Academic Areas: Emissions Trading, Low-carbon Economics, Energy Economics
Ph.D. in Economics, Economics and Management School, Wuhan University (2011-2014)
Master in Economics, Economics School, Xiamen University (2008-2011)
Bachelor in Economics, Economics and Management, Wuhan University (2004-2008)
1. Lecturer, School of Economics, Huazhong University of Science and Technology (2014. 9 till now)
2. Short visit, Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University (2014. 12)
3. Main participant of Hubei ETS Policy Design Program, (2012-2014)
4. Exchange Student, Singapore Management University (2006 Fall)
1. Shaozhou Qi, Banban Wang, Jihong Zhang, 2014.“Policy design of the Hubei ETS pilot in China”, Energy Policy Vol 75, pp31-38 (corresponding author)
2. Shaozhou Qi, Banban Wang, 2013,”Fundamental issues and solutions in the design of China's ETS pilots: Allowance allocation, price mechanism and state-owned”, Chinese Journal of Population, Resources and Environment, Vol 11, pp 26-32
Publication in Chinese
1. Banban Wang and Shaozhou. Qi, 2014, “Biased Technical Change, Factor Substitution and China’s Industrial Energy Intensity”, Economic Research Journal, No. 2, pp.115-127.
2. Banban Wang and Shaozhou Qi, 2015, “Is the Bias of China’s Industrial Technical Change Energy-saving?”, Chinese Journal of Population, Resources and Environment, No.7, pp.24-31.
3. Shaozhou Qi and Banban Wang, 2013, “Initial Allowances Allocation in Carbon Trading: Comparison of Modes and Methods”, Journal of Wuhan University, No.5, pp.19-28.
4. Shaozhou Qi and Banban Wang, 2013, “Technological Progress, Factor Substitution and the Decomposition of China’s Energy Intensity in the Open Economy Condition”, World Economy Research, No.9, 3-9.
5. Ruojuan Zheng and Banban Wang, 2011, “The Dominant Contributor of the Real Energy Intensity Changes in Chinese Manufacturing: The LMDI Approach”, Economics and Management, No. 10.
6. Banban Wang, 2012. “An Analysis on the Impact Mechanism of Internal Structural Adjustment in Eastern Coast Manufacturing to Energy Intensity”, Journal of China University of Geosciences, No. 1.
1. International Trade (undergraduate students)
2. E-commerce (undergraduate students)
1. The National Natural Science Foundation of China (Projects for Youth), “Energy Use Structure Optimization of China’s Industrial Sectors using the Carbon Price Mapping Approach”, 2016, No. 71503087. (Approved)
2. Fundamental Research Funds for the Central Universities, “The Influence of Biased Technical Change on China’s Industrial Carbon Intensity”, 2014, No. 2014QNRC029.
1. Ministry of Education, The Major Research Project of Philosophy and Social Science, “Research on China’s Emissions Trading System under Low-carbon Economy Transformation”, 2011, No. 10JZD0018
2. National Development and Reform Committee CDM Grant Program, “Project of Hubei Emissions Trading System Pilot”, 2012, No. 12131101
3. The National Natural Science Foundation of China, General Program, “The Influence of FDI on China’s Energy Intensity and Its Policy Optimization”, 2010, No. 71073114
4. A Joint Project between CCAP and Wuhan University, 2013, No. 105-23138
1. An Zijie Award of International Trade Research, Encouragement Award, China (2014)
2. Tan Chongtai Scholarship in Development Economics, China (2014)
3. First prize of Academic Innovation Award, Wuhan University (2014)