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Jennie Huang, University of Pennsylvania

Jennie Huang, University of Pennsylvania


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Jennie Huang is a doctoral candidate in the Business Economics and Public Policy Department at Wharton. She is a behavioral and experimental economist with research interests in decision making and negotiation. She uses experiments to explore how social preferences and information affect consumer decision making. In particular, her research examines how information can lead to deviations from classical conceptions of rationality but can be explained by social preferences, such as social norms or fairness concerns.

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  • Economics