University of Nottingham Malaysia
Nottingham University Business School

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Chee Meng Tan

Assistant Professor of Business Economics, Faculty of Social Sciences



Chee Meng Tan is an Assistant Professor of Business Economics at Nottingham University Business School. He received a Ph.D in Business Administration from the ESSEC Business School and a doctorate in economics from the University of Cergy-Pontoise. Chee Meng's research interest includes institutional and political economics, and works extensively on quantitative topics related to the intersection between politics, economics and social psychology. Recent works include how national culture influences the impact that work-family conflict bear on happiness; how institutional/governmental confidence affects vaccination intent; and how panda diplomacy improves inbound tourist flows from China.

Teaching Summary

I teach the following in 2021/2022

Autumn Semester

1. Quantitative methods 2a (BUSI2055)

2. Industrial Economics 3: Market Structure and Competition Policy (BUSI3164)

Spring Semester

1. Industrial Economics 4: Games and Strategy (BUSI3165)

2. Industrial Economics 5: Economics of Regulation and Public Choice (BUSI3166)

Research Summary

My work focuses the intersection between politics, economics and social psychology using applied statistical/econometric methods.

Recent work looks into how

1. work-family conflict and culture impacts individual happiness

2. vaccination and governmental confidence influences vaccination intent

3. panda diplomacy influence inbound Chinese tourists

Selected Publications

Nottingham University Business School

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