PhD (University of California Irvine)
MA (University of California Irvine)
JD (Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law)
BA (New York University)
Beattie's interests include political psychology, international relations and law, political economy, and media. He has published in journals covering these topics, and is currently finishing a book on the political psychology and economy of media. He previously worked as a program attorney at the Practising Law Institute, and has taught at John Jay College (CUNY) and the University of California Irvine.
BSSc, MPhil (CUHK)
Mr. Wilson Chan completed his BSSc and MPhil in Government and Public Administration at CUHK. He has worked as Research Assistant at the Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, CUHK and College Lecturer of the Social Sciences Domain at the HKU SPACE Community College before taking up the position as Lecturer of the Master of Global Political Economy. His research interests include External Relations of European Union, China-Europe Relations and European Identity and its Construction.
MEd, PhD (CUHK)
BA (Hon) (The Australian National University)
Higher Education as Global Organizations
Global Rankings and World Culture
New Institutionalist Theory
Global Development and Inequality
Information Communication Technology and Global Changes
National Development and Citizenship Building
Community participation and Socio-Spatial Mobility
Research Methodology in Interdisciplinary Studies
He, Sylvia, Yannie Cheung, and Sui Tao. “Travel Mobility and Social Participation among Older People in a Transit Metropolis: A Socio-spatial-temporal Perspective.” Manuscript accepted by Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice for publication in September 2018.
Cheung, Yannie. 2012. “The Expansion and Organization of Higher Education in Asia: A Comparative and Longitudinal Study, 1950 – Present.” PhD dissertation, Department of Sociology, The Chinese University of Hong Kong.
Lui, Andrew K., S. C. Ng, Prabhat Gurung, and Yannie H. Y. Cheung. 2010. “Facilitating Independent Learning with Lego Mindstorms Robots.” ACM Inroads 1(4):49-53. doi: 10.1145/1869746.1869762
Diploma of Education (CUHK)
China's Relations with Hong Kong and Macao
State Building in Post-Colonial Singapore, Hong Kong and Macao
Inclusive Development and Public Sector Reform in Greater China
(2011), co-edited with Yufan Hao, China’s Policies on Its Borderlands and the International Implications, (Singapore: World Scientific).
(2009), Government and Policy-Making Reform in China: The Implications of Governing Capacity, (London; New York: Routledge).
(2016), (co-authored with Shafiqul Huque), “Does Public Participation Matter? Inclusive Growth in East Asia”, Asian Journal of Political Science, 24, no. 2: 163 – 181.
(2015), “New Bottle, Old Wine: China’s Governing Hong Kong as Its Restive Borderlands”, Journal of Current Chinese Affairs, 44, no. 4: 177 – 209.
(2015), (co-authored with Xuejie Ding), “A Comparative Analyses of Shenzhen and Kashgar in Development as Special Economic Zones”, East Asia: An International Quarterly, 32, no. 2: 117 – 136.
(2018), (co-authored with Ahmed Shafiqul Huque), “Governance for Inclusive Development in South and East Asia: A Comparison of India and China”, in Nizam Ahmed (ed.), Inclusive Governance in South Asia: Parliament, Judiciary and Civil Service, (London: Palgrave Macmillan), pp. 251 – 273.
(2014), “Election without Fair Representation: Hong Kong’s Legislative Council and Its Implications for Non-Liberal Regimes”, in Zheng Yongnian, Lye Liang Fook and Wilhelm Hofmeister (eds.), Parliaments in Asia: Institution Building and Political Development, (Oxon and NY: Routledge), pp. 228-243.
Dr. HORIUCHI Toru is a Lecturer in the Global Studies Programme, Faculty of Social Science. He received his MA from Georgetown University and PhD from the University of Hong Kong. Prior to his appointment at CUHK, he served as a research fellow at the Japanese Consulate in Hong Kong. His primary research interests include Sino-Japanese relations, Chinese foreign policy, and security issues in East Asia.
