Jiashun Huang is a DPhil candidate at the Environmental Change Institute, the School of Geography and the Environment, and the Institute for New Economic Thinking at the Oxford Martin School. Jiashun has a broad range of research interests in economics, environment, development and policy. His current research interest is in infrastructure and the economy, and he is involved in the UK Infrastructure Transitions Research Consortium (ITRC) programme. Prior to the doctoral study, he obtained a BSc in Management and MPhil in Land Economy by Research. Under the supervision of Professor Andreas Kontoleon in the University of Cambridge, his MPhil dissertation (with distinction) focused on Environmental Regulations and Competitiveness in China. He is a Swire Scholar and COSF Scholar in Oxford, and his DPhil study is fully funded by the Swire Scholarship.
Infrastructure and the Economy
- Supervisors: Professor Jim Hall; Professor Doyne Farmer (INET);
- Member: Climate Systems and Policy research cluster;
- Hu, D., Wang, Y., Huang, J. and Huang, H. (2017) How do different innovation forms mediate the relationship between environmental regulation and performance? Journal of Cleaner Production, 161: 466-476.
- Huang, J., Li, W., Huang, X. and Guo, L. (2017) Analysis of the relative sustainability of land devoted to bioenergy: Comparing land-use alternatives in China. Sustainability, 9(5): 801-813.
- Wang, Y., Pan, X., Huang, J., Chen, X., Roijakkers, N. and Vanhaverbeke, W. (2014) Firm Heterogeneity and Learning by Technology In-Licensing: Empirical Evidence from China. Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Management Science and Engineering Management, 242: 1417-1429.
- Wang, Y., Huang, J., Chen, Y., Pan, X. and Chen, J. (2013) Have Chinese universities embraced their third mission? New insight from a business perspective. Scientometrics, 97(2): 207-222.