Pin Sun

Affiliate Researcher

Pin Sun is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Economics. His research fields are environmental economics and policy, urban economics, labor economics, and trade. Recent work has focused on the impacts of flood zoning policies, the effects of federal government flood mitigation and assistance programs, and the role of migration in adapting to climate change. His research involves both structural modeling approaches and policy-oriented analysis tools. He has conducted multiple interdisciplinary projects.

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