MPhil, BSSc (Hon) (CUHK)
Urban & Regional Development
Urban & Regional Governance
Urban Competitiveness & Sustainability
Shen, Jianfa, and Gordon Kee. Development and Planning in Seven Major Coastal Cities in Southern and Eastern China. Berlin: Springer, 2017.
Yeung, Yue-man, Joanna Lee, and Gordon Kee. "China’s Special Economic Zones at 30." Eurasian Geography and Economics, 50 (2009): 222-40.
Yeung, Y.M., Jianfa Shen, and Gordon Kee. "China's West." In Oxford Bibliographies in Chinese Studies. Ed. Tim Wright. New York: Oxford University Press, 2015. (http://www.oxfordbibliographies.com/obo/page/chinese-studies; http://www.oxfordbibliographies.com/view/document/obo-9780199920082/obo-9780199920082-0117.xml)
Personal website: https://sites.google.com/site/gordonkee2010/home
PhD in Political Economy (Wuhan University)
MA (University of Minnesota)
BA, MBS (HKU)
Lam is the author of seven books on Chinese affairs, including Routledge Handbook of the Chinese Communist Party (Routledge 2018) (as editor); Chinese Politics in the Xi Jinping Era (Routledge 2015); Chinese Politics in the Hu Jintao Era (Routledge, 2006) and The Era of Jiang Zemin (Prentice Hall, 1999).
PhD (University of Oklahoma)
BA, MA (Fudan University)
Exchange rate volatility and trade: The role of credit constraints (with Kang Shi and Haichun Ye). Review of Economic Dynamics, 2018 Vol. 30.
The international credit channel of U.S. monetary policy transmission to developing countries: Evidence from trade data (with Haichun Ye). Journal of Development Economics, 2018 Vol. 133.
Connect to trade (with Haoyuan Ding and Haichao Fan). Journal of International Economics, 2018 Vol. 110.
FDI, trade credit, and transmission of global liquidity shocks (with Haichun Ye). Review of Financial Studies, 2018 Vol. 31(1). (2018 Sun Yefang Financial Innovation Award).
Political fractionalization and delay in fiscal stabilizations: A duration analysis(with Kevin Grier and Haichun Ye). Public Choice, 2015 Vol. 164.
Does inflation targeting help reduce financial dollarization?(with Haichun Ye). Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, 2013 Vol. 45(7).
What to target? Inflation or exchange rate (with Haichun Ye). Southern Economic Journal, 2012 Vol. 78(4).
The role of financial development in exchange rate regime choices (with Haichun Ye). Journal of International Money and Finance, 2011 Vol.30(4).
Freedom of information acts and public sector corruption (with Monica Escaleras and Charles Register). Public Choice, 2010 Vol. 145.
Dollarization does promote trade (with Haichun Ye). Journal of International Money and Finance, 2010 Vol. 29(6).
Do high interest rates deter speculative attacks? Evidence and some theory (with Kevin Grier). Journal of International Money and Finance, 2010 Vol. 29(5).
On the international effects of inflation targeting. The Review of Economics and Statistics, February 2010 Vol. 92(1).
A monte carlo evaluation of the efficiency of the PCSE estimator (with Xiujian Chen and W. Robert Reed). Applied Economics Letters, 2010 Vol. 17(1).
Speculative attacks and defenses as wars of attrition (with Kevin Grier). European Journal of Political Economy, 2009 Vol. 25.
Does inflation targeting make a difference in developing countries? (with Haichun Ye). Journal of Development Economics, 2009 Vol. 89(1).
Does inflation targeting really make a difference? Evaluating the treatment effect of inflation targeting in seven industrial countries (with Haichun Ye). Journal of Monetary Economics, November 2007 Vol. 54 (8).
Does it pay to go to the corners? An empirical evaluation of the bipolar view of exchange rate regimes. Economics Letters, 2006 Vol. 92(3).
