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The Second Wuhan Cherry Blossom Workshop in Experimental Economics

We are pleased to announce the program for the Second Wuhan Cherry Blossom Workshop in Experimental Economics. The Center for Behavioral and Experimental Research (CBER) of Wuhan University (WHU), China, is planning to hold its second annual workshop in experimental economics this March 22-24, 2019. We welcome submissions that incorporate or analyze controlled experiments - using human participants and material incentives - in studies of decision theory, economics, finance, game theory, management science, marketing, operations management or political science.

It is our honor to have the following distinguished keynote speakers this year:

Prof. Syngjoo Choi (Seoul National University)

Prof. Stefan Trautmann (University of Heidelberg)

Prof. Daniel Zizzo (Queensland University)

Location: Liangsheng Building (Economics and Management School), Wuhan University, Wuhan, China 


Conference Program





March 23th, 2019


Opening Ceremony (Room A221)


Plenary Session I   (Room A221)

Daniel Zizzo


Break & Photo


Parallel Session I

A1 (Room A204): Trust

B1 (Room A208): Field Experiments 

C1 (Room A221): Cooperation Ⅰ                                         




Parallel Session II

A2 (Room A204): Market

B2 (Room A208): Reference Point and Framing Effect 

C2 (Room A221): Cooperation Ⅱ




Plenary Session II (Room A221)

Syngjoo Choi


March 24th, 2019


Parallel Session III

A3 (Room A204): Operational Management 

B3 (Room A208): Contests

C3 (Room A221): Social Dilemma




Plenary Session III (Room A221)

Stefan Trautmann




Parallel Session IV

A4 (Room A204): Lying and Cheating

B4 (Room A208): Games

C4 (Room A221): Social preference




Parallel Session V

A5 (Room A204):Monitoring and Regulation

B5 (Room A208):Individual choice

C5 (Room A221): Social Engineering

Parallel Session Schedule

March 23th, 2019



Opening Ceremony(Room A221)



Plenary Session I (Room A221)

Vendettas and money burning: the other side of human nature

Daniel Zizzo

Queensland University)



Photo & Break



Parallel Session I


A1   (Room A204 )

Trust                                                    Chair: Qi Li

The Effect of Trust between Taxpayers and Tax Authorities on Tax Compliance: Based on the Laboratory Experiment

Shiqian Deng

SOE, Xiamen University

Classical and belief-based accounts of the gift exchange game: Theory and Evidence

Mengxing Wei

Tianjin University of Finance and Economics

Trust and Mutual Benefit

Jiwei Zheng

University of East Anglia

The Impact of Social Division on Trust and Trustworthiness

Qi Li

Agnes Scott College

B1   (Room A208)

Field Experiments                                                 Chair: Armenak Antinyan

Can a simple SMS increase firms’ tax compliance? A natural field experiment in China

Zhixin Dai

School of Finance, Renmin University of China

Payment System and Physicians' Behavior: Experimental Evidence

Yiwen  Pan

Zhejiang University

Nudging customers to drink less unhealthy: Field experiment in South Korea

Jinwook Shin

Seoul National University, Korea




Curbing the Consumption of Positional Goods: Taxing vs. Nudging

Armenak Antinyan

Wenlan School of Business, Zhongnan University of Economics and Law

C1    (Room 221 )





Cooperation                                            Chair: Jason Shachat                                                       

Praising Your Partner Promotes Dyadic Cooperation

Zixi Luo

The Central University Of Finance and Economics

Group Identity and Pro-Social Punishment

Shuo Yang

Wuhan University

Self-Commitment for Cooperation

Jie Zheng

Tsinghua University

Social identity and implicit collusion in Cournot competition: Theory and experiments

Jason Shachat

Durham University





Parallel Session II


A2             (Room A204)

Market                                                   Chair: Tibor Neugebauer

The reform of China’s college admission mechanisms: A empirical (and Experimental) study

Lijia Wei

Wuhan University

‘Lone Wolf’ Defectors are Detrimental to Organ Donor Registration Rates When Moving to an Opt-Out Organ Registration Default

Jonathan Tan

Nanyang Technological University

Real Assets Supply and Bubble

Yan Peng

Wuhan University

Arbitrage bots in experimental asset markets

Tibor Neugebauer

University of Luxembourg

B2             (Room A208)

Reference Point and Framing Effect                              Chair: Jaimie Lien

Framing Effect and Consumption Loan Take-up: An Experimental Study

Zeyang Chen

Guanghua School of Management, Peking University

Ransom Ware in the Lab

Lian Xue

Wuhan University

To Gain with Less Pain?: Dynamic Reference-Dependence in Students' Exam Performance and Effort Provision

Jingyi Meng

Nankai University

Reference Points for Effort Provision in an Experimental Labor Market

Jaimie Lien

The Chinese University of Hong Kong

C2             (Room A221)

Cooperation                                                   Chair: Binglin Gong

An Experimental Implementation of Cooperative Games

Ailin Leng

Nanjing Audit University

The role of institutions in cooperation——An experimental study

Ying Shen

Changchun university of technology

Cooperation through Indirect Reciprocity: Impact of Higher-Order History

Binglin Gong

East China Normal University





Plenary Session II(Room A221)

Network Formation in Large Groups

Syngjoo Choi 

Seoul National University

March 24th, 2019



Parallel Session III


A3             (Room A204)

