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Department of Customs Administration

Liu Qiaoling

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Qiaoling LIU

Lecturer

Email: qiaolingliu@pku.edu.cn; lucybbhua@163.com

 

Education Background

2015/03 – 2017/03Postdoctor, National School of Development, Peking University, China.

2008/09 – 2015/01  Ph.D., Environmental Economics, PekingUniversity, Peking, China

2004/09 – 2008/06  B.S. Environmental Science, Wuhan University, Wuhan, China

2014/03 – 2014/07  Visiting scholar,Department of Agricultural Resources and Economics, University of California at Berkeley, USA.

2010/07 – 2010/08  Visiting scholar, College of Energy & Environment, Waseda University, Japan.

Work Experience

2017/04 –School of Public Administration, University of International Business and Economics

Research Interests

Trade and Environment

Environmental Economics

Research Grants

1.        China Postdoctoral Science Foundation: Economic analysis of the formation, transfer and control of regional pollution in China (2015M580897), Project Leader, 2015-2017.

2.        National Natural Science Foundation of China: Study on the transfer of embodied emissions in interregional trade and the regional compensation mechanism in China - Based on multiregional input output analysis (41471465), Key Member, 2015-2018.

3.        National Natural Science Foundation of China: Assessment methods of social costs and benefits of PM2.5 control (71341028), Key Member, 2013–2014.

4.        MEP Preliminary Study of China's 13th FYP on Environmental Protection: Research of the relationship between the new-pattern urbanization and industrialization (2014A171). Key Member, 2014.

5.        Major Projects of the National High Technology Research and Development Program (863 Program): Establishment and Demonstration of Regional Coordination Mechanism and Management Model (2006AA06A309). Participant, 2009–2011.

6.        National Public Benefit Special Fund for Environmental Protection Research: Control Measures and Environmental Diplomacy Strategy Research of Long-distance Transborderary Air pollution in East Asia (201009002), Key Member, 2010–2012.

7.        Chinese Academy of Environment Planning project: COD Reduction Allocation Research Based on the Factor Method Analysis (2009B-046), Key Member, 2009.

Journal Publications

1.        Liu, Q.L., Wang, Q. (2017). Sources and flows of China’s virtual SO2 emission transfer embodied in interprovincial trade: a multiregional input–output analysis, Journal of Cleaner Production (IF=4.959), Accepted.

2.        Liu, Q.L., Wang, Q. (2016). How China achieved its 11th Five-Year Plan emissions reduction target: A structural decomposition analysis of industrial SO2 and chemical oxygen demand. Science of the Total Environment (IF=3.976), 574:1104-1116.

3.        Liu, Q.L., Wang, Q. (2015). Reexamine SO2 emissions embodied in China’s exports using multiregional input-output analysis. Ecological Economics (IF=3.227), 113: 39-50.

4.        Liu, Q.L., Wang, Q. (2013). Pathways to SO2 emissions reduction in China for 1995-2010: Based on decomposition analysis. Environmental Science & Policy (IF=3.514), 33: 405-415.

5.        Wang, Q., Liu, Q.L., Shao, M., Zhang, Y.H. (2013). Regional air quality management in China: A case study in the Pearl River Delta. Energy & Environment(IF=0.513), 24 (7&8): 1373-1392.

6.        Liu, X., Liu, Q.L.* (2010). Analysis of the Domestic Water Price in Beijing. Conference on Environmental Pollution and Public Health(EI/ISTP), (2):1277-1279.

7.        Liu, Q.L., Wang, Q.(2016). Comparative study on the accounting methods of embodied emission in China’s interprovincial trade. Statistical Research, (10):12-20.(in Chinese)

8.        Wang, Q., Liu, Q.L., Li, P. (2017). The Visible and Invisible Transfer of Pollution-intensive Industry in China. Acta Scientiarum Naturalium Universitatis Pekinensis, (1):91-100.(in Chinese)

9.        Wang, Q., Liu, Q.L., Xia, R.J. (2014). Study on the Measurement of Environmental Regulation based on the Whole Process Analysis.Ecological Economy 30(11):23-27.(in Chinese)

10.    Wang, Q., Liu, Q.L., Liu, Y. (2013). Impact Analysis of International Trade on Pollution Income Relationship: Based on SO2 Emissions Cross-country Panel Data. China Population Resources and Environment 23(4):73-80.(in Chinese)

11.    Liu, Q.L., Wang, Q., Liu, Y. (2012). Economic Growth, International Trade and Pollution Emission: Empirical Analysis on SO2 emissions in the United States and China. China Population Resources and Environment22(5):170-176.(in Chinese)

12.    Liu, Q.L., Wang, Q., Li, P. (2012). Pollution-intensive industries and its regional distribution changes in China. Ecological Economy 248(1): 107-112.(in Chinese)

13.    Liu, Q.L., Wang, Q. (2012). Pollutant Reduction Allocation Based on Regional Differences: COD Reduction Allocation between Provinces as A Case. Resources and Environment in the Yangtze Basin 21(4): 512-517. (in Chinese)

14.    Liu, Q.L., Wang, Q., Xiang, X. (2011). A Study on the Trade Surplus and Environment Deficit about China. China Population Resources and Environment 21(12):378-382.(in Chinese)

15.    Wang, Q., Liu, Q.L., Chen, X.L. (2011). Analysis of Economic Development Impacting on Fair Allocation of Environmental Resources. OnEconomic Problems, 386(10): 11-15.(in Chinese)

Conference Presentation

1.        "China's virtual SO2 emission transfer embodied in interprovincial trade: a multiregional input-output analysis", 24th International Input-Output Conference & 6th Edition of the International School of I-O Analysis. Seoul, Korea, July 4-8, 2016.

2.        "Pathways to SO2 emissions reduction in China for 1995-2010: Based on decomposition analysis", Giannini Agricultural and Resource Economics Student Conference (GARESC). Berkeley, California, USA, May 18, 2013.

3.        "Impact Analysis of International Trade on Pollution Income Relationship: Based on SO2 Emissions Cross-country Panel Data", International Symposium of Environmental Economics and Policy in China & Third Summer Camp of Chinese Environmental and Resource Economists. Hangzhou, China, July 12-16, 2011.

4.        "Investigation Report of Environmental NGO in Japan and China", International Environmental Leadership Program, Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan.September 30, 2010.