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    United Kingdom

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20152020

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Research Interests

Behavioural economics, ethical decision making and social choice theory.

Research Statement

Sinong is a Lecturer in Economics at Queen's Management School. Before joining Queen's University Belfast, he worked for University of Warwick. His research interests cover behavioural economics, economic theory and applied economics. In particular, with supports from the industry partners and policy makers, Sinong's recent research explores the moral motives in human behaviours, social choice theory and the governance of personal data.

Sinong's research works have been published in leading journals such as Risk Analysis, Economic Theory.

Teaching

ECO2003: Macroeconomic Theory and Policy

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Research Output

Adoption and Acceptability of Smart Devices for the Home

Cannizzaro, S., Procter, R., Ma, S. & Maple, C., 19 Mar 2020. 6 p.

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  • The Value of Personal Data in Iot : Industry Perspectives on Consumer Conceptions of Value

    Burgess, L., Skatova, A., Ma, S., McDonald, R. & Maple, C., 19 Mar 2020. 11 p.

    Research output: Contribution to conferencePaper

  • Trust in the smart home: Findings from a nationally representative survey in the UK

    Cannizzaro, S., Procter, R., Ma, S. & Maple, C., 29 May 2020, In : PLoS ONE.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

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    Fairness and utilitarianism without independence

    Ma, S. & Safra, Z., Feb 2019, In : Economic Theory. 67, 1, p. 29-52 24 p.

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    Is Allocation Affected by the Perception of Others' Irresponsible Behavior and by Ambiguity?

    Safra, Z., Ma, S. & Melkonyan, T., Oct 2019, In : Risk Analysis. 39, 10, p. 2182-2196 15 p.

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