Syaru Shirley Lin is a member of the founding faculty of the master’s program in global political economy at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. She also teaches at the University of Virginia, Tsinghua University in Beijing and National Chengchi University in Taipei. Courses she has taught include theories of international political economy, cross-Strait relations and the high income trap in East Asia. Her book, Taiwan’s China Dilemma, on the impact of the evolution of Taiwanese national identity on cross-Strait economic policy was published by Stanford University Press in 2016 and will be published in Chinese by Business Weekly in 2019. She is currently working on the high income trap in East Asia. Her commentary frequently appears in English and Chinese media. Professor Lin graduated cum laude from Harvard College and earned her masters and Ph.D. from the department of politics and public administration at the University of Hong Kong. She has also studied at Keio University in Tokyo and Complutense University of Madrid.
Professor Lin retired as a partner at Goldman Sachs, where she led the Principal Investment Area for Asia ex-Japan. In that capacity, she spearheaded the firm’s investments in many technology start-ups and was a founding board member of Alibaba Group and Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation. Prior to her work in private equity and venture capital, she specialized in the privatization of state-owned enterprises in mainland China, Taiwan and Singapore.
Professor Lin’s present board service includes Goldman Sachs Asia Bank, Langham Hospitality Investments, Mercuries Life Insurance and the Focused Ultrasound Foundation, a Virginia-based foundation that supports the development of new therapeutic medical technology. Appointed by the Hong Kong government, she is also a member of the Hong Kong Committee for Pacific Economic Cooperation.
MSc (The London School of Economics and Political Science)
China Political Economy
Currency Wars and Global Geopolitical Risk Development
“Demystifying China’s Mega Trends: The Driving Forces That Will Shake Up China and the World”, Emerald Publishing Limited, April 2017
“China’s Impossible Trinity: The Structural Challenges to the “Chinese Dream”, Palgrave Macmillan, July 2015
“Chi Time on China and the RMB’s Future”, BNP Paribas Investment Partners, December 2014
“The Renminbi Rises: Myths, Hypes and Realities of RMB Internationalisation and Reforms in the Post-Crisis World”, Palgrave Macmillan, July 2013
“Thinking the Inevitable: China’s Superpower Aspiration in the New Paradigm”, Enrich Professional Publishing, March 2012
“China after the Subprime Crisis – Opportunities in the New Economic Landscape”, Palgrave Macmillan, November 2010
“Asia and the Subprime Crisis - Lifting the Veil on the Financial Tsunami”, Palgrave Macmillan, 2009
“Understanding China’s Growth – Forces that Drive China’s Economic Future”, Palgrave Macmillan, 2007
“Phantom of the China Economic Threat – Shadow of the Next Asian Crisis”, Palgrave Macmillan, 2006
“The Misunderstood China – Uncovering the truth behind the bamboo curtain”, Pearson Prentice Hall, 2004
“When Asia Meets China in the New Millennium – China’s role in shaping Asia’s post-crisis economic transformation”, Pearson Prentice Hall, 2003
“Questions About the Renminbi Stress”, The Business Times, 25 July 2018
“China A-shares Have Tanked; What’s next?” The Business Times, Weekend, July 14-15, 2018
“Who Loses in a Sino-US Trade War?” The International Economy, Spring 2018
“Implications of Sino-US Trade Frictions”, Economic Kaleidoscope, Master Insight, 6 March 2018
“China’s Financial Stress and Investment Themes in 2018”, Economic Kaleidoscope, Master Insight, 22 January 2018
“China’s Goldilocks Outlook for 2018”, Asia’s Best Minds, Barron’s Asia, 4 December 2017
“What Next for the Chinese Yuan?” Asia’s Best Minds, Barron’s Asia, 14 September 2017
“China’s Possible Response to the Escalating US-North Korean Tension”, Economic Kaleidoscope, Master Insight, 8 September 2017
“Is the World at Risk of the “Japan Disease”?” in A Symposium of Views, The International Economy, Summer 2017
“China’s Stock and Bond Connect a Sign of Reform”, Executive Money, The Business Times, 7 July 2017
“China’s Faustian Bargain, An Extraordinary Debt Bomb?” The International Economy, Spring 2017
“Hard Landing Averted: What’s Next for China?” Asia’s Best Minds, Barron’s Asia, 27 April 2017
“Why China’s Debt Bomb Has Not Exploded”, Asia’s Best Minds, Barron’s Asia, 11 April 2017
“Is China Joining the Currency War?” Asia’s Best Minds, Barron’s Asia, 2 February 2017
“Trump and China and the Potential Surprises”, Economic Kaleidoscope, Master Insight, 17 January 2017
“What Trump’s Policies Will Mean for China’s Economy”, Investing & Wealth, The Business Times Weekend Saturday/Sunday, 14-15 January 2017
PhD (University of Illinois)
Mark Michelson is Chairman of the Asia CEO Forum for IMA Asia, which helps leaders of multinational companies in Asia Pacific to monitor and assess political, economic and commercial developments across the region -- and to integrate key insights into their operational and strategic business plans.
