Dawen MENG


Contract Theory, Game Theory, Mathematical Economics, Industrial Organization Theory
(Ph.D., Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, 2009)

Office Address
107, School of Economics
111 Wuchuan Rd
Shanghai University of Finance and Economics

Contact Information:
Telephone: +86-21-65902163

Email: devinmeng@126.com

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Selected Publications
Currently Teaching

Associate Research Fellow Dawen Meng received his Ph.D. in 2009 from Shanghai University of Finance and Economics. He joined the School of Economics at Shanghai University of Finance & Economics in 2011. His areas of specialization include contract theory, game theory, mathematical economics and industrial organization theory.  

Selected Publications
  1. Dynamic mechanism design on social networks, Dawen Meng*, Lei Sun* and Guoqiang Tian, Game and Economic Behavior, 2022, Vol. 131, 84–120.

  2. The competitive and welfare effects of long-term contracts with network externalities and bounded rationality, Dawen Meng* and Guoqiang Tian, Economic Theory, 2021, Vol. 72, 337–375.

  3. 'Two-agent collusion proof implementation with arbitrage and correlations', (with Zhe Yang), Review of Economic Design, 2017.9 ,Vol. 21 ,177-229.

  4. 'On the existence of ideal Nash equilibria in discontinuous games with infinite criteria', (with Zhe Yang and Anqiang Wang), Operations Research Letters, Volume 45, Issue 4, July 2017, Pages 362-365

  5. 'Hadamard well-posedness of the α--core', (with Zhe Yang), Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications, Volume 452, Issue 2, 15 August 2017, Pages 957–969

  6. 'Multi-task Incentive Contract and Performance Measurement with Multidimensional Types', Games and Economic Behavior, 77 (2013) 377-404

  7. 'Nonlinear Pricing with Network Externalites'‚ (with Lei Sun)‚ Lecture Notes in Computer Science 5385, pp. 724–731, 2008. Springer-Verlag, ISSN 0302-9743

  8. 'Nonlinear Pricing with Arbitrage: On the Role of Correlation', Proceedings of Financial Engineering and Risk Management Annual International Symposium (2008)

Currently Teaching
Intermediate Microeconomics, Game Theory and Information Economics, International Trade