Hsueh-Ling Huynh
Master Lecturer in Economics
Director of Master's Program in Economics

Ph.D.(Mathematics), University of California at Berkeley

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ADMINISTRATION


Director of Master's Programs in Economics

Office Hours for Master's and Undergraduate Advisees: Wednesday 5-6:30pm (online via Zoomand in person) and Thursday 6-7:30pm (in person) during Fall 2022.
Office Address: Rm.309 Department of Economics, Boston University
                         270 Bay State Road, Boston MA02215
                         Tel: 1-617-353-6823

(†) Students enrolled in my classes can find the web link to my office hours on their course websites; and Ms. Rodi will provide the same information to Master's students in Economics. All other callers should first telephone my office at 1-617-353-6823. Please leave a brief message including your name and phone number if I cannot answer your call right away.
(In-person meetings will be held at my office in the Economics Department (see address above). Visitors must comply with the University’s Covid regulations; and the number of visitors allowed in each office hour may be restricted.


*For adminstrative questions, please first consult:
  [Master's Students] Ms. Karen Rodi,                         
                                Rm.433 Department of Economics, 270 Bay State Road            
                                Tel: 1-617-353-4453
  [Undergraduates]   casadv@bu.edu   (For further information, visit http://www.bu.edu/cas/current-students/undergraduate/casadvising/.)
 



TEACHING

Announcements and Course Syllabi


@ Fall 2022:  Students enrolled in EC403(A1) Game Theory (Undergraduate Elective) or EC513(A1) Game Theory (Master's Elective) should log onto the course website at https://learn.bu.edu  to check announcements, obtain class material and verify your personal grading records. The teaching assistant's office hours and contact information can also be found there. 

() As with all classes at Boston University, EC403 and EC513 will be taught fully in person from the classroom in Fall 2022. While course information and support material are provided on the Blackboard course website as usual, recording and remote access to lectures and class discussions are no longer be available. Exams will also be conducted synchronously and in person. Special arrangements and accommodations may be made when either student or instructor is ill or needs to isolate due to Covid-19; more details can be found on the course website, and when such circumstances arise.

*Tutoring in some undergraduate courese is available at the Education Resource Center. Go to www.bu.edu/erc for more information.
  Some doctoral students in economics also offer tutoring services. Please contact them directly for terms and availability.



RESEARCH

Fields: Mathematical Economics, Microeconomics, Game Theory, Decision Theory, Social Choice Theory

Selected Papers