Areas of Expertise
Environmental and Energy Economics, Empirical Industrial Organization, Applied Microeconomics
Professor Lišs research areas include environmental and energy economics, empirical industrial organization, and applied microeconomics. His research interests include empirical analysis of consumer behavior, estimation of strategic interactions among economic agents, evaluation of policy interventions, and structural modeling and estimation in microeconomics. His previous work has examined, among other things, automobile purchase and usage decisions, household electricity demand, and policy instruments in passenger transportation and electricity sectors. Prior to joining Cornell, Professor Li was a research fellow at Resources for the Future from 2009-2011 and an assistant professor of economics at SUNY -Stony Brook from 2007 to 2009.
Ph.D., Duke University, 2007
M.S., Michigan State University, 2002
B.A., Nankai University, China, 1998
Shanjun Li, Christopher Timmins, and Roger H. von Haefen. 2009. How Do Gasoline Prices Affect Fleet Fuel Economy? American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, 1(2): 113-137.
Arie Beresteanu and Shanjun Li. 2011. Gasoline Prices, Government Support, and the Demand for Hybrid Vehicles. International Economic Review, 52(1): 161-182.
Shanjun Li. 2012. Traffic Safety and Vehicle Choice: Quantifying the Arms Race on American Roads. Journal of Applied Econometrics. 27(1): 34-62.
Shanjun Li, Yanyan Liu, and Klaus Deininger. Forthcoming, How Important Are Endogenous Peer Effects in Group Lending? Estimating a Static Game of Incomplete Information. Journal of Applied Econometrics.