Note：The submission deadline has been extended until Oct 22.
Call for Papers
Asia-Pacific Regional Meeting of the Economic Science Association (ESA)
December 15-17 (Thursday-Saturday), 2011
Wang Yanan Institute for Studies in Economics (WISE) and the MOE Key Laboratory in
Econometrics at Xiamen University
We are pleased to announce that the Second Annual International Workshop on
Experimental Economics and Finance at Xiamen University will host the Asia-Pacific
Regional Meeting of the Economic Science Association. We welcome submissions
incorporating or analyzing controlled experiments using human subjects in studies of
decision theory, economics, finance, game theory, management science, marketing, or political science. The conference theme is Behavioral Econometrics and we particularly encourage submissions related to this topic.
It is our honor to have the following distinguished keynote speakers this year:
Glenn Harrison (Georgia State University)
Michael Kirchler (University of Innsbruck and University of Gothenburg)
Charles Noussair (Tilburg University)
Joep Sonnemans (University of Amsterdam)
Nathaniel Wilcox (Chapman University)
Researchers who would like to present their work at the conference are invited to submit a short abstract (not exceeding 250 words, including title and co-authors).
In order to make your submission:
First, you should login in the ESA website: www.economicscience.org. You can register for a free account if you do not have one by following the login link.
Second, after logging into the ESA website, click on the conference link. You should see a button labeled "Submit Presentation" appear. Use this button to submit your presentation; it will be transmitted to the organizers. If you have any questions about this process, please e-mail us at email@example.com. Note that you do not need to be an ESA member to submit a paper presentation. However, you must be an ESA member to register for this conference.
To be able to register, all participants must be members of the. ESA. One becomes a member by joining through the ESA site. (click on "Membership" on the ESA site). Early registration fee for general faculty/professionals is $200 (US), and late registration fee is $300. Early registration fee for students and those who primary affiliation is a domestic Chinese institution is $100, and the late registration fee is $200. The registration fee includes lunch for all three days of the conference, conference banquet dinners the first two days, and all coffee break refreshments. To register, visit the ESA site (www.economicscience.org) and click on "Conferences" and navigate to the "2011 Asia- Pacific ESA Conference Xiamen, China link and click on "Register."
Submission Deadline (via the ESA website): October 15, 2011
Notification of acceptances and preliminary program no later than October 31, 2011
Early registration deadline November 15, 2011
Note: If you require a visa, the organizers can provide an invitation letter and offer guidance in the process.
BEST PAPER AWARD
The WISE Outstanding Experimental Economics or Finance Paper Award will be given to the most outstanding paper presented at this conference by a researcher who will have not received his or her Ph.D. prior to 2007. If you are eligible and wish to be considered for this award, please submit a PDF copy of the completed paper you will present in an email indicating your interest to firstname.lastname@example.org by November 30, 2011.
General inquiry about the conference should be directed to Jason Shachat (email@example.com). For logistic affairs, please contact Ms. (Joely) Weiping BAO (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The annual International Workshop on Experimental Economics and Finance is one component of the effort by WISE to establish a leading research center in Experimental Economics and Finance. In the fall of 2010 the Finance and Economics Experimental Lab (FEEL) at WISE commenced operation. This state of the art facility is part of the Ministry of Education Key Laboratory in Econometrics awarded to WISE in 2010. This is the first Ministry Key Lab established outside the physical or natural sciences. Furthermore, WISE is actively recruiting faculty members at all levels to join our efforts and enjoy the strong intellectual environment and quality of life, and welcomes applications or enquiries from all qualified and interested scholars.
Xiamen is located in Southeast China and has convenient direct flights to many major cities in Asia. It is famous for its resort like atmosphere and has a reputation as the cleanest and most livable Chinese city. Interesting places near Xiamen include the UNESCO World Heritage Hakka Earth Buildings, Gulangyu (Piano Island) and Wuyi Mountain.
Established in 2005, the Wang Yanan Institute for Studies in Economics (WISE) is a recent effort of the Ministry of Education of China and Xiamen University to build a first class research institute and facilitate domestic and international research and academic exchanges. For more information about WISE, please see
Organizing Committee Xiamen University Members
Organizing Committee External Members
Ananish Chaudhuri, University of Auckland
Stephen Cheung, University of Sydney
Youngsub Chun, Seoul National University
Mun Chui, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Fuhai Hong, HKUST
Jaimie W. Lien, SEM Tsinghua University
Wooyoung Lim, HKUST
David Ong, Peking University HSBC Business School
Yoshi Saijo, Osaka University
Kan Takeuchi, Hitotsubashi University
Steven Tucker, New Zealand Experimental Economics Laboratory, University of Canterbury
Abraham Waithima, Daystar University
Joseph Tao-yi Wang, National Taiwan University
Zhiquan (Darren) Weng, Southwestern University of Finance and Economics
Ralph C. Bayer, Adelaide University