Qianfeng TANG


Associate Professor (with Tenure)
Microeconomic Theory, Game Theory, Market Mechanism Design
(Ph.D., The University of Texas at Austin, 2011)

Office Address
523, School of Economics
111 Wuchuan Rd

Contact Information:
Telephone: 86-21-35304449
Email: tangqianfeng198@gmail.com
Personal Web Page: http://qianfeng.weebly.com/
Selected Publications
Working Papers
Currently Teaching


Professor Qianfeng Tang received his Ph.D. in May 2011 from The University of Texas at Austin. He joined the School of Economics at Shanghai University of Finance & Economics in June 2011. His areas of specialization include microeconomic theory, game theory and market mechanism design.

Selected Publications
  1. Weak Stability and Pareto Efficiency in School Choice, with Yongchao Zhang, Economic Theory, Accepted, 2020
  2. On Stable and Efficient Mechanisms for Priority-based Allocation Problems, with Kang Rong and Yongchao Zhang, Journal of Economic Theory 187 (2020)
  3. 'Epsilon-Stability in School Choice,' (with Chao Huang and Ziwei Wang), Social Choice and Welfare, 49 (2017), 277-286.

  4. 'Hierarchies of Belief and the Belief-invariant Bayesian Solution,' Journal of Mathematical Economics, 59 (2015), 111-116

  5. 'Interim Partially Correlated Rationalizability,' Games and Economic Behavior, 91 (2015), 36-44

  6. 'A New Perspective on Kesten's School Choice with Consent Idea,' (with Jingsheng Yu), Journal of Economic Theory, 154 (2014), 543-561

Working Papers
  1. The Core of School Choice Problems, with Kang Rong and Yongchao Zhang, 2020
  2. On the Core of Markets with Co-ownerships and Indivisibilities, with Xiang Sun and Mingjun Xiao, 2020
  3. Hierarchical Exchange Rules and the Core in Indivisible Objects Allocation, with Yongchao Zhang, 2016
  4. A Theory of Value Distribution in Social Exchange Networks, with Kang Rong, 2014
  5. A Competitive Model of Ranking Agencies, with Chun Qiu, 2013

Currently Teaching

Advanced Microeconomics, Economic Mathematics, Special Topics on Market Mechanism Design (Graduate)
Intermediate Microeconomics, Advanced Microeconomics, Game Theory (Undergraduate)