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Home | People | Chen Li
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Chen Li

Research Fellow

University
Erasmus University Rotterdam
Research field
Behavioral Economics
Interests
Experimental Economics, Intertemporal Choice, Learning, Risk And Uncertainty

List of publications

Bleichrodt, H., Eichberger, J., Grant, S., Kelsey, D. and Li, C. (2021). Testing dynamic consistency and consequentialism under ambiguity European Economic Review, 134:.

Li, C., Turmunkh, U. and Wakker, P.P. (2020). Social and Strategic Ambiguity versus Betrayal Aversion Games and Economic Behavior, 123:272--287.

Li, C. and Liu, N. (2020). What to tell? Wise communication and wise crowd Theory and Decision, :.

Bleichrodt, H., Doctor, J., Gao, Y., Li, C., Meeker, D. and Wakker, P. (2020). Resolving Rabin{\textquoteright}s Paradox Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 59(3):239--260.

Bleichrodt, H., Doctor, J.N., Gao, Yu, Li, C., Meeker, D. and Wakker, P.P. (2019). Resolving Rabin’s Paradox Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, in press:.

Li, C., Turmunkh, U. and Wakker, P.P. (2019). Trust as a Decision under Ambiguity Experimental Economics, 22:51--75.

Li, C. (2017). Are the Poor Worse at Dealing with Ambiguity Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 54(3):239--268.

Bleichrodt, H., Li, C., Moscati, I. and Wakker, P.P. (2016). Nash Was a First to Axiomatize Expected Utility Theory and Decision, 81:309--312.

Wakker, P.P., Li, C. and Li, Z. (2014). If Nudge Cannot Be Applied: A Litmus Test of the Readers’ Stance on Paternalism Theory and Decision, 76(3):297--315.

Wakker, P., Li, C. and Li, Z. (2014). If Nudge Cannot Be Applied: A Litmus Test of the Readers{\textquoteright} Stance on Paternalism Theory and Decision, 76(3):297--315.