His primary scientific interests are in Beijing, Pollution, Real estate, Per capita income and Urbanization. Consumption is closely connected to Demographic economics in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Beijing. His Real estate study is focused on Finance in general.
Urbanization is a primary field of his research addressed under Economic growth. His work deals with themes such as Earnings, Division of labour and Economic geography, which intersect with Economic growth. The various areas that Siqi Zheng examines in his Natural resource economics study include Urban china and Environmental protection.
Siqi Zheng focuses on Beijing, Pollution, Economic geography, Real estate and Natural resource economics. His work carried out in the field of Beijing brings together such families of science as Economic growth, Public economics and Finance. His work on Urban agglomeration as part of general Economic geography study is frequently linked to Spillover effect, Economic complexity and Diversity, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Siqi Zheng undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Real estate and Public good in his work. He integrates Public good with Economy in his research. His studies in Economy integrate themes in fields like Economies of agglomeration, Liberalization and Wage.
Beijing, Economic geography, Capital, Pollution and Labour economics are his primary areas of study. His study in Beijing intersects with areas of studies such as Public transport, Lower intensity, Bike sharing, Rush hour and Last mile. The Economic geography study combines topics in areas such as Entrepreneurship and Human capital.
His biological study deals with issues like Venture capital, which deal with fields such as Natural experiment and Information asymmetry. His Labour economics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Factor market and Welfare. Many of his research projects under Finance are closely connected to Information transmission with Information transmission, tying the diverse disciplines of science together.
Siqi Zheng mainly investigates Economic geography, Transportation infrastructure, Welfare economics, Political science and Rail transit. His Economic geography research incorporates elements of Information asymmetry, Capital and Venture capital. His Rail transit research encompasses a variety of disciplines, including Natural resource economics, Regional development, Property value and Real estate development.
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Land and residential property markets in a booming economy: New evidence from Beijing
Siqi Q. Zheng;Matthew E. Kahn.
Journal of Urban Economics (2008)
Incentives for China's urban mayors to mitigate pollution externalities: The role of the central government and public environmentalism ☆
Siqi Zheng;Matthew E. Kahn;Weizeng Sun;Danglun Luo.
Regional Science and Urban Economics (2014)
Urban Villages in China: A 2008 Survey of Migrant Settlements in Beijing
Siqi Zheng;Fenjie Long;C. Cindy Fan;Yizhen Gu.
Eurasian Geography and Economics (2009)
China’s bullet trains facilitate market integration and mitigate the cost of megacity growth
Siqi Zheng;Matthew E. Kahn.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2013)
Towards a system of open cities in China: Home prices, FDI flows and air quality in 35 major cities
Siqi Zheng;Matthew E. Kahn;Hongyu Liu.
Regional Science and Urban Economics (2010)
Understanding China's Urban Pollution Dynamics
Siqi Zheng;Matthew E. Kahn.
Journal of Economic Literature (2013)
Air pollution lowers Chinese urbanites’ expressed happiness on social media
Siqi Zheng;Jianghao Wang;Cong Sun;Xiaonan Zhang.
Nature Human Behaviour (2019)
The Greenness of China: Household Carbon Dioxide Emissions and Urban Development
Siqi Zheng;Rui Wang;Edward L. Glaeser;Edward L. Glaeser;Matthew E. Kahn;Matthew E. Kahn.
Journal of Economic Geography (2011)
Migration and split households: a comparison of sole, couple, and family migrants in Beijing, China
C Cindy Fan;Mingjie Sun;Siqi Zheng.
Environment and Planning A (2011)
The Principle of Relatedness
César A. Hidalgo;Pierre Alexandre Balland;Ron Boschma;Ron Boschma;Mercedes Delgado.
ieee international conference on complex systems (2018)
Journal of Regional Science
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