Xiao Luo(Associate Research Fellow ,NUS & Academic Sinica)
Xiao Luo is an associate research fellow at the Institute of Economics, Academia Sinica. He received a Ph.D. in economics from McGill University. He also received a Ph.D. in Systems Engineering, an M.Sc. in Operations Research, and a B.Sc. in Mathematics. His primary research interests are in Game Theory, Economic Theory, and Information Economics. His recent papers are published inGames and Economic Behavior,Journal of Mathematical Economics,EconomicTheory,Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control,Theory and Decision,andFuzzy Sets and Systems.
Assistant Research Fellow, Department of Automation, Tsinghua University, China (1992-1993)
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Department of Economics, McGill University, Canada (1993-1994)
H.I.F. Fellow, Hosei University, Japan (1994-1995)
Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, National Taiwan University (2000-2002)
Assistant Research Fellow, Institute of Economics, Academia Sinica (2002-2003)
H.I.F. Fellowship, Hosei University, Japan (1994-1995)
Major Fellowship, McGill University (1995-1998)
Doctoral Fellowship, SSHRC, Canada (1996-1999)
Fellowship, SSHRC, Canada (2000-2002)
Dean's Honor List, McGill University (2000)
Academia Sinica Research Award for Junior Research Investigators, Taiwan (2002)
Wu Ta-Yu Memorial Prize, National Science Council, Taiwan (2003)
Game Theory, Economic Theory, Information Economics
Luo, X. and C. Ma (2003) "'Agreeing to Disagree' Type Results: A Decision-theoretic Approach," Journal of Mathematical Economics, 39(8), 849-861.
Greenberg, J., X. Luo, R. Oladi and B. Shitovitz (2002) "(Sophisticated) Stable Sets in Exchange Economies," Games and Economic Behavior, 39(1), 54-70.
Luo, X. (2002) "A New Approach to Sum-fuzzy Rational Choice Functions," Fuzzy Sets and Systems, 127(2), 241-246.
Luo, X. (2001) "General Systems and Phi-stable sets - A Formal Analysis of Socioeconomic Environments, “Journal of Mathematical Economics, 36(2), 95-109.
Luo, X. and C. Ma (2001)"Stable Equilibrium in Beliefs in Extensive Games with Perfect Information," Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 25(11), 1801-1825.