I have been professor of economics at Johns Hopkins since January 2016. I received my bachelors degree from the National University of Singapore and my doctorate from the University of California at Berkeley. My current research focusses mainly on topics in monotone comparative statics and revealed preference analysis. I am also interested in, and have worked on, issues in demand aggregation, general equilibrium, and environmental economics.
John K.H. Quah
Wyman Park Building 592
Research Interests: Economic Theory, Applied Microeconomics and Behavioral Economics
Education: PhD, UC Berkeley
Please visit my personal website for research papers and seminar/lecture slides
AS.180.646 Revealed preference and comparative statics. Graduate level optional course covering major results in monotone comparative statics and revealed preference analysis.