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College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Department of Economics



Ming Hsu

Assistant Professor of Economics

Research Interests

Behavioral economics, Experimental economics, Neuroeconomics

PhD

Social Sciences, California Institute of Technology, 2006

Selected Publications

  • “Neural Coding of Outcome Uncertainty,” with Peter Bossaerts, Kerstin Preuschoff, Colin Camerer, Christopher Fiorillo, Philippe Tobler, and Wolfram Schultz, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B.B363:3801-3811, 2008 .
  • “The Neurobiological Foundations of Valuation in Human Decision Making under Uncertainty,” Peter Bossaerts, and Kerstin Preuschoff in Paul Glimcher, Colin Camerer, Ernst Fehr, and Russell Poldrack, eds. (2008) Neuroeconomics: Decision Making and the Brain. Amsterdam, Elsevier
  • “The Right and the Good: Distributive Justice and Neural Encoding of Equity and Efficiency,” with Cédric Anen, and Steven Quartz, Science, vol. 320 (2008), 1092-1095.
  • “Neural Systems Responding to Degrees of Uncertainty In Human Decision Making,” with Meghana Bhatt, Ralph Adolphs, Daniel Tranel, and Colin Camerer, Science, vol. 310 (2005), 1624-1625.
  • Hirota, Masayoshi, Ming Hsu, Charles Plott, and Brian Rogers. "Experiements in the Dynamics of General Equilibrium Systems: Divergence, Closed Cycles and Convergence" Caltech Working Paper 1239.
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