Xinyang obtained his bachelor's and master's degrees in mathematics from Johns Hopkins. Attracted by the beauty of the general equilibrium theory, he did a doctorate study in economics at Yale. Xinyang's main research field is economic theory. He likes questions on modeling economic agents, how these agents interact in a cooperative or competitive environment, the connections between economic models, and all sorts of applications. His interests in economic theory are complemented by their mathematical correspondence, in particular, analysis.
Topics of Interest
- General Equilibrium Theory, Game Theory, Mathematical Economics