E-mail: chuantang[AT]mail.hzau.edu.cn | ctang.hzau[AT]outlook.com
2012-2017 Doctor of Philosophy, Environmental Science and Engineering Clarkson University, New York, USA
with a specialty in Environmental Economics
2012-2016 Master of Science, Environmental Science and Engineering Clarkson University, New York, USA
2007-2011 Bachelor of Science, Environmental Science Wuhan University of Technology, Wuhan, China
11/2020 — Current Huazhong Agricultural University, College of Economics and Management, Associate Professor
11/2020 — Current Huazhong Agricultural University, Macro-Agricultural Research Institute (MARI), Associate Professor (by courtesy)
02/2019 — 09/2020 Bayer Crop Science & Colaberry, Global Environmental Data Scientist
09/2017 — 02/2019 Iowa State University, Environmental Economist, Postdoc
10/2012 — 08/2017 Clarkson University, Economic & Engineering Research Assistant
07/2011 — 08/2012 Chinese Academy of Sciences, Institute of Geochemistry, Research Assistant
Microeconomics, Environmental Economics, Advanced Econometrics
Natural Resource and Environmental Economics, Urban Economics, and Health Economics
Tang, Chuan, Jeffrey Czajkowski, Martin D. Heintzelman, Minghao Li, and Marilyn Montgomery. "Rail accidents and property values in the era of unconventional energy production." Journal of Urban Economics 120 (2020): 103295.
Tang, Chuan, Martin D. Heintzelman, and Thomas M. Holsen. "Mercury pollution, information, and property values." Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 92 (2018): 418-432.
Tang, Chuan, Yau-Huo Shr, Gabriel Lade, David A. Keiser, and Catherine Kling. "The Costs and Benefits of Nutrient Reduction Programs." Agricultural Policy Review 2018, no. 3 (2018): 4.
Zhou, Jiabin, Chuan Tang, Bei Cheng, Jiaguo Yu, and Mietek Jaroniec. "Rattle-type carbon–alumina core–shell spheres: synthesis and application for adsorption of organic dyes." ACS applied materials & interfaces 4, no. 4 (2012): 2174-2179.
“A Hedonic Analysis on Public Land Designations in the Adirondack Park.” (with Martin Heintzelman)
“Political Connections and Pollution Emissions: Evidence from Chinese Listed Firms” (with Rui Xie, Jiahuan Zhang)
“Pipeline and Property Values: A Nation-wide Hedonic Analysis on Historical Pipeline Incidents During the Past Three Decades” (with Nieyan Cheng, Pengfei Liu, Minghao Li, Wendong Zhang)
“The Economic Benefits of Improving Water Quality and Preventing Harmful Algal Blooms in Iowa”, Principal Investigator with Yau-Huo Shr, Wendong Zhang, Catherine Kling, Iowa Water Center 2018 Seed Grant, $ 60,000, 2018-2020
“Economic Value of Controlling Aquatic Invasive Species in New York State”, Co-Principal Investigator with Martin Hentzelman, Great Lakes Research Consortium 2017 Small Grants Program, $22,500, 2017-2018