Visiting Assistant Professor of Practice in Economics
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.
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.
PhD, Economics, University of Missouri Columbia
M.S, Financial Engineering, University of Michigan Ann Arbor