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Associate Professor Zha Donglan
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Vita

 

Donglan ZHA

College of Economics and Management, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics


 


PO Box 150

Jiangning District

Phone:  (025)84893190-1010

Email: zdl@nuaa.edu


 


 

RESEARCH AND TEACHING INTERESTS

 

Research:

Published works as well as work under preparation feature analysis of energy economic and management. 

Teaching:

International trade, Marketing, Tax, Econometrics

 

ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS

 

Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics

Associate Professor (since 2012)

Lecturer (2009-2011)

             

EDUCATION

   2000.09―2004.07 China University of Mining and Technology Bachelor in Economic;

   2004.09―2008.08 College of Economics and Management, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, examination-free Master PhD student;

   2008.09―2009.03 Industrial and Systems Engineering, National University of Singapore, Joint PhD;

 

RESEARCH PROGRAM

 

Refereed Journal Articles

 

[1]     Donglan ZHA, Dequn Zhou, Peng Zhou. Driving forces differences of residential CO2 emissions from urban and rural: an index decomposition analysis of China from 1991 to 2004, Energy Policy, 2010, 38(7):3377-3383 (SSCI, SCI).

[2]     Donglan ZHA, Dequn Zhou. The Contribution degree of sub-sectors to structure effect and intensity effects on industry energy intensity in China from 1993 to 2003. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 2009, 13(4):859-902 (SCI).

[3]     Donglan ZHA, Dequn Zhou. The determinants of aggregated electricity intensity in China. Applied Energy, 2012, 9:150-156 (SSCI, SCI).

[4]     Donglan ZHA, Dequn Zhou. Environmental efficiency analysis of China industry sector: A directional distance function approach. International Journal of Global Energy Issues, 2009, 32:68-82 (EI).

[5]     Donglan ZHA. Research on regional energy saving potential——based on nonparametric radial adjustment and slack adjustment. International Conference on Business and Management, 2012 (EI).

[6]     Donglan ZHA, Dequn Zhou. The research on China’s energy efficiency rebound effect based on CGE model. The Journal of Quantitative & Technical Economics, 2010, 12:39-53 (in Chinese).

[7]     Donglan ZHA. The research on the differences of factors influencing CO2 emission from energy-intensive and non energy-intensive industries of China. Finance and Trade Research, 2008(1):13-19 (in Chinese).

[8]     Donglan ZHA. The influencing effects research about energy consumption and its related CO2 emission of industry. China Journal of Management Science, 2007(15) (in Chinese).

[9]    Donglan ZHA, Dequn Zhou. Root cause: no reduce to energy consumption with the increase of energy efficiency the literature review of energy rebound effect. Management Review, 2012, 24(1):45-51 (in Chinese).

[10] Donglan ZHA, Dequn Zhou. The Total Factor Productivity Growth under the Restraint of Energy Consumption——A Stochastic Frontier Production Panel Data Model with Time-variant. Systems Engineering, 2009, 27(6):8-14 (in Chinese).

 

Book

 

Dequn ZHOU, Donglan ZHA (2012), Research on Chinese energy efficiency. China Science Press, Beijing: 2012.

 

 

AWARDS AND HONORS

 

Award for Excellent PhD thesis of JiangSu Province, China, 2010.

Award for Excellent technology individual, College of Economics and Management, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, 2012.

 

                        PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

 

Energy Soft Science Center Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics (2008-Present)

 

Courses taught at NUAA:

Marketing (International Undergraduate Students)

Econometrics (International Graduate Students)

Tax (Chinese Undergraduate Students)

Principle of International Trade (Chinese Undergraduate Students)

 

Welcome candidate of Master degree students of Economics (International trade, Energy Economics and International Business)

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