|B.S.- University of Wisconsin-Madison
Ph.D. – University of Chicago
Telephone: (336) 758-5231
|Fred Chen received his BS in mathematics and economics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and his PhD in economics from the University of Chicago. He is the co-advisor for the major in Mathematical Economics (MEC). He joined Wake Forest University in 2000.Research interests: economic theory, economic epidemiology Teaching interests: mathematical economics, microeconomics, game theory.
“Public avoidance and epidemics: insights from an economic model,” with M. Jiang, S. Rabidoux, and S. Robinson, Journal of Theoretical Biology 278 (2011), 107-119.
“Expected utility illustrated: A graphical analysis of gambles with more than two possible outcomes,” Journal of Economic Education 41 (2010), 63-70.
“To buy or not to buy: the Screamin’ Demon ticket game,” with Alex Kays, Mathematics Magazine 82 (2009), 283-289.
“Dynamic equilibria in an epidemic model with voluntary vaccinations,” with A. Cottrell, Journal of Biological Dynamics 3 (2009), 357-375.
“Modeling the effect of information quality on risk behavior change and the transmission of infectious diseases,” Mathematical Biosciences 217 (2009), 125-133.