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Ning (Neil) Yu

Chinese Name: 俞寧



NYu@brookings.edu

http://sites.google.com/site/neilningyu/

Brookings-Tsinghua Center for Public Policy

School of Public Policy & Management

Tsinghua University

Haidian, Beijing, China 100084

CURRENT EMPLOYMENT

2016- Fellow and Director of Research, Brookings-Tsinghua Center for Public Policy

Fellow, The John L. Thornton China Center, Brookings Institution

PAST EMPLOYMENT

2015-2016 Emory University Economics Department: Assistant Professor




EDUCATION

2010-2015 Stanford University: MA and PhD in Economics

Committee: Douglas Bernheim, Paul Milgrom (main adviser), Alvin Roth, and Ilya Segal
2001-2010 Shanghai Jiao Tong University: BA, MA, and PhD in Management



PUBLICATIONS


Yu, Ning Neil. "A Quest for Fundamental Theorems of Social Choice." Social Choice and Welfare, 44 (2015), 533-48.
Yu, Ning Neil. "A One-Shot Proof of Arrow’s Theorem and the Gibbard-Satterthwaite Theorem." Economic Theory Bulletin 1, no. 2 (2013): 145-149.
Yu, Ning Neil. "A One-Shot Proof of Arrow’s Impossibility Theorem." Economic Theory 50, no. 2 (2012): 523-25.
Yu, Ning, Thorsten Chmura, Thomas Pitz, and Ning Sun. "Bargaining over Perfect Complements Owned Separately: With Experimental Test." Economics Letters 107, no. 2 (2010): 115-18.
Yu, Ning, Qinghua Shi, and Hongtao Jin. "Permanent Land-Use Rights and Endowment Insurance: Chinese Evidence of the Substitution Effect." China Economic Review 21, no. 2 (2010): 272-81.

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

Referee for Economic Theory*21, Social Choice and Welfare*3, Economic Theory Bulletin*8, Journal of Mathematical Economics*3, Economics Bulletin, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, Journal of Economic Theory, Southern Economic Journal, Problems of Post-Communism, Games and Economic Behavior*2, European Journal of Political Economy, International Journal of Game Theory


Conference presentations: Southern Economic Association 86th Annual Meetings, Washington, DC, USA, 2016; Public Management Young Scholar Forum: Unbalanced Urbanization, Shanghai, China, 2015 (Keynote Speech); Workshop on Social Policy in Russia and China, Atlanta, USA, 2015; International Conference on Macroeconomics & 30th Anniversary Commemoration of Yangtze Cruise Conference, Chongqing, China, 2015; North America Econometric Society Summer Meeting, Los Angeles, USA, 2013; Regional Economic Science Association Conference, Tucson, USA, 2012; Chinese Economist Society Annual Conference, Kaifeng, China, 2012; Chinese Economist Society Annual Conference, Beijing, China, 2011.
Seminar presentations: Peking University (National School of Development), 2016; Georgia State University (Department of Economics), 2016; Tsinghua University (School of Public Policy & Management), 2016; Shanghai Jiao Tong University (Antai College of Economics & Management), 2015; Tongji University (School of Economics & Management), 2015; China Colloquium, Confucius Institute in Atlanta, 2015; Emory University (Department of Economics), 2015; Zhejiang University (School of Economics), 2015; University of Glasgow (Adam Smith Business School), 2015; University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign (Department of Economics), 2015; Shanghai Jiao Tong University (Antai College of Economics & Management), 2014; Shanghai University of Finance and Economics (School of Economics), 2014.
Research projects participation: Natural Science Foundation of China - 71473165, 71273172, 71273171, 71073102, 70941027; National Science Foundation – 1156263; etc.
Service at Emory: Member of Campus Interview Committee for the Schwarzman Scholars, 2016; Reviewer for Confucius Institute Course Development Fund, 2016; Advisor of Economics Honors Program Theses (Yanjie Li, 2015, as main advisor; Xin Li, 2016); Faculty Mentor for MORE (Multicultural Outreach and Resources at Emory), 2015
Neil’s writings in Chinese appeared in numerous print and online publications, including Wenhuibao, FTChinese, Guancha.cn, and ThePaper.cn. He writes a column for Guancha.cn: http://www.guancha.cn/yuning.

Teaching



The Political Economy of China, Econ 385 at Emory: Fall 2015 and Fall 2016

Economics and Psychology, Econ 315 at Emory: Spring 2016

Microeconomic Theory I, Econ 500 at Emory: Fall 2016

SCHOLARSHIPS, HONORS AND AWARDS

B. F. Haley and E. S. Shaw Fellowship for Economics, Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research, 2014

Annual Best Research Output Award of 2014, Shanghai Institute of Finance and Law, 2015

Summer Research Fellowship, John M. Olin Program in Law and Economics, Stanford Law School, 2014

Koret Foundation Stanford Graduate Fellowship, Stanford University, 2010-2013

Excellent Teaching /Research Assistant Award, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, 2008







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