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  • Dr. Chandrashekar Subramanya Prasad 博士

    BEng NITK, MBA IITMadras
    MPhil & PhD HKUST
    Tel: 27686933

    Biography

    Suramanaya Prasad Chandrashekar is a Research Assistant Professor at the Open University of Hong Kong. His research interests are: Judgment and decision making, heuristics and biases; Agency related lay-beliefs; Class based stereotyping and prejudice.

    Teaching Areas & Research Interests

    • Judgement and Decision Making
    • Agency Related Beliefs
    • Status and Inequality

    Academic & Professional Experience

    Selected Publications

    Journal Articles

    • Chandrashekar, S. P., et al. (in-press). Frequency estimation and semantic ambiguity do not eliminate ‎conjunction bias, when it occurs: Replication and extension of ‎Mellers, Hertwig, and Kahneman (2001)‎. Meta Psychology
    • Chandrashekar, S.P. (2020). It’s in your control: Free will beliefs and blame attribution to obese people and people with mental illness. Collabra: Psychology. DOI: http://doi.org/10.1525/collabra.305
    • Zhou, J., Leping, G. Li, J. T., & Chandrashekar, S. P. (2020) “The Rich Get Richer?”: Entrepreneurs’ Socio-economic Status and Expropriation Hazards in China. Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal.1-23.DOI: 10.1002/sej.1361

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      Dr. Chandrashekar Subramanya Prasad 博士

      BEng NITK, MBA IITMadras
      MPhil & PhD HKUST

      Research Assistant Professor
      Lee Shau Kee School of Business and Administration

      Email: spchandr@ouhk.edu.hk
      Tel: 27686933

      Biography

      Suramanaya Prasad Chandrashekar is a Research Assistant Professor at the Open University of Hong Kong. His research interests are: Judgment and decision making, heuristics and biases; Agency related lay-beliefs; Class based stereotyping and prejudice.

      Teaching Areas & Research Interests

      • Judgement and Decision Making
      • Agency Related Beliefs
      • Status and Inequality

      Academic & Professional Experience

      Selected Publications

      Journal Articles

      • Chandrashekar, S. P., et al. (in-press). Frequency estimation and semantic ambiguity do not eliminate ‎conjunction bias, when it occurs: Replication and extension of ‎Mellers, Hertwig, and Kahneman (2001)‎. Meta Psychology
      • Chandrashekar, S.P. (2020). It’s in your control: Free will beliefs and blame attribution to obese people and people with mental illness. Collabra: Psychology. DOI: http://doi.org/10.1525/collabra.305
      • Zhou, J., Leping, G. Li, J. T., & Chandrashekar, S. P. (2020) “The Rich Get Richer?”: Entrepreneurs’ Socio-economic Status and Expropriation Hazards in China. Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal.1-23.DOI: 10.1002/sej.1361

      Selected Professional & Community Services

        Further Information

        Link to personal homepage

        Link to Google Scholar page

        Modified Date: Sep 11, 2020
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