Department of Economics

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CHEW Soo Hong
Title: Professor / Provost's Chair
Email: ecscsh Office: AS2 05-14
Tel: 6516 4875 Fax: 6775 2646
Degree: PhD, University of British Columbia
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Teaching Areas:
Decision theory, microeconomic theory, behavioral and experimental economics

Research Areas:
Decision theory, behavioral and experimental economics, neuroeconomics

Selected Publications:
  1. Chew SH and J. S. Sagi, “An Inequality Measure for Stochastic Allocations”, Journal of Economic Theory 147 (2012), 1517-1544

  2. Zhong S, Israel S, Xue H, Sham P, Ebstein R, and Chew SH. “A Neurochemical Approach to Valuation Sensitivity over Gains and Losses” Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (2009): 4181-4188

  3. Chew SH and J. S. Sagi, “Small Worlds: Modeling attitudes toward Sources of Uncertainty”, Journal of Economic Theory 139 (2008): 1-24

  4. Chew SH and J. S. Sagi, “Event Exchangeability: Probabilistic Sophistication without Monotonicity or Continuity”, Econometrica 74 (2006): 771-786

  5. Chew SH and G. Tan, “The Market for Sweepstakes”, Review of Economic Studies 72 (2005): 1009-1029

  6. Chew SH, L.G. Epstein and U. Segal, “Mixture Symmetry and Quadratic Utility” Econometrica 59 (1991): 139-163

  7. Chew SH and L.G. Epstein, “A Unifying Approach to Axiomatic Non-Expected Utility Theory” Journal of Economic Theory 49 (1989): 207-240

  8. Chew SH and L.G. Epstein, “The Structure of Preferences and Attitudes towards the Timing of the Resolution of Uncertainty” International Economic Review 30 (1989): 103-117

  9. Chew SH, E. Karni and Z. Safra, “Risk Aversion in the Theory of Expected Utility Theory with Rank-Dependent Probabilities” Journal of Economic Theory 42 (1987): 370-381

  10. Chew SH, “A Generalization of the Quasilinear Mean with Application to the Measurement of Income Inequality and Decision Theory Resolving the Allais Paradox” Econometrica 51 (1983): 1065-1092