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LIU, Bin


Assistant Professor

Education Background

Ph.D., Economics, National University of Singapore

B.S., Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, University of Science and Technology of China

Academic Area
Research Field
Microeconomic Theory, Mechanism Design, Industrial Organization, Contests, Auctions
Mathematical Methods for Economic Analysis
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Academic Publications:

1. Enhancing Effort Supply with Prize-Augmenting Entry Fees: Theory and Experiments, (with Robert G. Hammond, Jingfeng Lu, and Yohanes E. Riyanto), International Economic Review, forthcoming.

2. Paring Provision Price and Default Remedy: Optimal Two-Stage Procurement with Private R&D Efficiency, (with Jingfeng Lu), The RAND Journal of Economics, 49 (2018), 619--655.

3. Optimal Prize Allocation in Contests: The Role of Negative Prizes, (with Jingfeng Lu, Ruqu Wang, and Jun Zhang), Journal of Economic Theory, 175 (2018), 291--317.

4. Many-To-Many Disjoint Paths in Hypercubes with Faulty Vertices, (with Xiang-Jun Li, Meijie Ma, and Jun-Ming Xu), Discrete Applied Mathematics, 217 (2017), 229--242.