Dr Jinrui Pan, BA, MSc, PhD
(email at firstname.lastname@example.org)
Prior to joining Durham in 2015, Jinrui was a Lecturer at Swansea University, School of Management. She received her PhD in Economics from the University of Manchester under the supervision of Professor Horst Zank and Dr Craig Webb.
Jinrui’s current research focuses on the development of models of intertemporal choice, individual decision making under risk and uncertainty.
Jinrui is a Lecturer in Economics at the Durham University Business School. Her research interests lie in the fields of behavioural economics, with a focus on individual decision making under risk/uncertainty, and over time.
- Behavioural and Experimental Economics
- Decision Theory
- Intertemporal Choice
- Choice Under Risk and Uncertainty
- Applied Microeconomics
- 1: Pan, J., Webb, C.S. & Zank, H. (2015). An Extension of Quasi-hyperbolic Discounting to Continuous Time. Games and Economic Behavior 89: 43-55.