Chen Li is an Associate Professor in Behavioural Economics at Erasmus School of Economics. Chen focuses on decision making under uncertainty and over time. Her research addresses questions such as whether the poor are more averse to ambiguity, how learning affect people's ambiguity attitudes, and how people's beliefs and attitudes towards uncertainty affect their decisions in social interactions.
C. Li, U. Turmunkh & P.P. Wakker (2020). Social and Strategic Ambiguity versus Betrayal Aversion. Games and Economic Behavior, 123, 272-287. doi: 10.1016/j.geb.2020.07.007
C. Li (2015, maart 26). Hitchhiking on the Road of Decision Making under Uncertainty. Erasmus University Rotterdam (155 pag.) (Rotterdam: Tinbergen Institute) Prom./coprom.: prof.dr. A. Baillon, prof.dr. H. Bleichrodt, prof.dr. P.P. Wakker, prof.dr. K.I.M. Rohde, prof.dr. A.H.O. van Soest & prof.dr. G.U. Weitel.