Dr Daniel Li, BSc, BA, MA, MPhil, PhD
Dr Daniel LI joined Durham University Business School in September 2011 as Lecturer in Economics after completing his DPhil at Oxford. Previously, he had extensive professional and research experiences in international organizations and research institutes, such as World Bank and Peking University.
His current research focuses on contract theory, industrial organization, as well as the incentive and institutional issues in development. His research papers have appeared in well-known academic journals, such as Journal of Comparative Economics and Economics Letters, and top Chinese academic journals.
Potential areas of supervision
I am willing to consider proposals from research students in any of my fields of interest listed below.
- Contract Theory
- Industrial Organisation
- Chinese Economy
Journal papers: academic
- Zhiyun Li, D (2012). Seller Cheap Talk in Almost Common-value Auctions. B.E. Journal of Theoretical Economics 12(1): 8.
- Zhiyun Li, D. (2010). Regulating Risk-averse Producers: The Case of Complementary Products. Economics Letters 106(3): 230-233.
- Yifu Lin, J. & Zhiyun Li, D (2008). Policy Burden, Privatization and the Soft Budget Constraint. Journal of Comparative Economics 36(1): 90-102.
- Zhiyun Li, D (2008). Positive and Normative: Why Economists Disagree. Zhejiang Social Science 2.
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