Gengyang joined the Centre in June 2019 and is currently working on the Smartline project.
His key responsibilities include investigating the linkages between housing, health, and wellbeing, as well as estimating the private and social benefits of smart home innovations.
Gengyang’s research interests include environmental and resource economics, household technology adoption and public health.
His previous research includes empirical analyses of the cost-effectiveness of biodiversity conservation programs, household preference for urban green spaces, factors driving individuals’ adoption of energy-efficient technologies, and perceptions of fairness in international climate policy.
Gengyang completed a BSc in Applied Mathematics at the University of Lyon, a MSc in Economics at the University of Paris-East, and a PhD in Economics at the AgroParisTech, University of Paris-Scaly.