Professor Kang Rong received his Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 2012. He joined the School of Economics at Shanghai University of Finance & Economics in August 2012. His areas of specialization include microeconomic theory, game theory, and mechanism design.
'Unbounded Returns and the Possibility of Credit Rationing: A Note on the Stiglitz-Weiss and Arnold-Riley Models' (with Hengheng Lu), accepted, Journal of Mathematical Economics.
'Public Good Provision with Constitutional Constraint,' accepted, International Economic Review.
'Fair Allocation when Players' Preferences are Unknown,' Economic Inquiry, Volume 56, Issue 1, January 2018, Pages 497-509.
'Bargaining with Split-the-Difference Arbitration,' Social Choice and Welfare, Volume 45, Issue 2, September 2015, Pages 441-455.
'Proportional Individual Rationality and the Provision of a Public Good in a Large Economy,' Journal of Mathematical Economics, Volume 51, March 2014, Pages 187-196.
'Impact of Second-Order Uncertainty on the Efficiency of the Bilateral 0.5-Double Auction,' Mathematical Social Sciences, Volume 65, Issue 1, January 2013, Pages 67-71.
'Alternating-Offer Games with Final-Offer Arbitration,' Games and Economic Behavior, Volume 76, Issue 2, November 2012, Pages 596-610.
'An Axiomatic Approach to Arbitration and Its Application in Bargaining Games,' The B.E. Journal of Theoretical Economics (Contributions), 2012, Volume 12, Issue 1, Article 28.
Game Theory and Information Economics