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I am an Assistant Professor of Economics at National Taiwan University. My research interests include Social Choice, Game Theory, and Behavioral Economics. More specifically, I am working in the freedom of choice literature which attempts to find measures of freedom for economic models. Such measures allow us to consider non-consequentialist norms into economic policy evaluation. I also study in laboratory experiments whether individuals indeed prefer to have freedom of choice. I have previously also worked in the area of contest theory, a field concerned with how individuals behave when competing for economic rents.