[1] "Policy Inertia in a Multiparty Parliamentary Democracy" (2008) with Daniel Diermeier, in Institutions and Economic Performance, ed. Elhanan Helpman. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

[2] "Legislative Bargaining with Reconsideration" (2011) with Daniel Diermeier, Quarterly Journal of Economics, 126(2): 947-985.

[3] "Bargaining over the Budget" (2011) with Daniel Diermeier, Social Choice and Welfare, 26(3-4): 565-589.

[4] "A Dynamic Theory of Parliamentary Democracy" (2012) with David P. Baron and Daniel Diermeier, Economic Theory, 49(3): 703-738.

[5] "Characterization of the Von Neumann-Morgenstern Stable Set in a Non-Cooperative Model of Dynamic Policy-Making with a Persistent Agenda Setter." (2012) with Daniel Diermeier, Games and Economic Behavior, accepted.

Working Papers

[6] "Endogenous Limits on Proposal Power in Distributive Politics" (2012) with Daniel Diermeier.

[7] "Agenda Setting with Endogenous Agenda Setters" (2012) with Jianpeng Deng.

[8] "Dynamic Legislative Bargaining with Endogenous Proposers" (2012) with Jianpeng Deng.

[9] "Rent-seeking in distributive politics with endogenous proposers" (2011) with Jianpeng Deng.

[10] "Dynamic Government Formation and Policy Choice" (2012).


City University of Hong Kong (2009~present)

  • Industrial Organization (undergraduate)
  • Game Theory (undergraduate)
  • Topics in Microeconomics (PhD and Master)
  • Managerial Economics

Kellogg School of Management

  • Statistical Methods for Managerial Decisions (MBA)

Northwestern University

  • Methodology I (PhD)
  • Positive Political Theory (undergraduate)

Concordia University

  • Labor Economics I: Labor Market Economics (undergraduate)
  • Labor Economics II: Personnel Economics (undergraduate)
  • Public Finance (graduate)
  • Political Economics (graduate)

University of Rochester

  • Intermediate Microeconomics (undergraduate)