Experimental Economics I: Behavioral Game Theory (實驗經濟學一:行為賽局論)


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NTU (Spring 2023)

Time: Friday, 1:20-4:20pm, at Social Sciences 609 (社科609)

Office Hour: 4:20-5:20pm after class or by Email appointment

Course Syllabus

     About Oral Presentation and Feedback:
               Chinese Recipe to
Prepare a 20-minute Presentation: 關於 presentation 的一些想法
               Guidelines to Give Feedback: Oral Presentation Evaluation Criteria and Checklist
(original link)

               Tips and Videos:
                    Data Visualization: 1812 (originally by Minard); 10 most common presentation mistakes
                    Life After Death by PowerPoint (Chinese caption; 2010 update)
                   
Principles of economics, translated  (Transcription)  

Textbooks:

References:

    1. Kagel and Roth (1995, 2016), Handbook of Experimental Economics, Vol.1, and Vol.2, Princeton University Press. (HEE1, 2)
    2.
Holt (2019), Markets, Games, and Strategic Behavior: An Introduction to Experimental Economics, 2nd Ed., Princeton University Press. (Holt)
    3. Moffatt (2016), Experimetrics: Econometrics for Experimental Economics, Palgrave.

Class Topics:

 1. [2/24] Experimental Economics and Behavioral Game Theory (OCW1 and OCW2) (BGT, Ch.1)
                Holt, Ch.1: Introduction

                Wang Lecture Notes in Chinese: Introduction
                BGT, Ch.1: Introduction

 2. [3/ 3 ] Risk and Time Preferences (OCW) (Holt, Ch.3; Liu-2014)
                  Basic
Principles of Experimental Design (OCW)
(BGT, A1.2)
         

 3. [3/10] Social Preferences (part 1) (OCW1) (BGT, Ch.2; HEE2, Ch.4; Lin-2020)
                Reviews for Ultimatum and Dictator Games
                Student Presentation:
Risk and Time Preferences under Confucianism (TBA)
  

 3. [3/17] Social Preferences (part 2) (OCW2) (BGT, Ch.2; HEE2, Ch.4; Lin-2020)
                Reviews for Trust Games
                Student Presentation: Double Auction and Ultimatum Bargaining Classroom Data from MobLab (
TBA)
  

 4. [3/24] Mixed-Strategy Equilibrium (OCW) (BGT, Ch.3; QRE chapter)
               
 Student Presentation: LUPI (TBA) (Joseph-slides; OCW)

 5. [3/31] Bargaining (OCW) (BGT, Ch.4; Chen-2021)
                 Student Presentation: Analyze Bargaining Process via Machine Learning (
TBA)

 6. [4/ 7 ] Dominant Solvable Games (OCW) (BGT, Ch.5)
                
Student Presentation: Spatial Beauty Contests (TBA)

 7. [4/14] Midterm Proposal Presentation and Replication Exercise Due
                 Replication Exercise

 8. [4/21] Level-k Thinking (OCW) (Crawford-2013; Wang-2010)
                 Student Presentation: Cheap Talk (Cai-2006;
TBA)
 

 9. [4/28] Learning (OCW) (BGT, Ch.6; HEE2, Ch.10; Knoepfle-2009; Chen-2020)
                 Student Presentation: Eyetrack Learning (TBA)
               
 Student Presentation: Learning LUPI (TBA)
                      

10.[5/ 5 ] Coordination (OCW) (BGT, Ch.7)
                 Student Presentation:
Equilibrium Selection in Cheap Talk (Lai-2015; TBA)

11.[5/12] Signaling and Reputation (OCW) (BGT, Ch.8)
                 Student Presentation: Pinocchio's Pupil (
TBA)
                      

12.[5/19] Market Design (OCW) (Jackson-2013; HEE2, Ch.5)
 
                Student Presentation: Open vs. Closed Rule (Battaglini-2019; TBA)

13.[5/26] Auctions (EL, Ch.9; HEE2, Ch.9)
                  Field Experiments
(OCW) (Harrison-List-2004; Glennerster-Takavarasha)

14.[6/ 2 ] Neuroeconomics (OCW) (HEE2, Ch.3; Krajbich-2014; Chen-Wang-2019)
                  Experimetrics
(Moffatt-MiniCourse)

 o. [6/ 9 ] Final Proposal Presentation and Proposal Due


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