Professor

Phone: +86-13100705171

Email: zhaohuali@hust.edu.cn

Academic Areas: International Trade Theory and Policy, International Business

Research Interests:

Academic Areas:International Trade Theory and Policy, International Business

Academic Degrees:

PhD of Economics, School of Economics, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Sept., 2001~Nov., 2004.

Master of Economics, School of Economics, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Sept., 1998~Dec., 2000.

Bachelor of Engineering, Department of Automatic Control, Huazhong Institute of Technology, Sept., 1979~June, 1983.

  

Professional Experience:

Oct 1983 to Oct 1998, Merchant of Hubei Provincial International Trade Corporation,

Specializing in import and export business and international bidding business. Appointed Economist in Dec 1989, awarded Certificate of Qualification for International Merchant of Foreign Trade Profession of Country Wide in Sept 1991, appointed Senior International Merchant in April 1998.

Nov 1998 to present, Faculty member of School of Economics, Huazhong University of Science and Technology.

Specializing in teaching and research. Granted associate professorship in Dec 1999. Approved Qualification of Supervisor for master program students in June 2004. Granted Professorship in March 2010. Approved Qualification of Supervisor for PhD program students in Sept 2010. Undergraduate program coordinator of Department of International Economy and Trade from 2007 to 2014.

March 2005 –Sept., 2005, University of California San Diego, Successful completion of Teaching Sciences in English—Faculty Development Program, Session No.6, funded by China Scholarship Council.

 

 Sept ,1997, two weeks, Rieter, Winterthur, Switzerland, commercial representative and English interpreter for technical training for blowroom with cards import project of Hubei Yichang Cotton Textile Factory.

June 1996, two weeks, Fratalli Marzoli, Brescia, Italy, commercial representative and English interpreter for blowroom with cards import project of Hubei Tianmen Cotton Textile Factory.

May, 1993, two weeks, Kal Fischer, Berlin, Germany, Luwa , Zurich, Switzerland, commercial representative and English interpreter for textile machine import project of Hubei Honghu Chemical Textile Factory.

Sept., 1991, two weeks, Rieter, Winterthur, Switzerland, commercial representative and English interpreter for technical training for blowroom with cards import project of Hubei Xiangfan Cotton Textile Factory.

Feb., 1990, one month, Sida Corp., Monterey Park, California, USA, commercial representative and English interpreter for technical training for electronic circuit manufacturing equipment import project of Hubei Xiangfan Instrument and Component Plant.

August, 1988, two weeks, Vitrocim—Forexim, Bucarest, Romania, commercial representative and English interpreter for particle board manufacturing equipment import project of Hubei Zhongxiang Furniture Making Factory.

Feb., 1987, one month, Hamburg, Federal Republic of Germany (West Germany), merchant of Hubei Provincial International Trade Corp. Delegates, Hubei Export Hamburg Exhibition.

Sept., 1986, two weeks, Buhler Corp., Uzwil, Switzerland, commercial representative and English interpreter for flour manufacturing equipment import project of Hubei Suizhou Flour Mill.

 

Selected Publication:

1. Li, Z., Pan, X., International Trade Practice (2nd Edition). Beijing:Peking University Press,2012.

2. Li, Z., Pan, X., International Settlement (2nd Edition). Beijing:Peking University Press, 2015.

3. Li, Z. The Trade Effect of Strategic Environmental Policy: A Theoretical and Empirical Study and China’s Countermeasures, Beijing:Higher Education Press, 2009.

4. Zhu, D., Li, Z., Lv, X., Public Relations, Beijing:The Commercial Press, 1990.

5. Zhu, D., Li, Z., An Introduction to Public Relations, Beijing:Economic Science Press, 1989.

6. Li, Z, Fu, W.. An Ecological Footprint Analysis on the Natural Resources Embodied in China’s Import and Export Trade. China Industrial Economics, 2013, No.9.

7. Li, Z, Wang, L.. The Flow of Natural Capital Embodied in China’s Foreign Trade and Its Determinants——Ecological Footprint Analysis based on I-O Model. China Industrial Economics, 2012, No.7.

8. Li, Z, Jiang, B.. The Effect of EU’s Green Barriers on China’s Toy Exports: Based on Panel Data from Ten EU Countries (1990-2006). China Economic Quarterly, 2009, 8(3).

9. Li, Z, Jiang, B.. The Green Barriers of Trade Effect of EU’s Environmental Regulation on Textile and Clothing Exported from China——Based on Panel Data Analysis on China’s Four Types of Textile and Clothing Exported to Eleven of the EU Member Countries: 1990—2006. China Industrial Economics, 2009, No.6.

10. Li, Z, Pan, X.. Asymmetric Information on Consumption-generated Pollution and Strategic Manipulation of Eco-labeling in International Trade. Journal of Quantitative & Technical Economics, 2005, No.2.

11. Li, Z, Pan, X.. Emission Standards for Consumption-generated Pollution in International Trade. China Economic Quarterly, 2005, 4(2).

7. Li, Z.. Abatement by Firms for Consumption-generated Pollution and R&D Investment Policy by Governments in International Trade. The Journal of World Economy, 2004, No.6.

 

Courses Taught

(1)International Trade Practice(taught in Chinese for undergraduate students), (2)International Settlement(taught in Chinese for undergraduate students),(3)International Trade Policy and Practice(taught in Chinese for graduate students), (4)International Trade Practice(taught in English for international graduate students)

 

Centers/Programs
1.The National Social Sciences Fund Project entitled “A Study on the Effect of EU’s Strategic Environmental Policy on China’s Product Export and China’s Coping Mechanism against Green Barrier of Trade” (09BGJ018)

2.Philosophy and Social Sciences Late Period Fund Project of the Ministry of Education, PRC entitled “The Effect of Strategic Environmental Policy on Trade: Theory, Empirical Analysis and China’s Countermeasure”(08JHQ0047)

3.Humanities and Social Sciences Planning Fund Project of the Ministry of Education, PRC entitled “Natural Capital Embodied in China’s Import and Export Trade and a Hypothesis of Ecological Resource Impoverishment —— An Ecological Footprint Analysis”(13YJA790059)

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