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Yiming Wei

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Professor Yi-Ming Wei, Ph.D.


 
  Yi-Ming Wei is a Distinguished professor of Energy and Environmental Economics, Beijing Institute of Technology(Ranking 50,Top 3% authors in the field of Environmental Economics at IDEAS). He is the Dean of the School of Management and Economics, Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT), China. He is also the Founding Director of the Center for Energy and Environmental Policy Research at BIT (Ranking 111,Top 4% institutions in the field of Environmental Economics at IDEAS ).
  Yi-Ming Wei has more than 25 years of experience in the energy industry, including academia, research, consulting. Previously, Dr. Yi-Ming Wei joined the Institute of Policy and Management, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) from the State Key Laboratory of Resources and Environment Information System of China, he was appointed as the Deputy Director-General of the CAS institute of Policy and Management from October 2000 to November 2008. He is also the founding director of IPM-CAS and RIET-CNPC Joint Center for Energy and Environmental Policy Research.
  His recent research and teaching focus on Energy Policy and Energy Economics, CO2 emission and Climate Policy, Energy Modeling. He has performed over 30 research projects for various China governmental agencies including NDRC, MOST, NEA, NSFC,CNPC,SGCC and CAS, and such international organizations as the World Bank, EU-FP7. He published 15 books and over 200 papers in peer review Journals including Energy Economics, Ecological Economics,Quantitative Finance, Energy Policy, Resource Policy, Applied Energy, Energy, Energy Conversion and Management, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change, Environmental Impact Assessment Review, Journal of Cleaner Production, Energy & Environment, Environmental Modelling and Software, Journal of Policy Modeling, Computers and Industrial Engineering , Omega.
  Prof. Wei has been awarded by the Prize of Science and Technology for Young Scholars (2001), National Natural Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars (2004), and honor of National Excellent Postdoctoral (2005), Hundred Talents Program of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (2005), Chair Professor of Changjiang Scholar program of the Ministry of Education of China(2008), Honor of Excellent Researcher of China Awarded by China Association for Science and Technology(2012), Honor of Excellent Teacher of Beijing Municipality(2013).
  He is the President of The Chinese Society of Energy Economics and Management of OOPEM, Vice President of the Chinese Society of Optimization, Overall Planning and Economic Mathematics (OOPEM), President of Chinese Society of Complex System Research of OOPEM, Vice President of Chinese Society of Computer simulation of OOPEM, Vice Chairman of Energy System Engineering Council of China Energy Research Society.
  Currently, Prof.Wei is the subject editor of Applied Energy, associate editor of Energy Strategy Reviews, and a member of board of such Journals as International Journal of Global Energy Issues, Petroleum Science, Energy of China, International Journal of Risk Assessment & Management, International Journal of Management and Decision Making. He also served as the guest editor of an issue/volume of several journals including Computers and Industrial Engineering, International Journal of Global Energy Issues, Energy Strategy Reviews, Natural Hazards, Annals of Operations Research

