Contact: heoeunjeong(at)
Department of Economics, Calhoun 212 (+1 615 936 7262) 
VU Station B #351819, 2301 Vanderbilt Place, Nashville TN 37235-1819 

Research interest:
microeconomic theory, axiomatic analysis, market design

Academic positions:

Assistant Professor, Vanderbilt University: August 2013 -
Post doctoral research fellow, University of Bonn: August 2012-July 2013

Short visits:
Stanford University (Fall 2016) Lund University (Summer 2016)

PhD, Economics, University of Rochester 2012                 MA, Economics, Seoul National University 2006
MA, Economics, University of Rochester 2008                  BA, Economics, Seoul National University 2004


 "Probabilistic Assignment: Implementation in Stochastic Dominance Nash Equilibria," with Vikram Manjunath, Social Choice and Welfare, 47 (2017) 5-30

"A Characterization of the Extended Serial Correspondence", with Özgür Yılmaz, Journal of Mathematical Economics, 59 (2015) 102-110

  "Probabilistic Assignment Problem with Multi-unit Demands: A Generalization of the Serial Rule and its Characterization," 
Journal of Mathematical Economics 54 (2014) 40-47

  "The extended serial correspondence on a rich preference domain,'' International Journal of Game Theory 43 (2014) 439–454

  "Strategy-proof Rules for Two Public Goods: Double Median Rules," Social Choice and Welfare 41 (2013) 895-922

"Probabilistic Assignment of Objects: Characterizing the Serial Rule," with Anna Bogomolnaia, Journal of Economic Theory 147 (2012) 2072-2082

  "Queueing problems with two parallel servers," with Youngsub Chun, International Journal of Economic
Theory 4 (2008) 299-315

Working papers:

Preference profiles for efficiency, fairness, and consistency in school choice problems," 2017

• "Kidney Exchange with Immunosuppressants", with Youngsub Chun and Sunghoon Hong, 2017

Work in progress:

• "Financial aid in College admissions: need-based versus merit-based", manuscript available upon request, 2017