He also is Senior Counselor and member of the International Advisory Council at APCO Worldwide, which provides public affairs and strategic communications services in Asia-Pacific and globally, and established APCO’s first Asia office in 1997.
From 2004 through 2008, Dr. Michelson was Associate Director-General for Investment Promotion at Invest Hong Kong, the Hong Kong Government department that assists overseas and Mainland Chinese companies to set up and expand their businesses in Hong Kong.
Dr Michelson has spent over 35 years in the Asia/ Pacific region, mainly based in Hong Kong but also Japan. He has served as Chairman of the American Chamber of Commerce and the Hong Kong Country Club, and has been a member of three Hong Kong Government advisory committees. He currently chairs the Hong Kong Coalition for Services Industries Executive Committee of the Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce.
He has taught in the HKUST LAPP program and is an adjunct associate professor at the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
PHD (Manchester University)
MA (Carleton University)
BA (Tel Aviv University)
Dr. Mushkat has held for the past several years a variety of senior executive (director, managing director, vice chairman, and chairman) and research (chief economist, chief investment strategist, and director of research) positions in the Asian and global investment banking and investment management industries. During this period, he has also taught economics and finance at a number of American, Australian, European, and Hong Kong universities. He is currently affiliated, as an adjunct professor, with the Chinese University of Hong Kong, where he teaches graduate-level courses in the field of international economics and finance.
Dr. Mushkat completed his doctoral studies at the University of Manchester in the United Kingdom, and subsequently served as a full-time university professor for over a decade. His principal interests lie in economics, finance, corporate strategy, public policy, and social science methodology. He has published widely in these fields.
Social Science Methodology
"The Political Economy of Regulating Tobacco in a 'Laissez-Faire Haven': The Hong Kong Model", Tulane Journal of International and Comparative Law (2018), pp. 277-326 [with Dr R Mushkat]
“The Political Economy of Constitutional Incrementalism in Hong Kong”, Northwestern Interdisciplinary Law Review (2016), pp 1-46 [with Dr R Mushkat]
“The Political Economy of Regulating Competition in a Challenged Global Metropolis: The Hong Kong Blueprint”, North Carolina Journal of International Law (2015), pp 293-253 [with Dr R Mushkat]
“The Political Economy of China’s Regulatory State: A Reappraisal”, BYU Journal of Public Law (2012), pp101-139 [with Dr R Mushkat]
“The Political Economy of Corruption in China: The Principal-Agent Dimension”, International Journal of Public Law and Policy (2012), pp263-286 [with Dr R Mushkat]
“The Political Economy of State Accession to International Legal Regimes: A Reassessment of the China-World Trade Organization Nexus”, Journal of International Trade Law and Policy (2011), pp5-28 [with Dr R Mushkat]
“Assessing the Effectiveness of Environmental Governance Regimes: Remaining Gaps”, Interdisciplinary Environmental Review (2011), p166-189 [with Dr R Mushkat]
“Regime Transformation and Environmental Policy Innovation in China”, Interdisciplinary Environmental Review (2011), pp349-371 [with Dr R Mushkat]
“The Economics of Environmental Policy Implementation: Chinese Insights”, Economics and Policy of energy and the Environment (2010), pp105-127 [with Dr R Mushkat]
“The Political Economy of Hong Kong’s Transboundary Pollution: The Challenge of Effective Governance”, Journal of International Trade Law and Policy (2010), pp175-192 [with Dr R Mushkat]* [*chosen as an “Outstanding Paper Award Winner” at the Emerald Press Literati Network Awards for Excellence 2011]
“Environmental Governance in China: Taking Policy Instruments Seriously”, Economics and Policy of Energy and the Environment (2010), pp85-101 [with Dr R Mushkat]
“The Economic Dimension of Hong Kong’s Basic Law”, New Zealand Journal of Public and International Law (2009), pp273-316 [with Dr R Mushkat].
