Fan Yang

Visiting Assistant Professor of Practice in Economics
Fan Yang
Visiting Assistant Professor of Practice in Economics
Email
fy300@nyu.edu
Room
1322

Fan Yang is a Visiting Assistant Professor of Practice in Economics at NYU Shanghai. Prior to joining NYU Shanghai, he was a PhD candidate at the University of Missouri Columbia. He holds a PhD from the University of Missouri Columbia in Economics, an M.S in Financial Engineering from the University of Michigan Ann Arbor and a B.A in Mathematics and Economics from the University of Wisconsin Madison. Professor Yang’s research interests are Industrial Organization, Microeconomics Theory and Game Theory. His work has appeared in Games.

Research

  • Yang, Fan, Ronald Harstad. “The Welfare Cost of Signaling.” Games, 2017.
  • Yang, Fan. “Crowd Sourcing and Firms’ Profitable Distribution Options.”

Working Paper, 2016

  • Yang, Fan. “Conscription and Investment in Own Health.” Work in Progress.

Publications:

  • Yang, Fan, Ronald Harstad. “The Welfare Cost of Signaling.” Working Paper, 2016.
  • Yang, Fan. “Crowd Sourcing and Firms’ Profitable Distribution Options.” Working Paper, 2016.
  • Yang, Fan. “Conscription and Investment in Own Health.” Work in Progress.

Education:

  • PhD, Economics, University of Missouri Columbia, 2016
  • M.S, Financial Engineering, University of Michigan Ann Arbor, 2010
  • B.A, Mathematics and Economics, University of Wisconsin Madison, 2009

Languages:

  • Mandarin
  • English