Visiting Instructor in Governmentzxchen@hamilton.edu
Ziqiao Chen is currently completing his Ph.D. in public administration at the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University. Ziqiao is a quantitative social scientist with broad interest in addressing policy questions that are relevant to the just transition toward a sustainable economy. His ongoing dissertation research investigates the employment and social impact of local energy development in rural areas. His other current projects examine the role of skills in a green fiscal stimulus to evaluate its effectiveness at creating green jobs for displaced workers in a clean energy transition.
Recent Courses Taught
Topics in Public Policy
- Popp, David, Francesco Vona, Giovanni Marin, and Ziqiao Chen. The Employment Impact of a Green Fiscal Push: Evidence from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. Brookings Papers on Economic Activity (forthcoming).
- Chen, Z., Marin, G., Popp, D. and Vona, F., 2020. “Green Stimulus in a Post-Pandemic Recovery: The Role of Skills for a Resilient Recovery.” Environmental and Resource Economics, pp.1-11.
- Ruseva, T., Foster, M., Arnold, G., Siddiki, S., York, A., Pudney, R. and Chen, Z., 2019. “Applying policy process theories to environmental governance research: Themes and new directions.” Policy Studies Journal, 47, pp.S66-S95.
Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management
International Association for Energy Economics/United States Association for Energy Economics
Appointed to the Faculty: 2021
M.P.A., University of Pittsburgh
B.A., University of Rochester