Department of Economics

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LU Jingfeng
Title: Associate Professor
Email: ecsljf Office: AS2 05-27
Tel: 6516 6026 Fax: 6775 2646
Degree: PhD, University of Southern California
Homepage: ideas.repec.org/e/plu116.html
CV: \people\CV\ecsljf.pdf

Teaching Areas:
Contract Theory
Mathematical Economics
Microeconomics

Research Areas:
Auction and Contest
Applied Econometrics
Industrial Organization

Selected Publications:

"Contests with Endogenous Entry", with Q. Fu and Q. Jiao, International Journal of Game Theory, 2014, forthcoming

"Reverse" Nested Lottery Contests (with Q. Fu and Z. Wang), Journal of Mathematical Economics, 2014, 50, 128-140. 

Efficient and Optimal Mechanisms with Private Information Acquisition Costs, with Lixin Ye, Journal of Economic Theory 148 (2013), 393-408.

Optimal Multi-Stage Contest, with Fu Qiang, Economic Theory, 51(2), 2012, 351-382, Reviewed by NAJ Economics.

Optimal Auctions with Asymmetric Financial Externalities, Games and Economic Behavior, 74, 2012, 561-575.

Incentivizing R&D: Prize or Subsidies?, with Fu Qiang and Yuanzhu Lu, International Journal of Industrial Organization, 30(1), 2012, 67-79.

Micro Foundations for Generalized Multi-Prize Contest: A Noisy Ranking Perspective, with Fu Qiang, Social Choice and Welfare, 38(3), 2012, 497-517.

Entry Coordination and Auction Design with Private Costs of Information-Acquisition ", Economic Inquiry, 48(1), 2010, 274-289.

Contest Design and Optimal Endogenous Entry, with Qiang Fu, Economic Inquiry, 48(1), 2010, 80-88.

Private Provision of a Discrete Public Good with Voluntary Participation, with Euston Quah, Journal of Public Economic Theory, 11(3), 2009, 343-362.

The Beauty of "Bigness": on Optimal Design of Multi Winner Contests, with Qiang Fu, Games and Economic Behavior, 66, 2009,146-161.

Auction Design with Opportunity Cost, Economic Theory, 38(1), 2009: 73-103.

Estimating Risk Aversion Using Ascending and Sealed Bid Auctions: Application to Timber Data, with I. Perrigne, Journal of Applied Econometrics, 23, 2008: 871-896.