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.
- Weak Stability and Pareto Efficiency in School Choice, with Yongchao Zhang, Economic Theory, Accepted, 2020
- On Stable and Efficient Mechanisms for Priority-based Allocation Problems, with Kang Rong and Yongchao Zhang, Journal of Economic Theory 187 (2020)
'Epsilon-Stability in School Choice,' (with Chao Huang and Ziwei Wang), Social Choice and Welfare, 49 (2017), 277-286.
'Hierarchies of Belief and the Belief-invariant Bayesian Solution,' Journal of Mathematical Economics, 59 (2015), 111-116
'Interim Partially Correlated Rationalizability,' Games and Economic Behavior, 91 (2015), 36-44
'A New Perspective on Kesten's School Choice with Consent Idea,' (with Jingsheng Yu), Journal of Economic Theory, 154 (2014), 543-561
- The Core of School Choice Problems, with Kang Rong and Yongchao Zhang, 2020
- On the Core of Markets with Co-ownerships and Indivisibilities, with Xiang Sun and Mingjun Xiao, 2020
- Hierarchical Exchange Rules and the Core in Indivisible Objects Allocation, with Yongchao Zhang, 2016
- A Theory of Value Distribution in Social Exchange Networks, with Kang Rong, 2014
- A Competitive Model of Ranking Agencies, with Chun Qiu, 2013
Advanced Microeconomics, Economic Mathematics, Special Topics on Market Mechanism Design (Graduate)
Intermediate Microeconomics, Advanced Microeconomics, Game Theory (Undergraduate)