Wen Lu

Georgia State University

Wen Lu is a third-year Ph.D. student in Economics at Georgia State University, where she specializes in experimental economics. In her current research, Wen investigates the behavioral effects of contributing information to public goods within a controlled laboratory setting. By carefully examining how individual choices and decisions influence collective outcomes, she aims to uncover effective strategies that can enhance cooperation and optimize resource allocation in public goods provision. Her personal experiences as a woman and a first-generation college student have shaped her interests in gender, reproductive health and education equality. If you share similar research interests or would like to connect with her, please feel free to contact Wen at wlu10@gsu.edu.