Event Type: Workshop
Event Theme: Evidence-based Practice
Speaker: Prof. Tang Fang Fang (Professor of Economics, National School of Development, Peking University)
Date: 22 January (Tuesday)
Time: 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Venue: H302, Residential & Amenities Complex, HKSYU
1) Refreshment will be provided.
2) Free Admission.
3) Registration is not compulsory but recommended for seat-reservation and news update.
This workshop will briefly introduce the history and philosophy of experimental research method in economics and business studies. Is the experimental method possible and feasible for social science research, particularly for behavioral research? Is this method complicated or difficult for beginners? What can we learn from this relatively new approach? I will try to argue that it is a powerful tool for various fields and very feasible indeed.
TANG Fang-Fang is Professor of Economics, Finance and Marketing at National School of Development & BiMBA in Peking University, since 2008. He obtained his PhD from Doctoral Program in Quantitative Economics and Informatics, jointly by Universities of Bonn-London School of Economics-Louvain-Paris-Tel Aviv, in 1996, under the supervision of Professor Reinhard Selten, 1994 Nobel Laureate in Economics. He obtained his Master degree in Engineering from Shanghai Jiao Tong University (1988) and his BSc in Applied Mathematics from Chengdu University in Science and Technology (1985). He held various positions in the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, National University of Singapore, Nanyang Technological University and Chinese University of Hong Kong. In 1997, he was awarded the Heinz Sauermann Prize (biennially by the Society of Experimental Economics). Dr. Tang is one of the “Most Cited Chinese Researchers”, ranked by Elsevier, in the category of “Business, Management and Accounting”, from the beginning year 2014 to 2017. His research has extended from game theory and experimental economics to carbon finance and Fintech. He serves as an adviser to various companies including Blockchain start-ups.