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Wen Mao, PhD - Villanova University. Villanova , PA, US

Wen Mao, PhD Wen Mao, PhD

Associate Professor of Economics; Associate Dean of Faculty | Villanova School of Business | Villanova University

Villanova , PA, UNITED STATES

Wen Mao, PhD, is an expert in public finance, game theory, and microeconomic theory.

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Areas of Expertise (9)

Business

Chinese Economy

Industrial Organization

Bargaining Theory

Microeconomic Theory

Public Finance

Game Theory

Voting Theory

Micro Theory

Biography

Professor Wen Mao, PhD, is Associate Dean of Faculty and an Associate Professor in the Department of Economics at Villanova University. She teaches classes on MBA international practicum, game theory, microeconomics, the transition of China's economy, public finance, industrial organization, and sports economics. She also runs a business and cultural immersion program in China for the MBA students.

Dr. Mao's research focuses on the application of Game Theory in pricing, organizational behaviors and elections. Her recent work examines the economic rationales for firms that produce philanthropic goods.

Education (3)

Virginia Polytechnic Institute: PhD

Shanghai Maritime Institute: MA

Shanghai Maritime Institute: BA

Select Accomplishments (2)

Research Award (professional)

Center for Global Leadership, Villanova University

Summer Research Award (professional)

Villanova School of Business

Research Grants (2)

Research Award

Center for Global Leadership 

Villanova University

Summer Research Award

Villanova School of Business 

Villanova University

Select Academic Articles (5)

Profits and Corporate Philanthropy: An Economic Rationale for Dual Mission Firms Managerial and Decision Economics

Wen Mao, John A. Pearce II, Renya Reed Wasson

2015

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The effect of leasing versus buying on entry deterrence Managerial and Decision Economics

Wen Mao, Peter Zaleski

2011

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The Effect of Leasing versus Buying on Entry Deterrence Managerial and Decision Economics

Wen Mao, Peter Zaleski

2011

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Specialists as risk managers: The competition between intermediated and non-intermediated markets Journal of Banking & Finance

Wen Mao, Michael Pagano

2011

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Specialists as Risk Managers: the Competition between Intermediated and Non-intermediated Markets Journal of Banking & Finance

Wen Mao, Michael S. Pagano

2011

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