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Ongoing Projects
- Hypothetical bias in stated preference methods
- Emotions, cooperation and punishment in PG games
- Risk in PG games with punishment
- Context effects in eliciting ambiguity attitudes 
- Incentives for a leader and group cooperation
 
Publications and working papers
Lee, Jinkwon. and Uk Hwang. (2016) Hypothetical Bias in Risk Preferences as a Driver of Hypothetical Bias in Willingness to Pay: Experimental Evidence, Environmental and Resource Economics, 65, 789-811.

Iris, Doruk, Jungmin Lee, and A. Tavoni (forthcoming) Delegation and Public Pressure in a Threshold Public Good Game: Theory and Experimental Evidence and Resource Economics.

Choi, Syngjoo, Edoardo Gallo and Shachar Kariv (2015) Networks in the Laboratory, In Oxford Handbook of the Economics of Networks, edited by Yann Bramoulle, Andrea Galeotti, and Brian Rogers, Oxford University Press.

Lee, Jungmin, Cary Deck and Javier Reyes (2015) Are Subjects Making Financial Decisions in Lab Auctions or Are They Just Gambling, Applied Economics Letters.

Lim, Wooyoung, Ernest K. Lai and Joseph Tao-Yi Wang (2015) An Experimental Analysis of Multidimensional Cheap Talk, Games and Economic Behavior.

Choi, Syngjoo., Kariv, S., Muller, W. and Silverman, D. (2014) Who is (more) Rational? American Economic Review.

Choi, Syngjoo. and Jihong Lee (2014) Communication, Coordination and Networks, Journal of European Economic Association.

Choi, Syngjoo, David Ahn, Douglas Gale, and S. Kariv (2014) Estimating Ambiguity Aversion in a Portfolio Choice Experiment, Quantitative Economics.

Lee, Jungmin, Nejat Anbarci and K. Peren Arin (2014) Gender Differences in Responses to Contingent Rewards: Evidence from a Natural Experiment in Junior Tennis Tournaments, Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics.

Lee, Jungmin, Cary Deck and Javier Reyes (2014) Investing Versus Gambling: Experimental Evidence of Multi-Domain Risk Attitudes, Apllied Economics Letters.

Lim, Wooyoung, Alexander Matros and Theodore L. Turocy (2014) Bounded Rationality and Group Size in Tullock Contests: Experimental Evidence, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization.

Ahn, T-K and Jungkyoo Choi (2013) Strategic reward and altruistic punishment support cooperation in a public good game experiment, Journal of Economic Psychology.

Iris, Doruk and Alessandro Tavoni (forthcoming) Tipping Points and Reference Dependence in Climate Change Games, in Handbook on the Economics of Climate Change, eds. Chichilnisky and Rezai, Edward Elgar Press, UK.

Iris, Doruk and Alessandro Tavoni (2019) When Fairness Bends Rationality: Incorporating Inequity-Aversion in Models of Regretful and Noisy Behavior.

Iris, Doruk, Costas Hadjiyiannis and Chrysostomos Tabakis (2019) Consumer Nationalism and Multilateral Trade Cooperation.

Kim, Byunghoon, Changkuk Im and Jinkwon Lee (2019) Decision Rights on Loss: Valuable or Burdensome, Journal of the Korean Data Analysis Society 21(1), 225-238. (In Korean).

Kim, Byunghoon, Changkuk Im and Jinkwon Lee (2019) Punishment and decision rights: An experiment.
Kim, Hyoyoung and Jinkwon Lee (2019) Distributive fairness and the social responsibility of the representative of a group.

Im, Changkuk and Jinkwon Lee (2019) On the fragility of third-party punishment: The context effect of a dominated risky investment option.

Min, Sujin and Jinkwon Lee (2019) The effects of repeated induction of emotions on cooperation and punishment.

Iris, Doruk and Alessandro Tavoni (2018) Loss Aversion in International Environmental Agreements, Environmental and Resource Economics Review, 27(2), 363-397.

Iris, Doruk (2017) Cournot Duopoly and Tacit Collusion under Fairness and Reciprocal Preferences, Journal of Economic Theory and Econometrics, 28(4), 22-39.

Iris, Doruk (2016) Economic Targets and Loss-Aversion in International Environmental Cooperation, Journal of Economic Surveys, 2016, 30(3), pages 624-648.