“The Political Economy of Hong Kong’s Open Skies Legal Regime”, San Diego International Law Journal (2009), pp 381-438[with Dr R Mushkat]
“The Political Economy of Chinese ‘Federalism’: New Analytical Directions”, Global Economic Review (2009), pp13-28 [with Dr R Mushkat].
“The Allocation of Ultra Scarce Property Rights in Hong Kong”, International Quarterly for Asian Studies (2008), pp 137-161 [with Dr R Mushkat].
BSc, MSc (East China Normal)
Urbanization and migration analysis
Spatial population modeling
Inter-city competition and cooperation
Urban and regional development
Pearl River Delta and China
SHEN Jianfa (2018), Urbanization, Regional Development and Governance in China, 184pags. Oxford: Routledge. (https://www.taylorfrancis.com/books/9781351389235).
SHEN Mingrui and SHEN Jianfa (2018),” Governing the countryside through state-led programmes: A case study of Jiangning District in Nanjing, China”, Urban Studies, vol. 55, no. 7, pp. 1439-1459.
SHEN Jianfa and Gordon KEE (2017), Development and Planning in Seven Major Coastal Cities in Southern and Eastern China, 254pgs. Berlin: Springer.
SHEN Jianfa and LIN Lijie (2017), “State-sponsored and spontaneous urbanization in Fujian province of China, 1982-2010”, Cities, vol. 60, Part B, pp. 420-427.
SHEN Jianfa and LIU Ye (2016), “Skilled and less-skilled interregional migration in China: A comparative analysis of spatial patterns and the decision to migrate in 2000-2005”, Habitat International, vol. 57, pp. 1-10.
SHEN Jianfa and YANG Xiaolan (2014), “Analyzing urban competitiveness changes in major Chinese cities 1995-2008", Applied Spatial Analysis and Policy, vol. 7, no. 4, pp. 361-379.
SHEN Jianfa (2007), "Scale, state and the city: urban transformation in post reform China". Habitat International, vol. 31, no. 3-4, pp. 303-316.
SHEN Jianfa, WONG Kwan-Yiu and FENG Zhiqiang (2002), "State sponsored and spontaneous urbanization in the Pearl River Delta of south China, 1980-1998". Urban Geography, vol. 23, no. 7, pp. 674-694.
WONG Kwan Yiu and SHEN Jianfa (eds) (2002), Resource Management, Urbanization and Governance in Hong Kong and the Zhujiang Delta, 307pgs. Hong Kong: The Chinese University Press.
Director, Research Centre for Urban and Regional Development, Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies
Associate Director, Shanghai-Hong Kong Development Institute
MA, PhD (University of Chicago)
BA (University of California, Santa Cruz)
Prof. Tsao’s research interests include the adoption of interdisciplinary and comparative approaches on the issues of public management and public polices in China and the impacts of globalization and regionalism on national and domestic policies
Prof. Tsao has published academic articles in the following journals:
Public Administration Review; Australian Journal of Public Administration; Administration and Society; Comparative Economic and Social Systems; Hong Kong Journal of Social Sciences; China Review; Review of Public Administration and Chinese Public Administration, among others.
Professor Tsao has been teaching at the Chinese University of Hong Kong since 1989. He also serves a visiting professor at the National Institute of Development Administration (NIDA) in Thailand and the China University of Political Science and Law.
