1. Lu Dong, Lingbo Huang, Jaimie Lien and Jie Zheng, “How Alliances Form and Conflict Ensues”, conditionally accepted, Games and Economic Behavior.

        2. Yunwen He and Jie Zheng, “Social Information Environment, Dedication Behavior and the Dilemma of Public Goods Provision” (“社会信息环境、奉献行为与公共品供给困境” in Chinese), Journal of Management Sciences in China (《管理科学学报》).

     3. Gaoyang Cai, Qian Jiao, Jingfeng Lu and Jie Zheng, “Coupling Information Disclosure with a Quality Standard in R&D Contests”, Journal of Industrial Economics, forthcoming.

      4. Xiaokuai Shao and Jie Zheng, “Privacy Preference, Price Discrimination, and Policies on Consumer Information Protection” (“隐私偏好、差异化定价与消费者信息保护政策” in Chinese), Economic Research Journal (《经济研究》), February 2024, 2: 210-227.

    5. Xinmi Li and Jie Zheng, “Pure Strategy Nash Equilibrium in 2-Contestant Generalized Lottery Colonel Blotto Games”, Journal of Mathematical Economics, December 2022, 103: 102771.

       6. Yunwen He and Jie Zheng, “Auction Mechanism and Bidding Behavior: Theory and Experiment on Pay-to-Bid Auctions” (“拍卖机制与竞价行为:基于付费竞价式拍卖的理论与实验” in Chinese), Economic Research Journal (《经济研究》), November 2021, 11: 161-176.

       7. Zeng Lian, Jaimie Lien, Lin Lu and Jie Zheng, “International Trade with Social Comparisons”, Review of International Economics, August 2021, 29(3): 533-556.

       8. Maoliang Ye, Jie Zheng, Plamen Nikolov and Sam Asher, “One Step at a Time: Does Gradualism Build Coordination?”, Management Science, January 2020, 66(1): 113-129.

        9. Chun-lei Yang, Boyu Zhang, Gary Charness, Jaimie Lien and Cong Li, "Endogenous Rewards Promote Cooperation”, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Vol. 115, No. 40 (October 2018), p. 9968 - 9973.

       10. Jaimie Lien and Jie Zheng, “Are Work Intensity and Healthy Eating Substitutes? Field Evidence on Food Choices under Varying Workloads”, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, January 2018, 145: 370-401.

       11. Mu Zhang and Jie Zheng,“A Robust Reference-Dependent Model for Speculative Bubbles”, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, May 2017, 137: 232-258.

       12. Jaimie Lien, Xiaohan Zhong and Jie Zheng, “Ex-ante Fairness in the Boston and Serial Dictatorship Mechanisms under Pre-exam and Post-exam Preference Submission”, Games and Economic Behavior, Special Issue in honor of John. O. Ledyard, January 2017, 101: 98-120.

      13. Zhijian Wang, Yanran Zhou, Jaimie Lien, Jie Zheng and Bin Xu, “Extortion can Outperform Generosity in the Iterated Prisoners’ Dilemma”, Nature Communications, 2016, 7: 11125.

      14. Jaimie Lien, Jie Zheng and Xiaohan Zhong, “Preference Submission Timing in School Choice Matching: Testing Fairness and Efficiency in the Laboratory”, Experimental Economics, 2016, 19(1): 116-150.

       15. Jaimie Lien and Jia Yuan,“Selling to Biased Believers: Strategies of Online Lottery Ticket Vendors”, Economic Inquiry, Vol. 53 (July 2015), p. 1506 - 1521.

       16. Jaimie Lien and Jie Zheng, “Deciding When to Quit: Reference-Dependence over Slot Machine Outcomes”, American Economic Review: Papers & Proceedings, 2015, 105(5): 366-370.

       17. David K. Levine and Jie Zheng, “The Relationship between Economic Theory and Experiments”, Handbook of Experimental Economic Methodology, ed. Guillaume Frechette and Andrew Schotter, Oxford University Press, Ch.2, pp.43-57, February 2015.

    18. Jaimie Lien and Jia Yuan, “The Cross-sectional ‘Gambler’s Fallacy’: Set Representativeness in Lottery Number Choices”, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, Vol. 109 (January 2015), p. 163 - 172.

     19. David Eil and Jaimie Lien, “Staying Ahead and Getting Even: Risk Attitudes of Experienced Poker Players”, Games and Economic Behavior, Vol. 87 (September 2014), p. 50 – 69.