BA 1101400 Washington Ave.,
State University of New York
Albany, NY 12222
Tel: (518) 442-4760
Fax: (518) 442-4736
rzhao at albany dot edu
- Ph.D. in Economics, University of Minnesota, November 2001
- M.A. in Economics, Renmin
of China, 1995
- China-America Economics
Education Exchange Program, Renmin
University of China,
1992 - 1993
- B.S. in Economics and
Management, Renmin University of China, 1992.
- Associate Professor: January
- Assistant Professor: January
2002 – December 2008
- Lecturer: September –
- Contract Theory/Mechanism
Design, Game Theory, Industrial Organization, Organizational Economics,
Finance, Public Economics
Papers (some are available upon request; please download published
papers for personal use only)
- “Renegotiation and Conflict Resolution in
Relational Contracting,” forthcoming, Games and Economic Behavior.
- “Optimal Pooling of
Performance Information,” Latest version, January 2008.
- “Disentangling the
Incentive Factors for Long-run Distribution,” Latest version,
Self-Enforcing Contract in Repeated Principal-Agent with Private
Monitoring,” Latest version, February 2006.
Low Morale,” Economics
Letters, Vol. 103 (1), 2009.
- “All-or-Nothing Monitoring,” American Economic Review, Vol. 98
(4), September 2008.
in Bilateral Trade with Holdup,” Theoretical Economics, Vol.
3 Issue 1, March 2008.
Risk-Sharing with Two-Sided Moral Hazard,” Journal of Economic Theory Vol. 136, 601-640, 2007.
Contracts in Repeated Agency,” (figures) Journal of Economic Theory, Vol.
131, 263-281, 2006. A working paper
version discusses some of the points in further details.
- M.A. and Undergraduate:
Intermediate Microeconomics, Game Theory (MA), Industrial Organization; at
Minnesota: Labor Economics, Managerial Economics
- Ph.D.: Contract Theory, Game
Theory, Mathematical Economics
- American Economic Review,
Economic Theory, European Economic Review, Games and Economic Behavior, International Journal of Business and Economics,
Journal of Economic Theory, Journal of Political Economy, Journal
of Public Economics, Rand Journal of Economics, Review of Economic
Studies, Theoretical Economics
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