“Hundred-Talent Program” Researcher, China Academy for Rural Development (CARD), Zhejiang University
Shuai Chen obtained his Ph.D. degree at College of Environmental Sciences and Engineering, Peking University (PKU), on July 2014. After that, he has worked as a postdoc research fellow at Guanghua School of Management, Peking University for nearly two years. He is currently a “Hundred-Talent Program” Researcher at China Academy for Rural Development (CARD), Zhejiang University. His major is Applied Economics with special emphasis on Resource and Environmental Economics, Applied Econometrics, Spatial Econometrics, and Mathematical Programming Methods. His research interests include climate change, rural labor supply, air pollution, and human migration.
Recent work by Shuai Chen
Bringing down air pollution in China could improve mental health as evidence shows a causal effect of pollutants on depressive symptoms
Pollution is driving the young and well-educated out of China's cities