[Assistant Professor] Ming-Hung Weng
  • Phone: 56325
  • Email: mhweng@mail.ncku.edu.tw
  • Ph.D. in Economics, Stony Brook University
    (New York, U.S.A.)
  • Neuroeconomics, Experimental Economics, Industrial organization

Experience

(I) EDUCATION

  • Ph.D. (2006) in Economics, Stony Brook University (New York, USA)

(II) EXPERIENCE

2007 - Present

Assistant, Professor Department of Economics, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan

2006 - 2007

Lecturer, Department of Economics, San Francisco State University (USA)

Teaching record

Course taught


Undergraduate level

Economics (I)(II)

Microeconomics (II)

Game Theory

Industrial Economics

Mathematical Economics


Graduate level

Microeconomics (I)

Microeconomics (II)

Neuroeconomics

Game Theory

Service

Publications

A.    Journal Articles

  1. Pang-Jung Liu, Chun-Chia Kung, Kai-Han Tseng, and Ming-Hung Weng*, 。“Aversions against Compound Lotteries – Lessons From Experimental Results of Visual Motion Tasks”。 Taiwan Economic Review(Accepted2015 expected, corresponding author) (TSSCI)
  2. Yair Tauman, and Ming-Hung Weng, "Selling Patent Rights and the Incentive to Innovate,” Economics Letters, Vol. 114, 2012, p. 241-244, (SSCI)
  3. Ming-Hung Weng, "Demand Structure and the Incentive to Innovate,” Mathematical Social Sciences, Vol. 63, 2012, p. 248-251, (SSCI)
  4. Show-ling Jang, Ming-Hung Weng and Yanzhi Wang, Industrial Diversification and Its Impact on Productivity Growth in Taiwan’s Electronics Industry, Asian Economic Journal, Vol. 19, 2005, p.423-443. (EconLit)

B.    Conference Papers

  1. Ming-Hung Weng*, Chun-Chia Kung, Jen-Tang Cheng, I-Reng Hsu, and Hsin- Jung Wu  “Violation of the Reduction Principle, Evidences from fMRI.” Western Economic Association International (WEAI) the 90th Annual Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii, U.S.A.. (June 2015).
  2. Ming-Hung Weng. “The reduction principle under imprecise probability information.” Annual Meeting of Taiwan Society of Cognitive Neuroscience, Taipei. (January 2015)
  3. Ming-Hung Weng, “Licensing When the Rival Uses an Incompatible Technology”, presented at the Global Economy and Regional Development Conference (December 2011).
  4. Ming-hung Weng, “Spatial Competition under Constrained Product Selection”, presented at the 22nd International Summer Festival on Game Theory (July 2011).
  5. Ming-Hung Weng and Chi-Wei Yin, “R&D Competition under Patent Licensing,” Annual Meeting of Taiwan Economic Association (Dec 2009)
  6. Ming-Hung Weng and Yair Tauman, “Selling Patent Rights and the Incentive to Innovate,” the workshop on Innovations and Patent Licensing during the 17th International Summer Festival on Game Theory (July 2006)