Dr Stephen Cheung

BEc(Hons) Sydney, MA Yale, PhD Sydney
Lecturer

H04 - Merewether Building
The University of Sydney

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Biographical details

Stephen Cheung has been researching primarily in the field of experimental economics since 2009. He is currently active in three broad areas of experimental research ? relating to risk and time preferences, conditional cooperation and punishment in social dilemmas, and experimental asset markets. His broader teaching and research interests are in the fields of behavioural economics and finance, microeconomic theory, public finance, economic education, and labour economics.

Stephen completed his PhD on ?Credentials and Learning in the Labour Market for Young Australians? at The University of Sydney in August 2006, and was promoted to Lecturer in Economics in July 2007. Prior to this, he also undertook studies at Yale University, and held an appointment at The Australian National University.

Research interests

  • Experimental economics
  • Behavioural finance
  • Economic education
  • Labour economics

JEL codes

Major Fields: Microeconomics

Specific Fields: Experimental economics, behavioural finance, economic education, labour economics

Associations

Research Fellow, Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA), since January 2008.

Awards and honours

Teaching Excellence Award, Faculty of Economics and Business, The University of Sydney, 2001.

Selected publications

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Journals

  • Cheung, S. (2014). New insights into conditional cooperation and punishment from a strategy method experiment. Experimental Economics, 17(1), 129-153. [More Information]
  • Cheung, S., Hedegaard, M., Palan, S. (2014). To see is to believe: Common expectations in experimental asset markets. European Economic Review, 66, 84-96. [More Information]
  • Cheung, S., Palan, S. (2012). Two heads are less bubbly than one: team decision-making in an experimental asset market. Experimental Economics, 15(3), 373-397. [More Information]
  • Cheung, S. (2010). A test of employer learning in the labour market for young Australians. Applied Economics Letters, 17(1), 93-98. [More Information]
  • Cheung, S. (2008). Using Mobile Phone Messaging as a Response Medium in Classroom Experiments. The Journal of Economic Education, 39(1), 51-67.
  • Cheung, S. (2005). A Classroom Entry and Exit Game of Supply with Price-Taking Firms. The Journal of Economic Education, 36(4), 358-368.
  • Cheung, S. (2003). On the use of classroom experiments in "aligned" teaching. Economic Analysis and Policy, 33(1), 61-72.

Conferences

  • Cheung, S. (2006). A test of employer learning in the labour market for young Australians. 35th Australian Conference of Economists ACE 2006, Perth, Australia: Curtin University of Technology.
  • Cheung, S. (2005). Mobile Simulation Gaming in Economics Education: Progress and Prospects. IADIS International Conference on Mobile Learning 2005, Lisbon, Portugal: IADIS Press.
  • Cheung, S. (2005). Notes towards a simplified pedagogy of oligopoly theory. Eleventh Australasian Teaching Economics Conference (ATEC11): Innovation for Student Engagement in Economics, Sydney, Australia: School of Economics and Political Science, University of Sydney.
  • Cheung, S. (2004). Fun And Games With Mobile Phones: Sms Messaging In Microeconomics Experiments. 21st Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education (ASCILITE), Perth, W.A.: ASCILITE.

2014

  • Cheung, S. (2014). New insights into conditional cooperation and punishment from a strategy method experiment. Experimental Economics, 17(1), 129-153. [More Information]
  • Cheung, S., Hedegaard, M., Palan, S. (2014). To see is to believe: Common expectations in experimental asset markets. European Economic Review, 66, 84-96. [More Information]

2012

  • Cheung, S., Palan, S. (2012). Two heads are less bubbly than one: team decision-making in an experimental asset market. Experimental Economics, 15(3), 373-397. [More Information]

2010

  • Cheung, S. (2010). A test of employer learning in the labour market for young Australians. Applied Economics Letters, 17(1), 93-98. [More Information]

2008

  • Cheung, S. (2008). Using Mobile Phone Messaging as a Response Medium in Classroom Experiments. The Journal of Economic Education, 39(1), 51-67.

2006

  • Cheung, S. (2006). A test of employer learning in the labour market for young Australians. 35th Australian Conference of Economists ACE 2006, Perth, Australia: Curtin University of Technology.

2005

  • Cheung, S. (2005). A Classroom Entry and Exit Game of Supply with Price-Taking Firms. The Journal of Economic Education, 36(4), 358-368.
  • Cheung, S. (2005). Mobile Simulation Gaming in Economics Education: Progress and Prospects. IADIS International Conference on Mobile Learning 2005, Lisbon, Portugal: IADIS Press.
  • Cheung, S. (2005). Notes towards a simplified pedagogy of oligopoly theory. Eleventh Australasian Teaching Economics Conference (ATEC11): Innovation for Student Engagement in Economics, Sydney, Australia: School of Economics and Political Science, University of Sydney.

2004

  • Cheung, S. (2004). Fun And Games With Mobile Phones: Sms Messaging In Microeconomics Experiments. 21st Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education (ASCILITE), Perth, W.A.: ASCILITE.

2003

  • Cheung, S. (2003). On the use of classroom experiments in "aligned" teaching. Economic Analysis and Policy, 33(1), 61-72.

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