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Jong Jae Lee

PhD Candidate 2016-2017

Wyman 544E
443-939-1585
410-516-7600
jlee427@jhu.edu
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Thesis Title: "Three Essays in Economics of Information"  - Download Abstract (PDF)

Fields: Microeconomic theory, game theory, information economics

Main Advisor: M. Ali Khan (co-chair), Ying Chen (co-chair)

Research:

"Mediator Selection in International Conflict: bias, information, and effectiveness" (job market paper)

"Formalization of Information: Knowledge and Belief"

"Common Knowledge and Interim Incentive Efficiency of a Decision Rule without Information Leakage"

Teaching:

Microeconomic Theory I (graduate), Fall 2012, TA
Econometrics, Spring 2013, TA
Monetary Analysis, Fall 2013, TA
Topics in Political Economy, Spring 2014, TA
Microeconomics (graduate), SAIS, Summer 2014, 2015, TA
Microeconomic Theory, Fall 2014, 2015, TA
Corporate Finance, Spring 2015, TA
International Trade, Summer 2015, 2016, Instructor
Microeconomic Theory II (graduate), Spring 2016, TA
Mathematical Method II: Dynamic Optimization (graduate), Fall 2016, TA

References

Professor M. Ali Khan - akhan@jhu.edu
Professor Ying Chen - ying.chen@jhu.edu
Professor John K.H. Quah - kquah1@jhu.edu