Baomin Dong earned his PhD in Economics at the Concordia University. His research areas include the theory of industrial organization, international economics, game theory and applications, environmental economics, economic history, and regulatory economics. He published around two dozen of articles on SSCI listed journals, and two books. He provides consulting services to Asian Development Bank over the years.
He has been organizing conferences and/or sessions in influential conferences such as the Asian Meeting of the Econometric Society (AMES), Society for the Advancement of Economic Theory conferences (SAET), Pan-Pacific Game Theory conferences, Chinese Game Theory Society Conference, Chinese Economist Society conference (CES) etc.
He served as an anonymous referee for the following peer-reviewed scholarly journals: International Economic Review, Journal of Economics, Environmental and Resource Economics, European Journal of Operational Research, Review of Development Economics, Bulletin of Economic Research, Review of International Economics, Games and Economic Behavior, Journal of Banking and Finance, Economics Bulletin, Journal of International Trade and Economic Development, Economic Modelling, Asia-Pacifi
c Journal of Accounting and Economics, Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, Canadian Journal of Economics etc.
Global Imbalance, Income Inequality and Saving Nexus: A New Theory with Evidence from OECD and Emerging Asia, The World Economy, forthcoming
Estimating Outage Costs in China: a modi
fied Tobit Model, Emerging Markets Finance and Trade, forthcoming
A Moral Hazard Model of Parental Care, Hacienda Pública Española, forthcoming
Velocity of Money and Economic Development in Song China, Review of Development Economics, forthcoming