrees

PHD, 2013, Georgia State Univ; MA, 2008, Georgia State Univ; BA, 2006, Shandong University


Bio

Specialization: Experimental Economics, Health Economics, Behavioral Economics.

Danyang Li received her doctoral degree in Economics at Georgia State University in 2013. Her research interests are broadly in applied microeconomics, specifically the fields of experimental, health, and behavioral economics. Her current research focuses on studying the mechanisms that improves incentives for organ donation. She develops experimental designs to evaluate potential policy changes that target improving organ donation. She teaches courses in principles of microeconomics, Introduction to econometrics, and health economics.


Recent Courses Taught

Course Title Level
ECO 002 PRINC ECONOMICS II Undergraduate
ECO 130 MICROECO BEHAVIOR & INSTITNS Undergraduate
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