Chinese Economy and Auto Industry Expert 521265 CA(S)

Expertise Description

With more than 25 years experience in Economics, my expertise is in auction theory, industrial organization, competition and regulatory policies, and the Chinese economy. My work is concerned with collusion, entry, investments and resale in auction markets; all-units discounts and other loyalty programs; competition in international telephone markets; Nash bargaining with log-convexity; platform competition and standardization; and economic analysis of competition policy and the implications for China. I have also spent over 15 years as an economics expert witness.

Areas of Expertise


Degree Subject Institution
M.Sc./Ph.D Economics California Institute of Technology USA
B.Sc./M.Sc. Mathematics China

Awards & Affiliation

Fellow of the Chinese Economists Society
T.D. MacDonald Chair in Industrial Economics, Competition Bureau, Canada
Sloan Foundation Dissertation Fellowship

Primary Affiliation

Chinese Economists Society