From June 24-25, the 2019 Shanghai Workshop of Behavioral and Experimental Economics, sponsored by the SOE, the IAR and the Key Laboratory of Mathematical Economics (SUFE), Ministry of Education, was held at Room 807 of the SOE Building. The workshop was organized by the experimental economics team of the SOE.
A number of world-renowned scholars attended this year's workshop and delivered keynote speeches, including Professor Theo Offerman of University of Amsterdam, Professor Roberto Weber of University of Zurich, Professor Stefan Trautmann of Heidelberg University, and Professor Daniel Houser of George Mason University. About 60 scholars and doctoral students in this field were present at the workshop, including those from San Diego State University, Nanyang Technological University, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Lingnan University, Tsinghua University, Peking University, Beijing Normal University, and SUFE.
Professor Zhenxing Huang, Assistant Dean of SOE, delivered opening remarks. He first extended a warm welcome to all the guests. He briefed the guests on the recent development of the SOE as well as the news that SUFE Economics & Business ranks among the world's Top 1% disciplines in ESI. He also introduced the latest Tilburg University Economics Ranking based on high quality research publications from 2009 to 2018 in 35 respected economics journals, on which the discipline of economics of SUFE ranked 1st in China, 2nd in Asia and 69th worldwide.
He pointed out that the experimental economics research team of SUFE is one of the most active and largest experimental economics research teams in China. Its team members (Ninghua Du, Lan Yao, Bin Miao, Zhenxing Huang, Tingting Ding, Simin He) have been using experimental methods to answer scientific questions related to game theory, decision theory and market behavior design, and their research results have been published by many top academic journals such as American Economic Review, Econometrica, Quarterly Journal of Economics, Management Science, and Games and Economic Behavior. He expected that scholars at home and abroad could have in-depth discussions and exchanges through the workshop and establish a lasting and interactive mechanism.
Speakers giving presentations:
Theo Offerman (University of Amsterdam)
Roberto Weber (University of Zurich)
Stefan Trautmann (Heidelberg University)
Daniel Houser (George Mason University)
Te Bao (Nanyang Technological University)
Wooyoung Lim (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology)
Tingting Ding (SUFE)
Zhenxing Huang (SUFE)
Jaimie Lien (Chinese University of Hong Kong)
Haoran He (Beijing Normal University)
Andeas Hefti (University of Zurich)
Yu Gao (Peking University)
Fuhai Hong (Lingnan University)
Quazi Shahriar (San Diego State University)
Jie Zheng (Tsinghua University)
Simin He (SUFE)
The SOE attaches great importance to the construction of emerging disciplines such as Behavioral and Experimental Economics that are in line with international frontiers, and has built a behavioral and experimental economics research team with strong research momentum. With the aim to serve the urgent needs of the nation with world first-class research, the SOE has established an international academic exchange network consisting of workshops, lectures, forums, conferences, and seminars. Through the efficient, focused and interactive academic exchange platform, this workshop aims to further promote in-depth development and international exchanges of behavioral and experimental economics research.
Keynote and Invited Speeches：
Theo Offerman, University of Amsterdam, Fight or Flight: Endogenous Timing in Conflicts
Roberto Weber, University of Zurich, Revealed privacy preferences: Are privacy choices rational?
Stefan Trautmann, Heidelberg University, Risky Decisions for Others and Financial Investment Advice: Experimental Evidence
Daniel Houser, George Mason University, An Economic Analysis of Business Drinking
Te Bao, Nanyang Technological University, Asset Pricing with Ambiguous Signals: An Experiment
Wooyoung Lim, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Bargaining and Time Preferences: An Experimental Study
Tingting Ding, SUFE, Bargaining and News: An Experimental Study
Zhenxing Huang, SUFE, Managers under uncertainty -- evidence from a lab-in-the-field experiment
Jaimie Lien, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Behaviorally Optimal Reference Points for Effort Provision: Experimental Evidence
Haoran He, Beijing Normal University, Goal setting, effort provision and performance: A field experiment on physical training
Andeas Hefti, University of Zurich, The Allocation of Attention and the Quality of Choice
Yu Gao, Peking University, Forget-me-not: A Field Experiment on the Persistent Effect of Information on Energy Efficiency
Fuhai Hong, Lingnan University, Nudging People to Save Social Resources by Providing Salient Cost Information: A Field Experiment
Quazi Shahriar, San Diego State University, Voter Bias, Spin on Facts and Voting Outcomes
Jie Zheng, Tsinghua University, Self-Commitment for Cooperation
Simin He, SUFE, Compromise and Coordination: An Experimental Study
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