Ph.D. Students on the Market
User-Generated Content, Social Media and Networks, Online Channel Contracting and Pricing, Prediction Market.
Hsing Kenneth Cheng
Business Systems 1- Introduction to programming for business students (Java)
Business Systems 2- Object oriented programming for business students (C#)
Jingchuan Pu holds a M.A. in Management Information Systems from the Harbin Institute of Technology. Prior to entering the doctoral program, he worked as a data analyst intern at the Agriculture Development Bank of China.
His current research focuses on the economics of information systems, including the user-generated content, channel contracting and pricing, and prediction market. His research methodologies include econometrics analyses, machine learning, and analytical modeling. His work is accepted or currently under review in academic journals such as MIS Quarterly and Information Systems Research.
His teaching mainly focus on keeping students motivated and engaged, concentrating on managerial insights, and developing student’s critical thinking. The average teaching evaluation for his courses is 4.7 out of 5. He has received Ph.D. Outstanding Teaching Award from both ISOM department and Warrington College of Business.