Education: PhD in Economics (University of Minnesota)
Research Interests: Microeconomic Theory, Mathematical Economics, and Game Theory
Wong Kam Chau received his PhD in Economics from the University of Minnesota in 1994. From 1995 to 2020, Professor Wong taught at the Department of Economics at the Chinese of Hong Kong. His research areas include Micro-economic Theory, Mathematical Economics, and Game Theory. He has published papers in academic journals including Journal of Economic Theory, Games and Economic Behavior, Economic Theory, and Journal of Mathematical Economics.
– “Likelihood Relations and Stochastic Preferences,” (with Marcel K. Richter), Journal of Mathematical Economics, 2(2016), 28-35.
– “Long-run Equilibrium with Dominated Strategies,” (with Chongmin Kim), Games and Economic Behavior, 68(2010), 242-254.
– “Network Formation and Stable Equilibrium,” (with Chongmin Kim), Journal of Economic Theory, 133(2007), 536-549.
– “Concave Utility on Finite Sets,” (with Marcel K. Richter) Journal of Economic Theory, 115(2004), 341-357.
– “Non-computability of Competitive Equilibrium,” (with Marcel K. Richter) Economic Theory, 14(1999), 1-