Call for Papers
2016 Beijing Normal University Conference on Experimental Economics
The Business School, Beijing Normal University
December 24-25, 2016
The methods of experimental economics have been becoming more and more widely used in the research of economics, business and other social science fields. In order to foster communication about the state-of-the-art research among scholars in or using experimental economics, we are pleased to announce 2016 Beijing Normal University Conference on Experimental Economics, which will be held from December 24th - 25th, 2016, at Beijing Normal University in Beijing, China.
We invite scholars to submit their work based on experiments of human subjects (either in the lab or in the field). We are particularly interested in the interesting research that interacts with one or more of the following fields: economic theory, development, labor, game theory, finance, marketing, education, political science and public policy. We are interested in receiving submission that either speaks to the implications of important economic theory or deepens our substantive knowledge about a particular developing country such as China.
It is our great honor to have Professor Yan Chen (University of Michigan) as the distinguished keynote speaker for this year’s conference.
PAPER SUBMISSION AND REGISTRATION
Researchers who would like to present their work at the conference are invited to submit an abstract (not exceeding 250 words, including title and co-authors) to email@example.com. Please note that all submissions should be in English; each participant will be limited to present one paper. *The submission deadline is October 30th, 2016*. Decisions of acceptance will be announced by November 15th, 2016. The tentative program will be announced by the end of November. No registration fee is required for this conference and meals will be provided during the Conference.
Academic inquiries about the conference should be directed to Min Zhu (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Jidong Chen (email@example.com). For logistic affairs, please contact Ms. Yang Liu (firstname.lastname@example.org).
ABOUT THE BUSINESS SCHOOL, BEIJING NORMAL UNIVERSITY
Beijing Normal University is among the best and also the first national university in China with Imperial University of Peking (founded in 1902) as its predecessor. The Business School at Beijing Normal University is a relatively young but fast-developing school. Established in 1979, the School has achieved over three decades of sustained growth and evolution in tandem with the unprecedented economic growth of China. The school aims to strengthen and solidify its role as a leading institution in creating knowledge of economics and management, and in cultivating leaders for China and the world. The unique department of economics of economics
the university is a part of the school. The research within the department spans over all major fields of economics, with a particularly strength on development, labor, education and experimental economics. The Business School and its economics department are now ambitiously striving to become among the best in China. The school tries its best to offer an excellent research environment and consistently produce world-wide influential research in economics, management and other related social sciences.
Haoran He (Business School, Beijing Normal University)
Min Zhu (Business School, Beijing Normal University)
Jidong Chen (Business School, Beijing Normal University)