Professor Jun YU received his Ph.D. in 2014 from Northwestern University. He joined the School of Economics at Shanghai University of Finance & Economics in 2014. His areas of specialization include microeconomic theory and industrial organization.
Associate Professor (with tenure), School of Economics, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, July 2020 – present;
Associate Professor (tenure track/untenured), School of Economics, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, September 2015 - June 2020;
Assistant Professor, School of Economics, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, July 2014 – September 2015.
'Consumer Search with Blind Buy', (with Yanbin Chen, Sanxi Li and Kai Lin), Games and Economic Behavior, 2021, 126, 402-427.
'Can specialization be optimal when tasks are complementary?' (with Renjie Bao and Sanxi Li), Games and Economic Behavior, 2020, 119, 105-109.
'Bundling Decisions in Multi-Objects Auctions with Optimal Reserve Price' (with Yanbin Chen and Sanxi Li), Economics Letters, 2018, 163, 141-145.
'A Theory of Turnover and Wage Dynamics' (with Jin Li), Economic Inquiry, 2017, 55(1), 223-236.
'Assortative Matching and Risk Sharing' (with Sanxi Li, Hailin Sun and Tong Wang), Journal of Economic Theory, 2016, 163, 248-275.
'Bundling Decisions in Procurement Auction with Sequential Tasks' (with Sanxi Li, Hailin Sun and Jianye Yan), Journal of Public Economics, 2015, 128, 96-106.
'Bundling or not: The Optimal Auction Design in Public- Private Partnership' (with Sanxi Li and Xundong Yin), China Economic Quarterly, 2015, 15(1), 321-340.
'Contests with Endogenous Discrimination'(with Sanxi Li), Economics Letters, 2012, 117, 834-836.
'Consumer Search with Price Sorting'
'Competitive Targeted Online Advertising', R&R at International Journal of Industrial Organization.
'Product Fit Uncertainty and Strategic Return and Refund Policy', R&R at International Journal of Industrial Organization.
'Change in Risk and Bargaining Game'
'Search Prominence with Costly Product Return'
Game Theory and Information Economics