How does environmental policy impact firms? Evidence from China
Yangsiyu Lu is pursuing a DPhil under the supervision of Prof. Cameron Hepburn and Dr Jacquelyn Pless in the Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment and the Institute of New Economic Thinking in the University of Oxford. Her research focuses on evaluating the impact of environmental policy on firms’ key economic activities, i.e. labour, capital, innovation and trade. She is a COSF Scholar in Oxford and her DPhil study is funded by the CSC-Oxford Scholarship.
Yangsiyu holds a master's degree (French: diplôme d’ingénieur) in Environmental Management from Ecole des Mines d’Albi and an M.Eng and B.Eng in Environmental Science and Engineering from Shanghai Jiao Tong University. Prior to her DPhil, she held various professional positions working on the environment, such as with international organisations (UNEP in Osaka), the private sector (Pernod Ricard in Paris) and NGOs (Green Startups Accelerator in Beijing). She is fluent in Chinese, English and French.
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