Associate Professor of Economics
Institute for Social and Economic Research, Nanjing Audit University
86 West Yushan Road, Pukou District, Nanjing, Jiangsu Province
Professor Hong Wang’s research is in the area of auction and incentive theory, as well as asset
securitization, contracting, as well as market structure and regulation. Recent work has examined auction mechanisms, the optimal design of securities, and the influences of information asymmetries on corporate funding and investment.
Financial Economics, under-graduate level, Southeast University, 2010-2016
Financial Statistical Analysis, under-graduate level, Southeast University, 2010-2014
Private Equity, graduate level, Southeast University, 2012-2016
 Hong Wang, “Contingent Payment Auction Mechanism in Multidimensional Procurement Auctions”, European Journal of Operational Research, 2013, 1(224), 404-413.
 Hong Wang,“Optimal Implicit Collusion in Repeated Procurement Auctions”, Journal of Economics, 2016, (117), 259-284.
 Hong Wang, Hong-min Chen, “Deterring Bidder Collusion: Auction Design Complements Antitrust Policy”, Journal of Competition Law and Economics, 2016, 12(1), 31-68.
 Hong Wang, “Design and Analysis for Multi-Unit Online Auctions”, European Journal of Operational Research, 2017, 258(3), 1191-1203. .
 Hong Wang,“Information Acquisition vs. Information Manipulation in Multi-period Procurement Markets”, Information Economics and Policy, 2017, 40, 48-59.
 Hong Wang, “Optimal Security Design in Securitization with Endogenous Information Acquisition”, Working paper, 2016.
 Hong Wang, “Optimal Design for Asset-backed Securities in Common Value Auctions”, Working paper, 2016.
 Hong Wang, “Analysis of Limited Corruption in MultidimensionalProcurement Auctions”, Working paper, 2014.