Allan Hsiao

Assistant Professor of Economics and Public Affairs
Environmental and development economics, the causes and consequences of climate change

Allan Hsiao is an assistant professor of economics and public affairs. His research focuses on environmental and development economics broadly, with a particular focus on the causes and consequences of climate change. He is especially interested in the uneven global impacts of climate change, including how lower-income countries face disproportionate damages from warmer temperatures and more extreme weather events. Recent work has explored sea level rise and urban adaptation in Jakarta, Indonesia.