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Jun He

Visiting Instructor in Economics

jhe03@wesleyan.edu

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BA Beijing Technology and Business University
MA University of Connecticut

Jun He

Jun’s research and teaching interests are industrial organization, law and economics, environmental economics, and applied microeconomics theories. He is particularly interested in topics involving moral hazard in various contexts, such as the eminent domain, sports competitions, and the counterfeit industry. 

Jun He is a visiting assistant professor in the Economics Department during the 2019-2020 academic year. He is an ABD from the University of Connecticut. He has received his MA in economics from UConn in 2015. He completed his undergraduate degree at Beijing Technology and Business University, majoring in international economics. He teaches law & economics (Econ 325) and econometrics (Econ 385).

Academic Affiliations

Office Hours

Econ 225, Thu 4.30-6.00 pm EST

Econ 385, Fri 4.30-6.00 pm EST

Courses

Spring 2021
ECON 225 - 01
Economic Analysis And The Law

ECON 385 - 01
Econometrics