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Econ Bites: Qihong Liu on the U.S. Airline Industry, sunk costs, pricing strategies, and more!
March 25, 2022 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Dr. Siyu Wang is speaking with Dr. Qihong Liu about as part of ISEG’s ongoing “Economics Bites on the Go” series.
Qihong LIU is a Professor of Economics at University of Oklahoma. He received his Ph.D. in Economics from SUNY Stony Brook in 2003. His main research areas are Industrial Organization and Applied Micro, with current research focusing on platforms and two-sided markets, airlines and pricing.
Dr. Liu has published in journals including Review of Economics and Statistics, Strategic Management Journal, Marketing Science, European Economic Review, American Journal of Agricultural Economics, Canadian Journal of Economics, International Journal of Industrial Organization, Journal of Economics & Management Strategy, Journal of Industrial Economics.
His research has been featured in Bloomberg, Forbes, Harvard Business Review, Insider Higher Ed, Kellogg Insight, MorningStar and Wall Street Journal. He is an Associate Editor of Information Economics and Policy and serves on the Editorial Board of Marketing Science and Journal of Media Economics. He is currently the President-Elect of Chinese Economists Society (2021-2022), and was a Special Issue Guest Editor for China Economic Review.
The next “Economics Bites on the Go” will take place 12 to 1 PM on March 25 via Zoom. “Economics Bites on the Go” was created by Wichita State’s Department of Economics and the Institute for the Study of Economic Growth. The aim is to provide students and faculty members an opportunity to interact with top-tier economists.
Each talk lasts one hour. For the first 20 minutes, Siyu Wang, WSU Economics Department assistant professor, asks students questions that provoke the guest speakers into a deeper examination of their work and how they see the world. The guest speaker then has 20 minutes to summarize their life-long research. The last 20 minutes is Q&A time, with students and professors interacting with the guest speaker and asking any questions they have in mind.
The Zoom meeting ID is 919 8769 9546 and the passcode is 200.