Academic Profile : Faculty
My research interests include Urban and Housing Economics, Environmental Economics, Transportation Economics and Economics of Crime. In particular, I am interested in evaluating the effectiveness of spatial and regional policies in achieving its intended outcomes with focus on establishing casual inference.
- Beauty Pays for Crime: Evidence from Judicial Sentencing
- Unintended consequences from coal fired power plant closures: Evidence from China
Public Finance and Public Policy
Causal Inference in Public Policy
Cost Benefit Analysis
Eugene Or (Joint supervision with Nick Powdthavee)