Dr. Hu Gaoji received his Ph.D. in Economics from National University of Singapore (NUS), his Master's degree in Economics from Shanghai University of Finance and Economics and his Bachelor's degrees in Economics and Mathematics from Wuhan University. His research interests are mechanism design, matching/market design and revealed preference analysis. He is currently working on research projects focusing on resource allocation and matching with incomplete information.
'The Revealed Preference Theory of Stable Matchings with One-sided Preferences,' with Jiangtao Li and Rui Tang, Games and Economic Behavior, 2020, 124: 305-318.
'Learning by Matching,' with Yi-Chun Chen, Theoretical Economics, accepted(2019).
'A Theory of Stability in Matching with Incomplete Information,' with Yi-Chun Chen, R&R at American Economic Journal: Microeconomics, 2021.
'A Theory of Revealed Indirect Preference,' with Jiangtao Li, John Quah and Rui Tang, 2021.
'Optimal Multi-unit Allocation with Costly Verification,' with Geoffrey Chua and Fang Liu, 2019.
'A Note on Bayesian Stability and Bayesian Efficiency,' with Yi-Chun Chen, 2020.
'Deferred Acceptance with Incomplete Information,' with Yi-Chun Chen, 2020.
'Resource-consuming Deferred Acceptance,' with Ning Sun, Jingsheng Yu and Ning Yu, 2017.
Reviewer for Journals
Econometrica, Journal of Mathematical Economics, Journal of Economic Behavior &Organization, Mathematical Social Sciences, Theory & Decision, and Economics Bulletin.