Professor Lei Qiao received his Ph.D. in 2016 from National University of Singapore. He joined the School of Economics at Shanghai University of Finance & Economics in 2016. His areas of specialization include Mathematical Economics, Game Theory.
Monte Carlo Sampling Processes and Incentive Compatible Allocations in Large Economies (with Peter J. Hammond and Yeneng Sun), Economic Theory, accepted, 2020.
Modeling large societies: Why countable additivity is necessary (with M. Ali Khan, Kali P. Rath and Yeneng Sun), Journal of Economic Theory, 189 (2020).
Dynamic directed random matching (with Darrell Duffie and Yeneng Sun), Journal of Economic Theory, 174 (2018), 124-183.
On the Closed-graph Property of the Nash Equilibrium Correspondence in A Large Game: A Complete Characterization (with Haomiao Yu and Zhixiang Zhang), Games and Economic Behavior, 99 (2016), 89-98.
Conditional exact law of large numbers and asymmetric information economies with aggregate uncertainty (with Yeneng Sun and Zhixiang Zhang), Economic Theory, 62 (2016), 43–64.
On the space of players in idealized limit games (with Haomiao Yu), Journal of Economic Theory, 153 (2014), 177–190.
Continuous Time Random Matching (with Darrell Duffie and Yeneng Sun).
Robustness of equilibria in games with many players (with Enxian Chen, Xiang Sun and Yeneng Sun).
Mathematical Analysis (Ⅲ), Mathematical Economics