LIU, Bin

Title:Assistant Professor
Education Background:Ph.D., Economics, National University of Singapore
B.S., Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, University of Science and Technology of China
Research Field:Microeconomic Theory, Mechanism Design, Industrial Organization, Contests, Auctions
Courses:Mathematical Methods for Economic Analysis
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Academic Publications:

1. “Many-To-Many Disjoint Paths in Hypercubes with Faulty Vertices,” (with Xiang-Jun Li, Meijie Ma, and Jun-Ming Xu), forthcoming, Discrete Applied Mathematics.
2. “Pairing Provision Price and Default Remedy: Optimal Two-Stage Procurement with Private R&D Efficiency,” (with Jingfeng Lu), R&R, The RAND Journal of Economics.
3. “Optimal Contest Design with Incomplete Information,” (with Jingfeng Lu, Ruqu Wang, and Jun Zhang), R&R, Journal of Economic Theory.
4. “The Optimal Allocation of Prizes in Contests with Costly Entry,” (with Jingfeng Lu).
5. “Enhancing Effort Supply with Prize-Augmenting Entry Fees: Theory and Experiments,” (with Robert G. Hammond, Jingfeng Lu, and Yohanes E. Riyanto).