Yunguang Chen’s research focuses on investigating the economic impacts of environmental policies and natural disasters by developing dynamic and multi-regional general equilibrium models. He is currently examining the revenue recycling and tax interaction effects of climate mitigation policies such as carbon taxes, cap and trade, and clean energy standards. His past work includes assessments of economic vulnerability and resilience to flooding, market-based regulatory approaches for adapting to sea-level rise, ocean economy accounts, federal forest policy and community prosperity, and the effectiveness of crop insurance policies to manage risk.
PhD in applied economics, Oregon State University, 2015
Graduate certificate in statistics, Purdue University, 2010
MS in agricultural economics, Purdue University, 2010
BS in food science, Purdue University, 2008
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