Behavioral/Experimental Economics, Game Theory, Computational Economics
Ph.D., Economics, Purdue University, August 2015M.S., Economics, Purdue University, May 2011M.S., Electrical & Computer Engineering, Purdue University, December 2009B.Eng., Computer Science, Central South University, China, July 2007
PublicationsZhang, H. (2018). Errors can increase cooperation in finite populations. Games and Economic Behavior, 107, 203–219. Sun, Q., Zhang, H., Sai, L., & Hu, F. (2018). Self-distancing reduces the bias in probability weighting. Frontiers in Psychology, 9, 611.Sun, Q., Liu, Y., Zhang, H., & Lu, J. (2017). Increased social distance makes people more risk neutral. The Journal of social psychology, 157(4), 502-512.Zhang, H., & Perc, M. (2016). Evolution of conditional cooperation under multilevel selection. Nature: Scientific Reports, 6Working Papers"Social distance reduces the bias of probability evaluation" (with Qingzhou Sun, Jingyi Lu, and Yongfang Liu) R&R at Risk Analysis"Normative conflict and history dependence in repeated coordination games" (with Julian Romero)"Common fate motivates cooperation: the influence of risks on contribution to public goods""Voluntary participation and the evolution of egalitarianism in repeated coordination games""Why can't we accurately predict others' decisions?" (with Qingzhou Sun)"Cooperation under the shadow of inequality" (with James Bland, Olivier Bochet, and Nikos Nikiforakis)Work in Progress"Quantal response equilibrium in repeated games""Create a pie to share: an experimental study of co-opetition"(with Yimei Hu)"Evolution of cooperative norms in noisy repeated prisoner’s dilemma" (with Tim Cason and Vai-Lam Mui)"Extensions to strategy estimation in infinitely repeated games" (with James Bland)"Communication and cooperation in repeated games with imperfect private monitoring: experimental evidence""Norms and anti-corruption policies: an experimental investigation"