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
- Political Accountability and Water Quality: Evidence from the River Chief System in China
Accident Externality of Driving: Evidence from the London Congestion Charge. With Jos Van Ommeren (VU Amsterdam). Journal of Economic Geography (2021)
The Urban Crime and Heat Gradient in High and Low Poverty Areas. With Matthew Khan (JHU) and Kilian Heilmann (Lyft). Journal of Public Economics (2021)
Valuing the Environmental Benefits of Canals Using House Prices. With Steve Gibbons (LSE) and Peng Cong (Harvard). Land Economics (2021)