Hanqing Advanced Institute of Economics and Finance
Ph.D., Economics, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (GPA 4.0/4.0) 04-06
M.A., Economics, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (GPA 4.0/4.0) 03-04
B.S., Economics, Zhejiang University of Technology (with honors) 98-02
Professor, Hanqing Advanced Institute of Economics and Finance, Renmin University of China, China 2012-
Director, Antitrust and Competition Policy Center
Associate Professor, Hanqing Advanced Institute of Economics and Finance, Renmin University of China, China 2010-2012
Associate Professor, Lingnan (University) College, Sun Yat-Sen University, China 2009-2010
Associate Professor, Southwestern University of Finance and Economics (SWUFE), China 2006-2009.
Director of Graduate Studies, Research Institute of Economics and Management (RIEM), SWUFE, 2006-2007.
Scholar, Department of Economics,
Scholar, Department of Economics,
“100-elite Program” at Sun Yat-Sen University, 2009
Best Paper Award, Global Chinese Real Estate Congress, 2009
SWUFE Outstanding Teacher Award, SWUFE, 2008.
Elliott Award for Excellence in Macroeconomics, UW-Milwaukee, 2005.
Who’s Who on The Chancellor’s List, 2004-2005.
Industrial Organization, Mixed Oligopoly, Regulation and Antitrust, Applied Game Theory and Strategic Management
Advanced Microeconomics, Advanced Management, Doctoral Seminar in Applied Microeconomics, Industrial Organization Theory, Mathematical Economics: Dynamic Optimization
Industrial Organization, Microeconomics
“Per Unit vs. Ad Valorem Royalties under Asymmetric Information,” International Journal of Industrial Organization, Forthcoming. (with J. Heywood and J. Li; Supplementary Appendix)
“Mortgage Rate and Choice of Mortgage Length: A Quasi-experimental Evidence from Chinese Transaction-level Data,” Journal of Housing Economics, Forthcoming. (with G. Deng and Z. Li)
“Managing Service Quality in Multiple Outsourcing,” International Journal of Electronic Commerce, 2014, V.18:125-149. (with X. Zhu and S. K. Mukhopadhyay).
“Superstition and "Lucky" Apartments: Evidence from Transaction-level Data,” Journal of Comparative Economics, 2014, V.42: 109-117. (with M. Shum and W. Sun)
“Trade Liberalization, Product Complexity, and Productivity Improvement: Evidence from Chinese Firms,” The World Economy, 2013, V36: 912-934. (with M. Yu and B. Qu)
“Role of Demand-side Strategy in Quality Competition,” International Journal of Production Economics, 2013, V.145: 696-701. (with S. K. Mukhopadhyay).
“Strategic Delegation in an Experimental Mixed Duopoly,” Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 2013, V.87: 91-100. (with N. Du and J.S. Heywood)
“Sequential Entry and Merger in Spatial Price Discrimination,” Annals of Regional Science, 2013, V.50: 841-859. (with J. S. Heywood)
“Demand-Side Synergy From Unrelated Diversification: The Roles of Simultaneous Consumer Utilities and Two-Sided Markets,” Organization Science, 2012, V.23:207-224. (with R. Priem and A. Alshwer)
“Patent Licensing in a Mixed Oligopoly with a Foreign Firm,” Economics Bulletin, 2012, V. 32: 1191-1197.
“Piece Rates for Professors,” Economics Letters, 2011, V.113: 285-287. (with J. S. Heywood and X. Wei)
“Patent Licensing in a Model of Spatial Price Discrimination,” Papers in Regional Science, 2011, V.90: 589-602. (with J. S. Heywood)
“Optimal privatization in a mixed duopoly with consistent conjectures,” Journal of Economics, 2010, V. 101: 231-46. (with J. S. Heywood)
“Mixed Oligopoly and Spatial Price Discrimination with Foreign Firms,” Regional Science and Urban Economics, 2009, V.39: 592–601. (with J. S. Heywood)
“Mixed Oligopoly, Sequential Entry and Spatial Price Discrimination,” Economic Inquiry, 2009, V.47: 589–97. (with J. S. Heywood)
“Partial Privatization in a Mixed Oligopoly with R&D Rivalry,” Bulletin of Economic Research, 2009, V.61: 165-178. (with J. S. Heywood).
“Delegation in a Mixed Oligopoly: The Case of Multiple Private Firms,” Managerial and Decision Economics, 2009, V.30: 71 - 82. (with J. S. Heywood)
“Privatization and Timing in a Mixed Oligopoly with both Foreign and Domestic firms,” Australian Economic Papers, 2009, V.48: 320-32. (with J. S. Heywood)
“Partial Privatization and Strategic Trade Policy in Differentiated Mixed Oligopoly,” China Economic Quarterly, 2010, V.9:597-608. (in Chinese with G. Deng)
“Optimal Partial Privatization with Asymmetric Demand,” Under referee review. (with J. Heywood and X. Hu)
“Leadership and Privatization in a Mixed Multi-product Oligopoly: An Endogenous Timing Model,” Under referee review.
“Agency Rulemaking and Optimal Regulatory Standard: An Irrelevant Result of Market Structure, ” Working Paper. (with X. Zhan)
“The Optimal Subsidy Scheme for an Oligopoly,” Working Paper.
“Market Leadership and Industrial Quality: an Endogenous Quality and Timing Model,” Under referee review. (in Chinese with X. Wang)
Central University of Finance and Economics, Lingnan University (Hong Kong), Nanjing University, Nankai University, Peking University, Renmin University of China, Shandong University, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, Sun Yat-Sen University, Tsinghua University, Zhejiang University
Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Orlando, “Pursuing customer value vs. pursuing firm profits,” Aug. 2013.
Colloquium of the European Group for Organizational Studies (EGOS), Montreal, “Colluding with customers: How increasing customers’ bargaining power can affect rivalry, performance and industry structure,” Jul. 2013.
Pacific Rim Conference, Western Economic Association International, Tokyo, “Optimal Partial Privatization with Information Asymmetry,” Mar. 2013.
International Symposium on Chinese Economy, Taiwan, Nov. 2012.
United States Society for Ecological Economics Annual Conference, East Lansing, MI, “Environmental Regulation in a Mixed Economy,” Jun. 2011.
Economist Society Annual Conference,
Chinese Real Estate Congress Conference,
Kong Economic Association Conference,
Economic Association Conference,
for Western China Development Studies Annual Conference, Xian, “Bank Financing
and Housing Demand in
Economics Association Conference,
Economists Society Conference,
Economic Association International Conference,
Rim Conference, Western Economic Association International,
Change Workshop at
Economics Association Conference,
of Economics and Finance Conference,
of Economics Seminar,
Midwest Economics Association Conference, Milwaukee, WI, “Should Public Firms Maximize Social Welfare?” Mar. 2005
Local Organizing Committee Member: Asia-Pacific Economic Association (APEA).
Member: American Economic Association (AEA); Academy of Management (AOM); Econometric Society (ES); Royal Economic Society (RES); Western Economic Association International (WEAI); Midwest Economics Association (MEA); Chinese Economists Society (CES).