I am Joo Young Jeon, a Lecturer in the School of Economics. My research interests cover Behavioral and Experimental Economics, Industrial Organization / Competition Policy, and Public Economics.
I have experience in teaching various courses in Microeconomics and Econometrics; both at the undergraduate and post-graduate levels.
Please see my web page for further details about my research and teaching: https://sites.google.com/site/jooyjeon
Gender Differences in the Giving and Taking Variants of the Dictator Game,
in Southern Economic Journal
pp. 474–483Full Text UEA Repository
Switching Energy Suppliers: It’s Not All About the Money,Full Text UEA Repository
Identity and group conflict,
in European Economic Review
pp. 107–121Full Text UEA Repository
Impure Altruism or Inequality Aversion?: An Experimental Investigation Based on Income Effects,
in Journal of Public Economics
pp. 143-150Full Text UEA Repository
Who Switched at the Big Switch and Why?,
Centre for Competition PolicyFull Text