School of International Trade and Economics - University of International Business and Economics

Department of International Trade


Associate Professor of Economics, School of International Trade and Economics, University of International Business and Economics, July 2012-present

Executive Editor, Journal of Chinese Economic and Foreign Trade Studies, August 2012-present




Doctor of Philosophy in Economics, University of Southampton, 2002-2006

Master of Arts in Economics, Peking University, 1994-1997

Bachelor of Arts in Economics, Peking University, 1989-1994



Assistant Professor of Economics, Peking University, September 2006-July 2012

Research Assistant, University of Southampton, December 2003-September 2005

Visiting Scholar, Department of Managerial Economics and Decision Sciences, J. L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management, Northwestern University, September 1999-March 2000

Lecturer in Economics, Peking University, 1999-2002

Assistant Lecturer in Economics, Peking University, 1997-1999



Undergraduate: Industrial Economics, International Economics, International Trade, Economic Research and Thesis Writing

Graduate: Advanced Topics in Microeconomic Theory (Game Theory and Information Economics), International Trade

MBA: Managerial Economics

EDP: Managerial Economics



International Trade, China's Trade Policy and FDI Policy

Political Economy, Political Economy of Trade Policy and FDI Policy in China

Public Economics, Industrial Organization, Environmental Economics



Chinese Student Awards, The Great Britain-China Educational Trust, 2005

Research Studentship in the Economics Division of School of Social Sciences, University of Southampton, 2002-2003

Overseas Research Student Awards, 2002-2005

The 17th An Zijie Awards for International Trade Research, Third Class, (with Yang Yue and Qi Duan), 2012

The 11th Peking University Research Awards in the Humanities and Social Sciences, Second Class, (with Fei Li), Peking University, 2011

Mundell Prize for International Economics, (with Jidong Zhou), China Center for Economic Research, Peking University, 2003

GE Scholarship, Peking University, 2000-2001

Peking University Excellent Tutor Award, 1998-1999

China Center for Economic Research Scholarship, Peking University, 1995-1996

Peking University Founder Scholarship, 1994-1995



1.       “Market size, local sourcing and policy competition for foreign direct investment”, Accepted for publication in the Review of International Economics.

2.       “Advertising Subsidy and International Oligopolistic Competition”, (with Alistair M. Ulph), Review of International Economics, vol. 20 (2012), pp. 793-806.

3.       “Is an export subsidy a robust trade policy recommendation toward a unionized duopoly?”, Economics and Politics, vol. 20 (2008), pp. 141-155.

4.       “Climate change, mitigation and adaptation with uncertainty and learning”, (with Alan Ingham and Alistair M. Ulph), Energy Policy, vol. 35 (2007), pp. 5354-5369.