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Yuntong Wang

Yuntong WangOffice Location: 6109 Lambton Tower
Office Ext.: 2382
Web site: /yuntong  
Email: yuntong@uwindsor.ca  

Yuntong Wang obtained his Ph.D. in Economics at the University of Montreal in 2000. He is now a Professor at the Department of Economics, University of Windsor.

His current research interests include cost sharing problems on networks, designing efficient and incentive-compatible water allocation mechanisms, and applications of convex analysis in economic theory.

Research Interests:

  • Microeconomics
  • Game Theory
  • Mathematical Economics

Selected Bibliography:

Technology Transfer, Welfare, and Wage Inequality (with Xiaopeng Yin), Review of Development Economics  20(2) (2016), 611-623
 
Sharing a Polluted River Network (with Baomin Dong, Debing Ni), accepted, Environmental and Resource Economics, 53 (2012), 367-387

Highway Toll Pricing  (with Baomin Dong, Guixia Guo), European Journal of Operational Research 220 (2012), 744-751

Trading water along a river, Mathematical Social Sciences 61(2011), 124-130

Efficient Trading with Nonlinear Utility  (with Hu Lu),  Journal of Mathematical Economics 46 (2010), 595-606

Efficient Trading with Restriction (with Hu Lu), Review of Economic Design 13 (2009), 319-334

Sharing a Polluted River (with Debing Ni), Games and Economic Behavior 60 (2007) 176-186

Subgradients of Convex Games and Public Good Games, Journal of Convex Analysis 14 (2007), No.1, 013-026

Teaching:

  • ECN 503 Microeconomic Theory II
  • ECN 581 Mathematical Economics
  • ECN 323 Advanced Microeconomics