Linlin Ye received her Ph.D in Economics from University of California Los Angeles. Prior to that, she received a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management from  University of International Business and Economics, and a Master's degree in Mathematical Finance from Central University of Finance and Economics. Her research interests include Market Microstructure, Information Economics, Industrial Organization, Behavioral Economics.

Academic Publications

Working Papers: 

1. Job Market Paper: Understanding the Impacts of Dark Pools on Price Discovery

2. Information Difusion with Centralized and Bilateral Trading

3. Monopoly Pricing with Time-Inconsistent Agents (with Jen-Wen Chang)


Work In Process:

1. Informational Learning and Dynamic Competition

2. A Nash-in-Nash Bargaining Game in Trading Networks



1. Household Saving and Urbanization in China, Journal of Economics Issues Inquiry, 2009(2), 7-12.

2. Risk Management in the Life-cycle of Virtual Corporations (with B. Shi), Economic Research Guide, 2010(18), 31-33.

3. RMB Exchange Rate Reform and Corporate Risk Management (with B. Shi), Oriental Enterprise Culture, 2010(4), 83.