Jian Song

Jian Song

Jian Song

Graduate Research Assistant

Experimental Economics, Behavioral Economics, Conflict, Industrial Organization

Jian Song is a Ph.D. candidate at the Interdisciplinary Center for Economic Science (ICES), George Mason University. Her research interests are experimental economics, behavioral economics, conflict and industrial organization. Her current research focuses on developing the behavioral and game theory with applications in contests.

Current Research

Working papers: 

[1] Asymmetric shocks in contests: theory and experiment (with Daniel Houser)

[2] Waiting in contests: theory and experiment (with Daniel Houser)  

Grants and Fellowships

ICES Ph.D. Fellow, George Mason University, 2016-Present

Courses Taught

Instructor

Econ 345: Introduction to Econometrics, GMU, Summer 2019

Econ 103: Microeconomics Principles, GMU, Summer 2020 (online)             

Math Camp for Graduate Students, GMU, Summer 2020 (online)

Co-Instructor            

Econ 695: Experimental Economics, GMU, Fall 2020 (online) 

Econ 445: Design and Analysis of Experiments, GMU, Fall 2018, 2019, 2020 (online)

Econ 838: Econometrics II, GMU, Fall 2018, 2019, 2020 (online)

         

 

Education

Ph.D. in Economics, George Mason University, August 2018 - Current

M.A. in Economics, George Mason University, August 2016 - May 2018

B.S. in Mathematics, Shandong University, China, September 2010 - May 2014

Recent Presentations

2020 ESA World Conference, Sep 2020, Online (Scheduled) 

Contests: Theory and Evidence 6th Conference, Jun. 2020, Online

2020 Utah Experimental Economics Conference, May 2020, Online