Welcome to my homepage! My name is Hanzhe Zhang, a PhD student at the Department of Economics, University of Chicago.
My primary research interests lie in microeconomic theory and its applications.
I am supported by the Frank H. Knight Fellowship and the Yahoo! Key Scientific Challenges grant.
You can learn more about my Research
My CV is also included here
along with my biography and updates.
I am co-organizing the Economic Theory Working Group
for weekly student presentations and Market Design/Theory Reading Group for weekly papers discussion.
Please contact me if you are intersted in presenting and/or joining the groups.
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Winter Quarter 2014
- Thesis proposal "Dynamic Matching Models and Applications" has been approved by Gary Becker*, Phil Reny* and Hugo Sonnenschein!
- A draft of "Marriage Age Patterns: A Unifying Theory and Global Evidence" has been updated.
- Scheduled presentations at AEA Annual Meeting, Applied Micro Lunch and Theory Working Group.
- Guest Lecture on "Two-Sided Matching" in ECON207: Honors Game Theory.
- "Evolutionary Justifications for Non-Bayesian Beliefs" has been published in Economics Letters.
- Presentations at Applied Micro Lunch, Family Economics Workshop and Theory Working Group.