Wei He

Prof. HE Wei
Assistant Professor
Tel: (852) 3943-8196
Email: hewei@cuhk.edu.hk
Office Location: Room 914, Esther Lee Building
Home Page: http://weihe.weebly.com/

BSc in Statistics (Peking University)
Ph.D. in Mathematics (National University of Singapore)
Ph.D. in Economics (The University of Iowa)


Research Interest

Microeconomic Theory
Game Theory
Mechanism Design


Prof. He is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Economics at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. He got the PhD degree at The University of Iowa in 2016. His research interests include Microeconomic Theory, Game Theory, and Mechanism Design. 



  • A remark on discontinuous games with asymmetric information and ambiguity (with Nicholas C. Yannelis), Economic Theory Bulletin, forthcoming.
  • Modeling infinitely many agents (with Xiang Sun and Yeneng Sun), Theoretical Economics, forthcoming.
  • Efficient dynamic mechanisms with interdependent valuations (with Jiangtao Li), Games and Economic Behavior 97 (2016), 166-173.
  • Existence of Walrasian equilibria with discontinuous, non-ordered, interdependent and price-dependent preferences, (with Nicholas C. Yannelis), Economic Theory 61 (2016), 497-513.
  • Existence of equilibria in discontinuous Bayesian games (with Nicholas C. Yannelis), Journal of Economic Theory 162 (2016), 181-194.
  • Equilibrium theory under ambiguity (with Nicholas C. Yannelis), Journal of Mathematical Economics 61 (2015), 86-95.
  • Discontinuous games with asymmetric information: An extension of Reny's existence theorem (with Nicholas C. Yannelis), Games and Economic Behavior 91 (2015), 26-35.
  • On the diffuseness of incomplete information game (with Xiang Sun), Journal of Mathematical Economics 54 (2014), 131-137.

Courses Taught

1st Term
2nd Term