My research lies in the areas of game theory, general equilibrium, industrial economics, information
economics of incentives.
My current research work concerns bargaining theory, matching theory, mechanism design, cross-holdings and competitive implications,
quality signaling, endogenous altruism.
I teach undergraduate courses on intermediate microeconomic theory, information economics, graduate courses on markets, incentives, and game theory.
I serve on editorial board for Economic Theory, Pacific Economic Review, and Frontiers of Economics in China.