Ming Li

Associate Professor, Department of Economics, Concordia University


Ming Li is a microeconomist with research interests in game theory, economics of information, and political economics. He has written research articles on a variety of subjects, including conflicts of interest in advisor-decision maker relationships, behavioural models of voter turnout, institutional conservatism as a remedy for excessive risk-taking by politicians. Nowadays, he mainly spent time thinking about how communication and persuasion affect economic and political decision-making, and what measures can be taken to facilitate efficient communication and persuasion.