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Jinpeng Ma

Jinpeng Ma, Ph.D.
Director of Graduate Program and Development
Associate Professor of Economics
Rutgers University, the State University of New Jersey
#329 Armitage Hall
311 North 5th Street
Camden, NJ 08102, USA
Phone: 856-225-2919 and 6136
E-mail: jinpeng@crab.rutgers.edu
http://economics.camden.rutgers.edu/faculty/jinpeng-ma/

Education

State University of New York at Stony Brook, 1989-1993, PhD.
Beijing University of Agricultural Engineering, 1984-1987, MS
Huazhong Agricultural University, 1980-1984, BS

Field of Research

  • Microeconomics, Game Theory

Teaching

  • Industrial Economics
  • Intermediate Macroeconomics
  • Multinational/International Corporate Finance

Professional Experience

2000-presentAssociate Professor with tenure, Department of Economics, Rutgers University-CCAS, Camden, NJ 08102.

Associate Professor (Adjunct), Graduate Program, Department of Economics, Rutgers University-New Brunswick.

 
1994-2000Assistant Professor with tenure-track, Department of Economics, Rutgers University-CCAS, Camden, NJ 08102.
1998-1999Visiting, MEDS Department, Kellogg Graduate School of Management, Northwestern University
1993-1994Postdoctoral Fellowship, The Center for Rationality, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel.

Selected Publications

  • “Value of Hedge and Expected Returns” (with Max Tang and Yuming Wang), SSRN2705992, accepted by the journal Applied Economics
  • “Convergence of Markovian price processes in a financial market transaction model” (joint with Xiaojing Xu and Xiaoping Xie), Operational Research, First online: 11 January 2016 
  • “Technical Analysis, Business Cycle, and Stock Market Returns,’’ Advances in Management and Applied Economics, 2015, 5(2), 43-61 (with Yuming Wang)
  • “Excess Volatility and Cross-section of Stock Returns,” North American Journal of Economics and Finance, 2014, vol. 27, pages 1-16 (with Yuming Wang)
  • “Double auction mechanisms on Markovian networks,” Expert System and Applications, 2014, 41(16), 7032-7045 (with Xiaojing Xu, Xiaoping Xie)
  • “The Singleton Core in the College Admissions Problem and its Application to the National Resident Matching Program,” Games and Economic Behavior, 2010, 69 (1), 150-164.
  • “Walrasian Equilibrium in an Exchange Economy with Indivisibilities” (joint with Fusheng Nie), Mathematical Social Science, 46(2003), 159-192.
  • “Stable Matchings and the Small Core in Nash equilibrium in the College Admissions Problem” Review of Economic Design, 7(2002), 117-134.
  • “Job Matching and Coalition Formation with Utility or Disutility of Co-workers” Games and Economic Behavior, 2001(34), 83-103.
  • “An Alternative Proof of an Equilibrium Existence Theorem in Exchange Economies with Indivisibilities” Games and Economic Behavior, 2000(31), 147-151.
  • “Competitive Equilibrium with Indivisibilities” Journal of Economic Theory, 1998(82), 458-468.
  • “On Randomized Matching Mechanisms” Economic Theory, 1996(8), 377-381.
  • “Infinitely Repeated Rental Model with Incomplete Information” Economics Letters, 1995(49), 261-266.
  • “Stable Matchings and Rematching-Proof Equilibria in a Two-sided Matching Markets” Journal of Economic Theory, 1995(66), 352-369.
  • “Strategy-Proofness and the Strict Core in a Market with Indivisibilities” International Journal of Game Theory, 1994(23), 75-83.

Working Papers

Department of Economics, Rutgers University-Camden

Department of Economics, Rutgers University-New Brunswick

  • “Competitive Equilibrium with Indivisibilities” WP9809.
  • “Walrasian Equilibria in a Production Economy with Indivisibilities” WP9712.
  • “English Auctions with Multiple Objects: A Dynamic Approach” WP9702.

The Center for Mathematical Studies in Economics and Management Sciences (Kellogg Graduate School of Management, Northwestern University)

  • “Stable Matchings and the Small Core in Nash equilibrium in the College Admissions Problem” Discussion Paper No. 1247.
  • “Job Matching and Coalition Formation with Utility or Disutility of Co-workers’’ Discussion Paper No. 1230.
  • “Strategic Formation of Coalitions” Discussion Paper No. 1225.

Conference Presentations

  • “Convergence of Markovian price processes in a financial market transaction model” (joint with Xiaojing Xu and Xiaoping Xie), presented in the International Conference in Honor of Abraham Neyman, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Summer 2015.
  • “Bubbles, Crashes and Efficiency with Double Auction Mechanisms”, the 20th International Conference of Game Theory, SUNY at Stony Brook, Stony Brook, July 2011.
  • “Jobless Recovery, Idle Productivity, and the Role of Capital,’’ The International Conference on Policy Modeling EcoMod2009, Ottawa, Canada, June 2009.
  • “Walrasian Equilibrium in an Exchange Economy with Indivisibilities” NATO Advance Workshop on “Equilibrium and Allocation of Discrete Resources” Istanbul, Turkey, 2001.
  • “Competitive Equilibria in a Production Economy with Indivisible Goods” International Conference of Game Theory, 1998
  • “English Auctions with Multiple Objects: A Dynamic Approach” The 1997 Winter Meeting of the Econometric Society, New Orleans, L.A., January 1997.
  • “Competitive Equilibrium with Indivisibilities: Price Discrimination and Manipulation” The International Conference of Game Theory, SUNY at Stony Brook, July 1996.
  • “Strategic Formation of Coalitions” The 1996 Econometric Society Summer Meeting, Iowa, June 1996.
  • The 1995 Summer Conference at the Stanford Institute of Theoretical Economics, Stanford, July, 1995.
  • “Manipulation and Stability in a College Admissions Problem” The 7th Econometric Society World Congress, Tokyo, Japan, August 1995.
  • “Infinitely Repeated Bertrand and Cournot Competition with Incomplete Information” The International Conference in Game Theory and Its Applications In Honor of Professor Robert J. Aumann, Jerusalem, Summer 1995.
  • The 1994 Econometric Society Winter Meetings, Boston, January 1994.

Journals Refereed

  • Discrete Applied Mathematics
  • Econometrica
  • Economic Theory
  • Games and Economic Behavior
  • International Journal of Game Theory
  • Journal of Economic Theory
  • Journal of Mathematical Economics
  • NSF Grants (Matching)
  • Social Choice and Welfare
  • Theory and Decision