Felicia is a joint-PhD student in the Department of Geography and at the National University of Singapore.
Prior to her PhD, she conducted research on the regulatory rationale, process and early outcomes of sustainability reporting regulations in the Hong Kong Stock Exchange and the Singapore Exchange for her dissertation for the MA Climate Change: History, Culture, and Society (King's College London), recently published in Economic Geography.
Outside of her research, Felicia engages actively with non-governmental organisations and industry stakeholders in Southeast Asia on improving practices in responsible finance and sustainability reporting.
She is a founding member of the Climate Law and Governance reading group at the Dickson Poon School of Law, and is also a member of the King's Climate and the Risk & Society research group at King's. She is also a member of the Politics, Economics and Space research group at the National University of Singapore.
Thesis title: 'The emergence of climate finance markets in Asia: Instruments, actors and processes'
Felicia's research investigates the emergence and development of climate finance in Asia, specifically focusing on how the financial centres of Hong Kong, Singapore and Kuala Lumpur are drawing private sector-funded climate finance into the region. She is also interested in responsible financing across the agricultural business sector in Southeast Asia.
See Feliicia's research profile