Operational Management                     

Chair: Lijia Tan


Online Retail Promotion Strategy Based on Laboratory Experiment

Xianghui Cheng

Zhongnan University of Economics and Law


Is the Optimal Recommendation the Best for Managerial Decision Making?  A Laboratory Investigation of the Newsvendor Problem

Xiaojing Feng

Shanghai Jiao Tong University


How auctioners Set Ex-Ante and Ex-Post Reserve Prices in English Auctions

Lijia Tan

Tianjin University and Eindhoven University of Technology


B3             (Room A208)

Contests                                              Chair: Lu Dong


Creative Contests

Feng Zhu

The Pennsylvania State University


Information disclosure in contests with endogenous Entry: Theory and Experiment

Yang Liu

Queensland University of Technology


Arms races and conflict: Experimental evidence

Lu Dong

Nanjing Audit University


C3             (Room A221)

Social Dilemma                                    Chair: Lingbo Huang


Third party punishment: the effect of persuasion and social pressure in group setting

Yuemei Yuan

School of Economics, Zhejiang University


Cooperation and Distributional Conflict with a costly Contract Option

Xue Zhang

Zhongnan University of Economics and Law


Talking Behind Your Back: Asymmetric Communication in a Three-Person Dilemma

Lingbo Huang

Nanjing Audit University






Plenary Session III(Room A221)

Inequality and moral behavior

Stefan Trautmann

University of Heidelberg









Parallel Session IV


A4             (Room A204)

Lying and Cheating                                            Chair: Wenbo Zou


Dose Doctors’ Cost Difference Encourage Fraud: An Experimental Research of Credence Goods Market

Yuli Ding

School of Economics, Zhejiang University; ICSS


Can Biased polls distort electoral result?Evidence from the lab

Lunzheng Li

University of Southampton


Does Competition Intensify Lying Behavior? An Experimental Study of A Die-Rolling Game

Xuezheng Chen

Jiangxi University of Finance and Economics


The Effect of Experience on Lying

Wenbo Zou

Nankai University


B4             (Room A208)

Games                                                                    Chair: Aidas Masiliunas


Group Identity and Social Learning

Xue Xu

School of Economics, Nankai University


Two are many: revisiting the number effects in Cournot oligopoly

Aidas Masiliunas

National University of Singapore


A Rationale for the Bidder's Curse in the Takeover Game

Hang Wu

Harbin Institute of Technology


Learning is to Coordinate Choice on Directed Network

Hang Qi

Hubei University of Economics


C4             (Room A221)

Social preference                                             Chiar: Yilong Xu


The development of social preferences in Chinese children and adolescents

QinJuan Wan

Durham University


Measuring Temporal Discounting Independently from Measuring Utility

Bak Byeo Rhee

Seoul National University


Do Second Opinions Effectively Inhibit Overtreatment: On the Perspective of Heterogeneity in Social Preference

Juan Huang

Zhejiang University


Social Information and Selfishness

Yilong Xu

Heidelberg University






Parallel Session V




A5             (Room A204)

Monitoring and Regulation                   

Chair: Wiebke SZYMCZAK


Group Monitoring, Endogenous Crackdown and Anti-corruption: An Experiment

Shuguang Jiang

Zhejiang University of Finance and Economics


Rating Agencies’ Reputation and Conflict of Interest: An Experimental Study


Durham University


B5             (Room A208)

Individual choice                                      Chair: Mei Wang


Myopia and Intertemporal Choices

Miao Jin

Peking University


Pre-decisional information acquisition: Do we pay too much for information?

Mei Wang

WHU-Otto Beisheim School of Management


C5             (Room A221)

Social Engineering                               

Chair: Francisco Galarza


Social Value Orientation and Hypothetical BiasEvidence from Ultimatum Game

Mostafa Deldoost

University of Tabriz


Reducing Informality Using Two-Sided Incentives: Theory and Experiment

Francisco Galarza

Universidad del Pacifico



Courses for oTree


In addition to the workshop, we will offer a crash course for tools for conducting experimental research on March 22 (Friday), 2019. oTree is an open-source platform for behavioral research, which is gaining popularity in the experimental research community. The course is free to attend for all participants of the conference.

Lecturer: The Pennsylvania State University, Ph.D. candidate, Feng Zhu(朱峰)

Time and location: On March 22nd, from 2:30 to 5:00 pm, Room A331, School of Economics and Management, Wuhan University.

Course content: Installation, grammar and practical application of oTree experimental programming software.


Further Information

CBER and its laboratory were established in 2016. In 2017, Wuhan University selected CBER as one of its priority institutions in the field of social science. We also receive strong support from the Economics and Management School of WHU: CBER and its laboratory are located in the school. CBER now has seven full time faculty who are interested in experimental methods, and is actively recruiting capable faculty members to further our efforts to build a leading experimental research group in China.

For the past century, Wuhan University has built an elegant palatial architectural complex of primitive simplicity which blends perfectly the eastern architectural style with that of the west. It is honored as the "Most Beautiful University in China." The season of the cherry blossoms within the Wuhan University campus is famous in China. We have chosen the conference timing to hopefully coincide with the peak of the blossoms. There are many excellent cultural, outdoor, and entertainment opportunities for you to take advantage of during your visit. We look forward to seeing you in March. See last year workshop photos at http://www.cberworkshop.net/2018-workshop.

For further enquiries or information please contact Prof. Lijia Wei ljwei@whu.edu.cn.



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