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Wen Wang
Assistant Professor of Economics

Academic Building, Division of Social Science and Humanities Clear Water Bay, Kowloon, HKSAR

Research Interest

Environmental Economics

Urban Economics


Wen Wang's recent research has focused on measuring the distributional impacts of environmental and urban policies on heterogeneous household groups, evaluating the benefit and cost of these policies, and addressing the causes and consequences of gentrification. She is particularly interested in real estate market response and re-optimization of residents' housing decisions corresponding to policies and shocks, and measuring policies' effects taking account of these dimensions. Wen’s research focuses on a wide range of subjects, including environmental policies and urban policies, social inequality and racial segregation, neighborhood effects and housing market dynamics. 

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