Publications

Working Papers

Information Asymmetry and Strategic Early Bidding in Peer-to-Peer Lending (With Kai Lu and Tat Y. Chan), October 2019 (SSRN Link)

Regulating Professional Players in Peer-to-Peer Markets: Evidence from Airbnb (With Wei Chen and Karen Xie), September 2019 (SSRN Link)

The Effect of Secondary Market Existence on Primary Market Liquidity: A Natural Experiment in Peer-to-Peer Lending (With Craig W. Holden, Mingfeng Lin, Kai Lu, and Jun Yang), August 2019 (Paper Link)

Network Size and Content Generation on Social Media Platforms (With Mo Xiao and Rong Rong), August 2019 (SSRN Link)

The Battle for Homes: How Does Home Sharing Disrupt Local Residential Markets? (With Wei Chen and Karen Xie), June 2019 (SSRN Link)

Where You Live Matters: The Impact of Local Financial Market Competition in Managing Peer-to-Peer Loans (With Mohammed Alyakoob and Mohammad Rahman), April 2019 (SSRN Link)

The Survival of Noise Traders: Evidence from Peer-to-Peer Lending (With Mingfeng Lin and Richard Sias), April 2019 (SSRN Link)

The Role of Social Technologies in Review Evaluation and Online Platform Implications (With Yinan Yu, Warut Khern-am-nuai, and Alain Pinsonneault), April 2019 (SSRN Link)

Teaching

Upcoming Teaching: Spring 2020

  • MGMT 58800: Spreadsheets and Macro Programming
  • MGMT 58800W: Business Insights with Spreadsheets and Macro Programming (Weekend MBA)
  • MGMT 38200: Management Information Systems
  • MGMT 69000: Empirical Methods in MIS (Doctoral)

Past Courses

  • MGMT 58800W: Business Insights with Spreadsheets and Macro Programming (Weekend MBA), Spring 2018 - 2019, Purdue University
  • MGMT 58800: Spreadsheets and Macro Programming, Spring 2017 - 2019, Purdue University
  • MGMT 38200: Management Information Systems (Undergraduate core), Fall 2015, Spring 2017 - 2019, Purdue University
  • MGMT 69000: Empirical Methods in MIS (PhD), Fall 2015, 2017, Purdue University
  • MIS 611A (Guest lectures): Design Science Research Methodologies (PhD), Spring 2014 - 2015, University of Arizona
  • ECON 361: Intermediate Microeconomics (Undergraduate core), Summer 2013, University of Arizona

Talks & Interviews

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