Shu Yang

Assistant Professor

Phone: +86-13307198292


Academic Areas: Environmental and Resource Economics, Micro-Industrial Organization

Research Interests:

Courses Taught:

(1) Principles of Economics(in Chinese/English for undergraduate students)

(2) Population, Environment and Resources(in English for graduate students)

(3) Microeconomics Intermediate (in English for international PhD and Master students)

(4) Environmental and Natural Resource Economics (in English for international PhD and Master students)

Educational Background

2006.9-2010.6 PhD Degree of Public Administration in Economics and Finance in the Catholic University in Milan, Italy. PhD supervisor was Professor Mario Gilli, Director of the Center for Interdisciplinary Studies in Economics, Psychology and Social Sciences, University of Milano-Bicocca, and Adjunct Professor in Bocconi University. The topic of PhD dissertation was: “Modeling Incentive Problems in Environmental Regulation: Asymmetric Information, Policy Instruments, and Compliance Inspection”.

2002.9-2006.6 Bachelor Degree of Information and Computational Science in Mathematics Department, Nanjing University. Dissertation supervisor was Professor Chen Shifu, Director of Computer Application Institution, Nanjing University. The topic of Bachelor dissertation was: “Agent-based Modeling and Algorithm of Electricity Market Simulation”.

Overseas Visiting and Training

Overseas Conferences: 2009-2013 Session Presentations in Annual Conferences of the European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists

Working Experiences

2010-until now Assistant Professor in Economics School, Huazhong University of Science and Technology

Representative Research Books

Science and Technology Management in Central Cities, Hubei People’s Press, 2013, ISBN: 9787216076883.

Representative Research Papers

Main Working Papers:

Technological Progress in Energy Efficiency and Product Attributes Tradeoff in China’s Automobile Sectors

“Electromagnetic Radiation”: a Concealed Problem of Perception?

Bi-engines or Double Failures: a Study about Two Major Chinese Energy Policies for the Fuel Efficiency of the Automobile Market

Representative Research Project:
2013 Government Sponsored Research of National Development and Reform Commission, Second Director2013 Soft Science Project of Hubei Science and Technology Department, Director

2011 Soft Science Project of Wuhan Science and Technology Department, Second Director

2012 Research Project of CDM Funding, Major Participant

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