Ph.D NYU Wagner
Urban Policy & Planning,
Fei Li is an Assistant Professor in the Urban Studies Institute. Her work explores how individuals and markets react to and interact with policy. She is broadly interested in contemporary urban issues related to housing, transportation, segregation, inequality, and the social impacts of technology. Her current projects include 1) the effects of mandatory inclusionary housing, or affordable housing requirements for private housing developments, on housing production and income segregation; 2) the geography of parking and its implications on urban form and functions; 3) using large, innovative datasets to evaluate the effectiveness of traffic safety measures and the public health outcomes.
Fei holds a Ph.D. in Public Administration from New York University. She received her bachelor’s degree in urban planning and art from Peking University in China and an M.Phil. in geography from Hong Kong Baptist University.
Fei Li and Zhan Guo. (2017) Do parking maximums deter housing development? Journal of Planning Education and Research, published online before print January 23, doi: https://doi.org/10.1177/0739456X16688768.
Fei Li and Donggen Wang. (2017) Measuring urban segregation based on individuals’ daily activity patterns: A multidimensional approach. Environment and Planning A , 49(2), 467-486.
Donggen Wang and Fei Li. (2016) Daily activity space and exposure: A comparative study of Hong Kong’s public and private housing residents‘ segregation in daily life. Cities: The
International Journal of Urban Policy and Planning, 59, 148-155.
Fei Li and Zhan Guo. (2014) Do parking standards matter? Evaluating the London parking reform with a matched-pair approach. Transportation Research Part A, 67, 352-365.
Fei Li and Donggen Wang. (2014) Cyberspace: connected or segregated? Examining virtual segregation among Hong Kong internet users. Environment and Planning B, 41(2), 323-340.
Donggen Wang, Fei Li and Yanwei Chai. (2012) Activity spaces and sociospatial segregation in Beijing. Urban Geography, 33, 256-277.
Donggen Wang, Yanwei Chai and Fei Li. (2011) Built environment diversities and activity-travel behavior variations in Beijing, China. Journal of Transport Geography, 19, 1173-1186.