Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, State University of New York (SUNY) at Albany
Cuicui Chen is an assistant professor of economics at SUNY Albany. She studies how firms and governments respond to environmental and energy challenges. Some of her past and current research topics include empirically identifying market frictions in cap-and-trade programs, investigating the social welfare consequences of German automakers’ collusion on vehicle exhaust control technologies, designing efficient international climate change agreements that nations have the incentive to join, and forecasting individual nations’ long-term greenhouse gas emissions using machine learning. She obtained her S.M. in Technology and Policy from MIT in 2012 and her PhD in Public Policy from Harvard in 2018.