Jia is a Lecturer in Economics, specialising in the area of applied microeconomics, behavioural economics, behavioural finance, using the tools of experiments. She specialises in quantitative research methods and is skilled in statistical analysis using data from either designed or naturally occurring environments.
She is currently working on various projects around the question how to promote pro-social behaviour in social dilemmas.
Before joining Sheffield Hallam, Jia previously worked at Newcastle University.
- 2015: PhD in Economics, Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore
- 2010: BSc in Economics, Zhongnan University of Economics and Law, China (PRC)
- Behavioural Economics; Experimental Economics; Applied Microeconomics; Behavioural Finance
Sheffield Business School
Journal article: LIU, J. RIYANTO, Y. (2017), 'The limit to behavioral inertia and the power of default in voluntary contribution games', Social Choice and Welfare, vol 48, no 4, pp. 815-835
Journal article: LIU, J. RIYANTO, Y. (2017), 'Information transparency and equilibrium selection in coordination games: an experimental study', Theory and Decision, vol 82, no 3, pp. 415-433