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Kei Tsutsui is a lecturer in Economics. Before joining the University of Bath in 2014, he worked as a research associate at the Centre for Behavioural and Experimental Social Science (CBESS) in the University of East Anglia and as a lecturer at Frankfurt School of Finance & Management. He completed his master and PhD degrees at the University of East Anglia.
His main interests are in the field of experimental economics. By observing real human behaviour in a controlled environment, experimentalists aim to test hypotheses derived from theoretical models, or discover new economic hypotheses. His research topics focus on social choice, bargaining, choice under uncertainty, the level-k thinking and the evolution of social conventions.
Kei holds the visiting Fellow position in Portsmouth Business School, University of Portsmouth.
He is Director of Studies for the MRes Economics programme.
- Experimental Economics
- Economic Theory
Willing to supervise doctoral students
Interested in supervising students studying experimental economics on bargaining, social preferences, public goods and macroeconomics
Tsutsui, K., 1 Mar 2019, In: Games and Economic Behavior. 114, p. 193-214 22 p.
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Tsutsui, K. & Zizzo, D. J., 29 Aug 2019, In: Social Choice and Welfare. p. 1-29 29 p.
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Tsutsui, K., 1 Oct 2018, In: Journal of Conflict Resolution. 62, 9, p. 2017-2039 23 p.
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An experiment on individual ‘parochial altruism’ revealing no connection between individual ‘altruism’ and individual ‘parochialism’Corr, P. J., Hargreaves-heap, S., Seger, C. & Tsutsui, K., 20 Aug 2015, In: Frontiers in Psychology. 6, 1261.
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Tsutsui, K., 31 Dec 2014, In: Experimental Economics. 17, 4, p. 537-563 27 p.
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