Qinglai He

PhD Student
Graduate Assistant/Associate
TEMPE Campus


Expected Graduation Year:   2021



2016-Present, Ph.D., Information System, W. P. Carey School of Business, Arizona State University

2013-2016, M.S., Computer Science, College of Computer Science, Sichuan University 

2009-2013, B. Eng., Computer Science, College of Computer Science, Sichuan University

2011-2013, B. Econ., Finance(Minor), College of Economics, Sichuan University


Research Interests:

User-generated Content Creativity, Human-bot Interaction, Goal-directed Platforms, Online Learning


Research Expertise:

Econometrics, Field Experiment, Text Mining


Working Papers:

1. Gordon Burtch, Qinglai He, Yili Hong, Dokyun Lee. “Peer Symbolic Awards Increase User Content Generation but Reduce Content Novelty.” Under Review. 

     Presentations: WISE 2019, ICIS 2019, CODE 2019, CIST 2019, SCECR 2019

2. Qinglai He, Victor Benjamin, Yili Hong, Raghu Santanam. “Multi-channel Complementarity in the Goal-directed Platforms.” Under Review.

     Presentations: CIST 2018, WITS 2017

3. Qinglai He, Victor Benjamin, Yili Hong, Raghu Santanam. “Role of Reference Points in the Goal-directed Websites – A Randomized Field Experiment.”

     Presentations: WITS 2018, CODE 2018


Work Experience:

2018/6- Present, Business Intelligence Analyst, Picmonic. Inc., Phoenix, AZ.


Spring 2019
Course NumberCourse Title
CIS 365Business Database Systems

Expertise Areas