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PhD Candidate, Interdisciplinary Centre for Conservation Science, University of Oxford

I am a post-growth economist broadly focused on themes of ecological compensation, no net loss/net gain, environmental and conservation psychology, social justice, and human well-being. I am particularly interested in (i) improving the effectiveness of incentive-based conservation instruments such as payment for ecosystem services and biodiversity offsetting, (ii) developing conservation strategies that can lead to the desired outcomes from both nature and people perspectives, and (iii) understanding the socio-psychological mechanisms behind human attitude and behaviour towards the environment.


  • 2020–present
    PhD Researcher, University of Oxford


  • 2020 
    London School of Economics, MSc Environmental Economics and Climate Change


  • 2023
    Analyzing the outcomes of China's ecological compensation scheme for development-related biodiversity loss, Conservation Science and Practice
  • 2022
    China’s restoration fees require transparency, Science
  • 2021
    Biodiversity net gain and people's wellbeing, Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management