My research lies in the areas of game theory, general equilibrium, industrial economics, information
economics, and economics of incentives.
My current research work concerns bargaining theory, network games, 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.