Over the years, Prof. Tsao was serving as visiting scholar or professor at Harvard University, Stanford University; University of California, Berkeley; Antony’s College, University of Oxford; The University of New South Wales, Australia; Fudan University and Peking University, among others. He has also presented papers to and has been invited by numerous academic institutions and many professional organizations as well.
Prof. Tsao has also served as the referee for many academic journals and university presses: The China Quarterly; China: An International Journal; Chinese Public Administration Review; Asian Survey; Journal of Public Affairs Education; Public Organization Review; Public Administration; Management and Organization Review; Korean Journal of Public Administration; The Chinese University Press; Research Grants Council, Hong Kong Government; National Singapore University Press; University of Pittsburgh and Nanyang University of Singapore.
Prof. Tsao was an executive member of the Hong Kong Public Administration Association. He was also a council member of the Hong Kong Political Science Association and an executive member of the International Relations Committee of the American Public Administration Society. He was the founding member of the Hong Kong Public Administration Association.
PhD (Princeton University)
MSc, BSc, BEcon (Peking University)
Underlined names indicate my students, postdocs or research assistants; * indicates corresponding author
Guo, M., Y. Xu*, 2018. Coal-to-liquids projects in China under water and carbon constraints. Energy Policy. 117: 58-65.
Yang, H., J. Liu, K. Jiang, J. Meng, D. Guan, Y. Xu, S. Tao, 2018. Multi-objective analysis of the co-mitigation of CO2 and PM2.5 pollution by China's iron and steel industry. Journal of Cleaner Production. 185: 331-341.
Kwok, T.F., Y. Xu*, X. Liu, Y. Leung, 2018. The impacts of economic structure on China’s carbon dioxide emissions: an analysis with reference to other East Asian Economies. Climate Policy. https://doi.org/10.1080/14693062.2017.1418282
Zhang, W., Z. Lu, Y. Xu, C. Wang, Y. Gu, H. Xu, D. G. Streets, 2018. Black carbon emissions from biomass and coal in rural China. Atmospheric Environment. 176: 158–170.
Zhang, W., A. Li, Y. Xu*, J. Liu, 2018. The theory-practice gap of black carbon mitigation technologies in rural China. Atmospheric Environment. 174:122-131.
Kwok, T. F., C. H. Yeung, Y. Xu *, 2017. Swaying Public Opinion on Nuclear Energy: A Field Experiment in Hong Kong. Utilities Policy. 46: 48-57.
Wong, T.Y., Y. Xu *, Y. Chang, 2017. Cross-Boundary Air Pollution Control under "One Country, Two Systems": Perspectives from Hong Kong-Guangdong Collaboration, The Singapore Economic Review. 63(1):1-25.
Xu, Y. *, 2017. Climate Change as a Flagship Opportunity for Domestic Governance. Environmental Science & Technology.51(4):1946–1947.
Liu, X., Z. Yuan, Y. Xu, S. Jiang, 2017. Greening cement in China: A cost-effective roadmap. Applied Energy. 189: 233-244.
Kwok, T. F., Y. Xu*, P. T. Wong, 2017. Complying with Voluntary Energy Conservation Agreements (II): Lighting in Hong Kong's Shopping Malls. Resources, Conservation and Recycling. 117: 225-234.
Kwok, T. F., Y. Xu*, P. T. Wong, 2017. Complying with Voluntary Energy Conservation Agreements (I): Air Conditioning in Hong Kong's Shopping Malls. Resources, Conservation and Recycling. 117: 213-224.
He, G.*, H. Zhang*, Y. Xu*, X. Lu*, 2017. China’s clean power transition: Current status and future prospect. Resources, Conservation and Recycling. 121: 3-10.
He, G., H. Zhang, Y. Xu, X. Lu, 2017. Editorial: Clean power transition in China. Resources, Conservation and Recycling. 121: 1-2.
Guo, M., Y. Xu*, Y. D. Chen, 2017. Catching environmental noncompliance in shale gas development in China and the United States. Resources, Conservation and Recycling. 121:73-81
Meng, J., J. Liu, Y. Xu, D. Guan, Y. Huang, S. Tao, 2016. Globalization and Pollution: Tele-connecting Local Primary PM2.5 Emissions to Global Consumption. Proceedings of the Royal Society A. 472: 20160380.
