Peer-reviewed Journal Publications

[24] Marc Oliver Rieger, Mei Wang, & Thorsten Hens (2016) Estimating cumulative prospect theory parameters from an international survey. Theory and Decision, 17, 1-30. 

[23] Diefeng Peng, Yulei Rao & Mei Wang (2016) Do Top 10 Lists of Daily Stock Returns Attract Investor Attention? Evidence from a Natural Experiment. International Review of Finance, 16(4), 565-593.

[22] Mei Wang, Marc O. Rieger & Thorsten Hens (2016) How time preferences differ: Evidence from 53 countries. Journal of Economic Psychology, 52, 115-135

[21] Mei Wang, Marc O. Rieger & Thorsten Hens (2016) The Impact of Culture on Loss Aversion. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, forthcoming

[20] Jingyi Lu, Xiaofei Xie, Mei Wang & Xin Tang (2015) Double reference Points: The effects of social and financial reference Points on decisions under risk. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 28(5), 451-463.

[19] Wolfgang Breuer, Thorsten Hens, Astrid J. Salzmann & Mei Wang (2015) On the determinants of household debt maturity choice. Applied Economics, 47(5), 449-465.

[18] Amelie Brune, Thorsten Hens, Marc Oliver Rieger, Mei Wang (2015) The war puzzle: contradictory effects of international conflicts on stock markets. International Review of Economics, 62(1), 1-21.

[17] Marc Oliver Rieger, Mei Wang & Thorsten Hens (2015) Risk preferences around the world. Management Science, 61(3), 637-648.

[16] Tonn Talpsepp, Martin Vlcek & Mei Wang (2014) Speculating in gains, waiting in losses: A closer look at the Disposition effect. Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Finance, 2, 31-42.

[15] Luca Taschini, Marc Chesney & Mei Wang (2014) Experimental comparison between markets on dynamic Permit trading and Investment in irreversible abatement with and without non-regulated companies. Journal of Regulatory Economics, 46, 23-50.

[14] Marc Oliver Rieger, Mei Wang & Thorsten Hens (2013) International evidence on the equity premium puzzle and time discounting. Multinational Finance Journal, 17(3/4), 1-15.

[13] Mei Wang, Abraham Bernstein & Marc Chesney (2012) An experimental study on real option strategies. Quantitative Finance, 12(11), 1753-1772.

[12] Marc Oliver Rieger & Mei Wang (2012) Can ambiguity Aversion solve the equity premium puzzle? Survey evidence from international data. Finance Research Letters, 9, 63-72.

[11] Xiao-Fei Xie, Mei Wang, Ruo-Gu Zhang, Jie Li & Qing-Yuan Yu (2011) The role of emtions in risk communication. Risk Analysis, 31(3), 450-465.

[10] Mei Wang, Carmen Keller & Michael Siegrist (2011) The less you know, the more you are afraid of - A Survey on risk perceptions of Investment products. Journal of Behavioral Finance, 12(1), 9-19.

[9] Brigitte Fünfgeld & Mei Wang (2009) Attitudes and behaviour in everyday finance - Evidence from Switzerland. International Journal of Bank Marketing, 27(2), 108-128 (Emerald Outstanding Paper Awards)

[8] Mei Wang & Paul S. Fischbeck (2008) Evaluating lotteries, risks, and risk-mitigation programs. Journal of Risk Research, 11(6), 775-795.

[7] Marc Oliver Rieger & Mei Wang (2008) Prospect Theory for continuous distributions. Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 36(1), 83-102.

[6] Christoph Gort, Mei Wang & Michael Siegrist (2008) Are Pension fund Managers overconfident? Journal of Behavioral Finance, 9(3), 163-170.

[5] Marc Oliver Rieger & Mei Wang (2008) What is behind Priority Heuristic? A mathematical Analysis. Psychological Review, 115(1), 274-280.

[4] Marc Oliver Rieger & Mei Wang (2006) Cumulative Prospect Theory and the St. Petersburg Paradox. Economic Theory, 28, 665-679.

[3] Mei Wang & Paul S. Fischbeck (2004) Incorporating framing into Prospect Theory modeling: A mixture-model Approach. Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 29(2), 181-197.

[2] Mei Wang & Paul S. Fischbeck (2004) Similar in how to Frame, but different in what to choose. Marketing Bulletin, 15, 17-28.

[1] Xiao-Fei Xie, Mei Wang & Lian-Chang Xu (2003) What risks are Cinese concerned about? Risk Analysis, 23(4), 685-695.

Book Collections

Christoph Gort & Mei Wang (2010) Overconfidence and active Management by Pension fund Managers. In: The handbook of Behavioral Finance, Brian Bruce (ed), Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd.

Brigitte Fünfgeld & Mei Wang (2010) Customer Segmentation in Swiss retail Banking. In: Marketing Financial Services, Jillian Farquhar and Arthur Meidan (ed), 2nd Edition, Palvgrave MacMillan.

Mei Wang (2009) Auch in China werden die Schweizer Banken lernen müssen, Nein zu sagen. In: Neustart: 50 Ideen für einen starken Finanzplatz Schweiz, Claude Baumann & Ralph Pöhner (ed), NZZ Verlag, 109-114.

Mei Wang (2009) Märkte für Derivate und strukturierte Produkte - ein globaler Vergleich. In: Optionen, Derivate und strukturierte Produkte: Ein Praxisbuch, Marc Oliver Rieger (ed), NZZ Verlag, 333-362.

Mei Wang & Thorsten Hens (2007) Hat Finance eine kulturelle Dimension? In: International Finance, Finanzmärkte Effizienz und Sicherheit, Brigitte Strebel-Aerni (ed), Schulthess, 71-83. 

Working Papers

Dennis Dlugosch & Mei Wang (2014) Relation between equity home bias and ambiguity Aversion: An international study. SSRN working paper.

Dennis Dlugosch, Kristian Horn & Mei Wang (2014) Behavioral determinants of home bias-theory and Experiment. SSRN working paper.

Yujing Gong & Mei Wang (2014) Ambuigity Aversion, Information unvertainty and momentum around the world. SSRN working paper.

Diefeng Peng, Yulei Rao & Mei Wang (2014) Are top-tens better? A study on Investor Attention and ranking lists. SSRN working paper.

Thorsten Hens, Marc Oliver Rieger & Mei Wang (2014) How time preferences differ: Evidence from 52 countries. Working paper.

Thorsten Hens & Mei Wang (2007) Does Finance Have Cultural Dimension? NCCR working paper, University of Zurich.

Mei Wang (2006) Prospect Theory in Behavioral Finance. NCCR working paper, University of Zurich.

Other Articles

Mei Wang (2014) Go Siegen und die unsterbliche Liebe für Go, DGoZ, 89(6), pp. 10-15.

Mei Wang (2007) Chinesen und das Risiko - ein interessantes Forschungsthema, OecNews, pp. 4-5, May.

Mei Wang (2006) Worst Case ist nicht gleich Worst Case. Schweizer Monatshefte, Nr. 09/10, pp. 25-26.