I am a Professor of Experimental Economics within the Department of Economics and Finance of the Durham University Business School, and the Luojia Chaired Professor of Wuhan University. I received a B.S. in Mathematical Economics from Tulane University (1988) and a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Arizona (1997). I have previsouly held full time academic appointsments at University of California – San Diego, National University of Singapore, Xiamen University, and was a research scientist at the IBM TJ Watson Research Lab.
My research largely is in the areas of experimental economics, behavioural game theory, behavioural operations management, asset markets, and auctions. Leading international academic journals such as Management Science, Marketing Science, Economic Journal, and Journal of Economic Theory have published my papers. I successfully garnered competitive grants funding from the ESRC in the UK, the NSF in the US and the MOE of China. My teaching expertise covers Microeconomics, Econometrics and Experimental Economics at both the undergraduate and post graduate level. My service record includes key research and academic leadership roles. Here you will find links to my CV and research papers (published and current working papers.)
Professor Jason Shachat
Durham University Business School
Mill Hill Ln
jason.shachat at gmail dot com