Guo, M., X. Lu, C. P. Nielsen, M. B. McElroy, W. Shi, Y. Chen, Y. Xu, 2016. Potential for Shale Gas Production in China: Demands for Water. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Review. 66: 742–750.
Xu, Y.*, J. Liu*, 2016. Evaluating and addressing the leakage problems of black carbon mitigation in China's domestic sector, Environmental Science & Technology. 50(11): 5434–5435.
Li, Y., J. Meng, J. Liu*, Y. Xu, D. Guan, W. Tao, Y. Huang, S. Tao, 2016. Interprovincial Reliance for Improving Air Quality in China: A Case Study on Black Carbon Aerosol, Environmental Science & Technology, 50 (7): 4118–4126.
Wang, H., Z. Dong*, Y. Xu*, C. Ge, 2016. Eco-compensation for Watershed Services in China, Water International, 41(2): 271-289.
Zhang, B.*, H. Fei, P. He, Y. Xu*, Z. Dong, O. R. Young, 2016. The Indecisive Role of the Market in China's SO2 and COD Emissions Trading Markets, Environmental Politics, 25(5): 875-898.
Cui, Y.-Z., Lin, J.-T., Song, C., Liu, M.-Y., Yan, Y.-Y., Xu, Y., and Huang, B., 2016. Rapid growth in nitrogen dioxide pollution over Western China, 2005–2013, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 16, 6207–6221.
Xu, Y.*, G. Liu, 2015. Carbon capture and storage for Hong Kong's fuel mix. Utilities Policy, 36: 43-45
Meng, J., J. Liu*, Y. Xu, S. Tao, 2015. Tracing Primary PM2.5 emissions via Chinese supply chains. Environmental Research Letters, 10(5): 054005.
Wu, D., Y. Xu*, Y. Leung, and C.-W. Yung, 2015. The Behavioral Impacts of Firm-level Energy-conservation Goals in China’s 11th Five-Year Plan. Environmental Science & Technology, 49(1):85–92.
Wu, D., Y. Xu, S. Zhang, 2015. Will joint regional air pollution control be more cost-effective? An empirical study of China's Beijing–Tianjin–Hebei region. Journal of Environmental Management, 149:27–36.
Guo, M. Y., Y. Xu* and Y. Q. D. Chen, 2014. Fracking and Pollution: Can China Rescue Its Environment in Time? Environmental Science & Technology, 48(2): 891-892.
Xu, Y. *, 2013. Comparative advantage strategy for rapid pollution mitigation in China, Environmental Science & Technology, 47 (17): 9596–9603
Wu, F. *, Y. Xu, 2013. Sino-American Environmental Relations: The potential of Trans-Societal Linkages. Issues and Studies, 49(3): 73–110
Xu, Y.*, Yang, C.-J., and Xuan, X., 2013. Engineering and optimization approaches to enhance the thermal efficiency of coal electricity generation in China, Energy Policy, 60: 356–363.
Xu, Y.*, 2013. Using performance indicators to reduce cost uncertainty of China's CO2 mitigation goals, Energy Policy, 53: 454–461.
Xu, Y. *, 2011. China’s functioning market for sulfur dioxide scrubbing technologies, Environmental Science & Technology, 45(21): 9161–9167.
Xu, Y. *, 2011. Improvements in the operation of SO2 scrubbers in China’s coal power plants, Environmental Science & Technology, 45(2): 380–385.
Xu, Y. *, 2011. The use of a goal for SO2 mitigation planning and management in China’s 11th Five-Year Plan, Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 54(6): 769-783.
Xu, Y. *, R.H. Williams, R.H. Socolow, 2009. China’s Rapid Deployment of SO2 Scrubbers, Energy and Environmental Science, 2, 459-465.
Qian, W. H., X. Lin, Y.F. Zhu, Y. Xu, and J. L. Fu, 2007. Climatic regime shift and decadal anomalous events in China, Climatic Change 84:167-189.