Associate Professor of Economics
Pettengill Hall, Room 276
Leshui He is currently working on research projects that investigate:
– roles teachers play in the peer effect amongst students;
– the effect of the dwindling offline retail on the prices at online retailers;
– the effect of news media on sensationalistic consumer products.
Leshui taught a wide range of courses in microeconomics. He is passionate about teaching and looks forward to discussing ideas with everyone interested in economics.
Fields of interest
Organizational Economics, Industrial Organization, Corporate Strategy, Law and Economics, and Economics of Education.
Ph.D. in Economics, University of Connecticut