Assistant Professor, Division of Environment and Sustainability
Tel: (852) 3469 2968
Office: Rm 4358 (Lift 13/15)
- Microeconomic and Game Theory
- Environmental Economics
- Sustainable and Green Finance
Environmental policies change the economic incentives of individual firms and investors. Microeconomic and game theory therefore provide useful frameworks for understanding how individual stakeholders respond to new policy initiatives, and how the optimality of various institutions may depend on the underlying parameters of the market environment. As innovative institutions governing emissions trading and green bonds markets are rapidly developed in different parts of the world, I am interested in learning from their successes or failures.