- Wong, R. S. (2020). An Alternative Explanation for Attribute Framing and Spillover Effects in Multidimensional Supplier Evaluation and Supplier Termination: Focusing on Asymmetries in Attention. Decision Sciences, Accepted.
- Wong, R. S., Osman, M, Wong, W. H., Lin, Y. and Ho, K. (2019). Saving for a better retirement: How risk attitudes affect choice of retirement scheme, Psychological Reports, 122(1), 305-322.
- Wong, R. S. and Howard, S. (2018). Think twice before using door-in-the-face tactics in repeated negotiation: Effects on negotiated outcomes, trust and perceived ethical behaviour, International Journal of Conflict Management, 29(2), 167-188.
- Wong, R. S. and Howard, S. (2017). Blinded with power: Untangling the inconsistencies of mixed results regarding power and efficiency in Negotiation, Group Decision and Negotiation, 26(2), 215-245.
- Cheung, T., Wong, W. H., Wong, R. S. & Zhu J. (2016). Does online group buying benefit or destroy retail businesses? International Journal of Business and Economics, 15(1), 1-16.
- Wong, R. S. (2015). The Hidden Costs of the Door-in-the-face Tactic in Negotiations, Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing, 218, 61-74.
- Wong, R. S. (2015). Knowledge of Opponents’ Power in Power-Asymmetric Negotiations: Whose Knowledge Shapes the Structure of Outcomes?, Contemporary Management Research, 11(2), 117-142.
- Wong, R. S., & Wong, W. H. (2015). Subadditivity in Resource Allocation: An Experimental Study of the Hong Kong Mandatory Retirement Protection Scheme, International Journal of Business and Economics, 13(2), 93-113.
- Wong, R. S. (2014). Risk Attitude towards Mandatory Retirement Protection in Hong Kong: Why are risky investments more attractive?, Asian Social Science, 10(6), 205-211.
- Wong, R. S. (2014). Same Power but Different Goals: How Does Knowledge of Opponents’ Power Affect Negotiators' Aspiration in Power-Asymmetric Negotiations?, Global Journal of Business Research, 8(3), 77-89.
- July 2015 The International Group Decision and Negotiation Conference, Warsaw, Poland
Paper Presented: The Hidden Costs of Door-in-the-face Tactic in Negotiation
- July 2013 The 12th International Decision Sciences Institute Conference, Bali, Indonesia
Paper Presented: Subadditivity in Resource Allocation: An Experimental Approach to Investigating the Effect of Unpacking Fund Categories
- March 2012, London Judgement and Decision Making Group, University College London
Paper Presented: Why does Knowledge of Opponents’ Position Matter in Power-asymmetric Negotiations?
- March 2005, European Doctoral Conferences, Tanaka Business School, Imperial College
Paper Presented: Impacts of BATNA-asymmetries on Negotiation Dyads’ Abilities to Reach Efficient Agreements
- Principal Investigator, “The Hidden Costs of the Use of Compliance Tactics in Repeated Negotiation”, $220,900, with M. Osman, awarded in 2019. (Ref: UGC/FDS14/H17/19)
- Principal Investigator, " Systematic Biases in Hong
Kong's Mandatory Provident Funds and UK's Individual Savings Account",
$589,260, with W. H. Wong and M. Osman, awarded in 2014. (Ref: