Changmin Jiang's research involves various issues in and aspects of the transportation sectors, particularly the economic and policy analysis. It focuses on the interaction between various parties in a transportation system and its policy implications for the regulator. So far, Dr. Jiang already has more than 30 peer-reviewed journal publications, most of which are published in first-tier journals that are recognized as top in different fields. He’s also the principal investigator of four national grants and the winner of multiple research and teaching awards.

Research Interests

  • Transportation Economics and Policy
  • Logistics and Supply Chain Management

Recent Publications

Afenyo, M., Ng, A., and C. Jiang (2021) “A multi-period model for assessing the socio-economic impacts of oil spills during Arctic shipping”, Risk Analysis, forthcoming.

Lu, J., Lin, A., Jiang, C., Zhang, A., and Z. Yang (2021) “Influence of transportation network on transmission heterogeneity of COVID-19 in China”, Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies, 129, 103231.

Zheng, S., Ge, Y., Fu, X., and C. Jiang (2019) “Voluntary carbon offset and airline alliance”, Transportation Research Part B: Methodological, 123, 110-126.

Xia, W., Jiang, C., Wang, K., and A. Zhang (2019) “Air-rail revenue sharing in a multi-airport system: Effects on traffic and social welfare”, Transportation Research Part B: Methodological, 121, 304-319.

Afenyo, M., Jiang, C., and A. Ng (2019) “Climate change and Arctic shipping: A method for assessing the impacts of oil spills in the Arctic”, Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, 77, 476-490.