My research studies behavioral and experimental economics, with a focus on coordination games, cooperation games and information. I investigate questions such as what mechanisms are useful in cooperation and coordination games, how information structure affects expectation formation and decision-making. To explore these questions, I mostly use theoretical modeling and laboratory experiments.
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Add: Room 809, School of Economics, 111 Wuchuan Rd, 200433 Shanghai, China