JP

Faculty

Chia-Hui Chen
Chia-Hui Chen
Field
Microeconomic Theory, Information Economics
Degree
Ph.D., Economics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2009
CV

About my research

My research interests focus on microeconomic theory. In particular, I am interested in dynamic games with incomplete information and strategic information transmission and acquisition. My recent works apply strategic experimentation, signaling, and learning to study problems in industrial organization, organizational economics, and trading mechanisms on online platforms.

Selected publications

1.

“Reputation Concerns in Risky Experimentation,” with J. Ishida and W. Suen, Journal of the European Economic Association, forthcoming

2.

“A War of Attrition with Experimenting Players,” with J. Ishida, Journal of Industrial Economics, forthcoming

3.

“Hierarchical Experimentation,” with J. Ishida, Journal of Economic Theory, 177: 365-404, 2018

4.

“Dynamic Performance Evaluation with Deadlines: The Role of Commitment,” with J. Ishida, Journal of Industrial Economics, 66(2): 377-422, 2018

5.

“Name Your Own Price at Priceline.com: Strategic Bidding and Lockout Periods,” Review of Economic Studies, 79(4): 1341-1369, 2012

1.

“Signaling under Double-Crossing Preferences,” with J. Ishida and W. Suen, ISER Discussion Paper No. 1103, October 2020

2.

“An Entry Game with Learning and Market Competition,” with J. Ishida and A. Mukherjee, ISER Discussion Paper No. 1043, October 2018

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