Transportation and environment/energy systems; mobile emissions inventory and air quality modeling; environment and energy impacts of alternative transportation (fuel, engine, infrast.) technologies, methodological: statistics/econometrics, mathmatical modeling & operations research, experimental; and environmental economics and complex networks of renewable energy supply chain.
Ernest S. Liu Professor of Economics and International Studies, Department of Economics
China's recent economic history, especially in spatial aspects of development, including patterns of regional specialization and interregional trade, spatial disparities in output and consumption, and institutions and policies that shape the spatial structure of the economy.
Samuel C. Johnson Professor in Sustainable Global Enterprise, Professor of Management and Organizations, Johnson School