Research-related Prizes and Honors
2014 Science and Technology AWARD of Ministry of Education of China
2013 Honor of Excellent Teacher of Beijing Municipality.
2013 Philosophy and Social Science AWARD of Beijing Municipality.
2012 Science and Technology AWARD of Ministry of Education of China
2012 Honor of Excellent Researcher of China Awarded by China Association for Science and Technology
2008 Chair Professor of Changjiang Scholar program of the Ministry of Education of China
2005 Hundred Talents Program of the Chinese Academy of Sciences
2005 Honor of the National Excellent Postdoctoral in the 30th Anniversary Celebration of National Postdoctoral Program
2005 Natural Science AWARD of Hubei Province
2005 Science and Technology AWARD of Beijing Municipality
2004 National Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars
2003 Natural Science AWARD of Hubei Province
2002 Science and Technology AWARD of Beijing Municipality
2001 Young Scientist Award of China from the Ministry of Personnel of China and China Association for Science and Technology
Representative Publications
Books
[1] Y.-M. Wei, H. Liao, K. Wang, Y. Hao, China Energy Report ‘2014: Energy Poverty Research, Science Press, Beijing, 234 pages (2014) [ISBN 978-7-03-040714-6] (in Chinese).
[2] Y.-M. Wei, Y.-J.. Zhang, China’s Energy Economy: An Illustrated Guide, Science Press, Beijing, 112 pages (2013) [ISBN 978-7-03-038278-8] (in Chinese).
[3] Y.-M. Wei, G. Wu, Q.-M. Liang, H. Liao, China Energy Report ‘2012: Energy Security Research, Science Press, Beijing, 239 pages (2012) [ISBN 978-7-03-034497-7] (in Chinese).
[4] Y.-J.. Zhang, Y.-M. Wei, Risk management of Petroleum Market : Models and Methods, Science Press, Beijing, 197 pages (2013) [ISBN 978-7-03-03618-8] (in Chinese).
[5] Y.-M. Wei, H. Liao, China Energy Report ‘2010: Energy Efficiency Research, Science Press, Beijing, 239 pages (2010) [ISBN 978-7-03-028838-7] (in Chinese).
[6] Y.-M. Wei, S.-P. Zhou, et al, Risk Assessment on Oversea Mineral Resources Exploration and Utilization, The Geological Publishing House, Beijing, 358 pages (2010) [ISBN 978-7-116-06853-7] (in Chinese).
[7] Y.-M. Wei, K. Wang, Z.-H. Feng, Carbon Finance and Carbon Market: Method and Empirical Analysis, Science Press, Beijing, 505 pages (2010) [ISBN 978-7-5111-0181-5] (in Chinese).
[8] Y.-M. Wei, L.C.Liu, G. Wu, L.-L-Zou, Energy Economics: CO2 Emissions in China, Srpinger, Heidelberg, 322 pages (2010) [ISBN 978-3-642-13846-1] .
[9] Y.-M. Wei, Y.Fan, Z.Y. Han and G. Wu, Energy Economics: Modeling and Empirical Analysis in China., Taylor & Francis Group, New York, 313 pages (2010) [ISBN 978-1-4398-1121-4] .
[10] Y.-M. Wei, Addressing Climate Change, Chinese Environmental Science Press, Beijing, 505 pages (2010) [ISBN 978-7-5111-0181-5] (in Chinese).
[11] Y.-M. Wei, C. L. Liu, Y.Fan, and G. Wu, China Energy Report ‘2008: CO2 Emission Research, Science Press, Beijing, 304 pages (2008) [ISBN 978-7-03-021728-8] (in Chinese).
[12] Y.-M. Wei, Y.Fan, Z.Y. Han and G. Wu, China Energy Report ‘2006: Strategy and Policy Research, Science Press, Beijing, 304 pages (2006) [ISBN 7-03-017002-4] (in Chinese).
[13] Y.-M.Wei, C.L.Fang, J.M.Li. and J. Yan, China’s Technology Policy in Petroleum, Science Press, Beijing, 193 pages (2006) [ISBN 7-03-016669-8] (in Chinese).
[14] Y.-M. Wei, Xiao-Feng Fu,Chang-Jie Chen, Theory and Its Applications of Sustainable Development Management in China, Science Press, Beijing,248 pages (2002) [ISBN 7-03-015110-0] (in Chinese).
[15] Q.-H Hu, Y.-M. Wei, Linear Programming and Its Applications, Science Press, Beijing, 248 pages (2004) [ISBN 7-03-012632-7] (in Chinese).
[16] C.-H Chen, Y.-M Wei, Ji-Lun Ma, Strategy on Resource of Petroleum and Metal Deposit in China, Agriculture Science and Technology Press, Beijing, 248 pages (2003) [ISBN 7-80167-595-9/S 441] (in Chinese). (in Chinese).
Text Books
[1] Yi-Ming Wei, Jian-Ling Jiao, Advanced Energy Economics, Tsinghua University Press,Beijing,251 pages (2013) [ISBN 978-7-302-32983-1] (in Chinese).
[2] Yi-Ming Wei, Jian-Ling Jiao, Hua Liao, Energy Economics, Tsinghua University Press,Beijing,197 pages (2013) [ISBN 978-7-302-33555-1] (in Chinese).
Selected Publications in Refereed International Journal (*corresponding author)

[1] Y. Hao, H. Liao, Y.-M. Wei*, 2015, Is China’s carbon reduction target allocation reasonable? An analysis based on carbon intensity convergence. Applied Energy, 142, pp 229-239.
[2] H. Yu, B.-J. Tang, X.-C. Yuan, S. Wang, Y.-M. Wei*, 2015, How do the appliance energy standards work in China? Evidence from room air conditioners. Energy and Buildings, 86, pp 833-840.
[3] J.-L. Fan, B.-J. Tang, H. Yu, Y.-B. Hou, Y.-M. Wei, 2015, Impacts of socioeconomic factors on monthly electricity consumption of China’s sectors. Natural Hazards, 75 (2), pp 2039-2047.
[4] B. Zhu, P. Wang, J. Chevallier, Y.-M. Wei, 2015, Carbon Price Analysis Using Empirical Mode Decomposition. Computational Economics, 45 (2), pp 195-206.
[5] J. He, X.-H. Yang, J.-Q. Li, J.-L. Jin, Y.-M. Wei, X.-J. Chen, 2015, Spatiotemporal variation of meteorological droughts based on the daily comprehensive drought index in the Haihe River basin, China. Natural Hazards, 75 (2), pp 199-217.
[6] J.-L. Fan, Q.-M. Liang, X.-J. Liang, H. Tatano, Y. Kajitani, Y.-M. Wei*, 2014, National vulnerability to extreme climatic events: the cases of electricity disruption in China and Japan. Natural Hazards, 71 (3), pp 1937-1956.
[7] Q.-M. Liang, Y.-F. Yao, L.-T. Zhao, C. Wang, R.-G. Yang, Y.-M. Wei*, 2014, Platform for China Energy & Environmental Policy Analysis: A general design and its application. Environmental Modelling & Software, 51, pp 195-206.
[8] J.-L. Jiao, K.-Y. Han, G. Wu, L.-L. Li, Y.-M. Wei, 2014, The effect of an SPR on the oil price in China: A system dynamics approach. Applied Energy, 133, pp 363-373.
[9] D.A. Johansson, P. Lucas, M. Weitzel, E. Ahlgren, A.B. Bazaz, W. Chen, M.J. den Elzen, J. Ghosh, M. