Wang, Yun

Assistant Professor

Ph.D. in Economics, University of Pittsburgh, USA, 2013

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Phone:0592-2186323

Email:yunwang@xmu.edu.cn

Office:D306

Biography Research Papers Research Projects

EDUCATION
Ph.D. in Economics, University of Pittsburgh,2013
Dissertation: "Three Essays on communication games and common beliefs in sequential games"
Committee chair: Professor Andreas Blume and Professor John Duffy
B.A. in Economics, Peking University, Beijing, China, 2008

RESEARCH AND TEACHING FIELDS
Primary: Microeconomics, Game Theory, Experimental Economics
Secondary: Industrial Organization, Political Economy, Behavioral Economics

WORKING PAPERS
 
"Bayesian Persuasion with Multiple Receivers," 4th Round R&R at Games and Economic Behavior
 
"Lookers-on See Most of the Game: Decision-making for Others versus for Oneself in a Labor Market Experiment", (Joint with Hu Sun), under review
 
"Belief and Higher-Order Belief in the Centipede Games: An Experimental Investigation", under review
 
"Race to the Top: Can Unsolicited Ratings Mitigate Inflation from Competition?", (Joint with Yilan Xu)
 
"Market Mechanism, Property Rights and the Destruction of Trust", (Joint with Jason Shachat and J. Todd Swarthout)
 
"Rebate Policies in Large-Group Public Goods Games: Beliefs, Information, and Repetition", (Joint with Zhi Li)
 
"Going Public or Going Private? A Cheap-Talk Game with Interacting Decision-Makers"
 
PUBLICATIONS
 
"Pivotal Persuasion," (with Jimmy Chan, Seher Gupta, and Fei Li), Journal of Economic Theory, forthcoming
 
"The Recent Development in Econometrics and Experimental Economics'', (in Chinese, joint with Yongmiao Hong, Ying Fang, Haiqiang Chen, Qingliang Fan, and Sen Geng), China Economic Studies, Vol. 295, No. 2, 126-136, (2016)
 
“Determinants of Auction Price on Chinese Art Market”, (with Hongfei Ye and Shaomin Huang) Journal of Chinese Economics Vol. 1, No. 1, 1-12 (2016)
 
"The result of world powers in WTO: a cheap-talk game under different communication protocols", China Economic Review 27, 192-207 (2013)

WORK IN PROGRESS

"Contract as Signalling: An Experimental Investigation," (with John Duffy and Ernest Lai)
 
"Stability of Risk Preferences: the Role of Personality," (with Boliang Ma, Qiaosheng Peng, and Shuo Qiang)
 
"Gender-balanced Referrals and Labor Market Outcome: Field Experiment through An Online Job Board", (Joint with Kailing Shen and Peter Kuhn)