Tingting Wu

Tingting Wu

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519-888-4567, ext. 40141
EV3 4261

Tingting Wu joined the School of Environment, Enterprise and Development (SEED), University of Waterloo, as a lecturer in fall 2021. Her teaching interests are in economics, finance, and sustainable finance.

Her research interests are in the areas of sustainable finance, environmental and agricultural economics, and international trade. Her current projects investigate the economic and environmental impact of climate change policies and renewable energy. She is also drawn to research understanding the flows of ESG funds, and the impact of climate change risks on firm’s performance. Prior to joining SEED, Tingting worked as a visiting professor at the John Molson School of Business of Concordia University. She obtained her PhD degree in Environmental Economics from McGill University.

Courses taught

  • SFM 102:  Sustainability Economics 
  • ENBUS 112:  Operationalizing Sustainable Development within Business
  • ENBUS 407:  Corporate Sustainability Accounting and Reporting
  • ENBUS 650:  Environmental Finance 
  • ENBUS 632:  Sustainability Reporting

Selected publications

  • Wu, T., K. Mukhopadhyay, and P.J. Thomassin (2016). "A life-cycle analysis of wood pellets for greenhouse production at MacDonald Campus of McGill University, A case study." AIMS Energy, 4(5): 697-722.
  • Wu, T., K. Mukhopadhyay, and P.J. Thomassin (2017). "Using H-O-V theorem to predict the factor intensities in Canadian agricultural trade." The International Journal of Applied Economics, 14(1), March 2017: 45-64.

Research Interests:

Economic and environmental impacts of climate change and policies

Impacts of technology adaptation

Climate risks and firm performance

Responsible and ESG funds

Climate change risks on housing markets


  • PhD - Environmental Economics, McGill University, Quebec, 2018
  • MSc - Agricultural Economics, McGill University, Quebec, 2011
  • BA - Economics, University of International Business and Economics, China, 2008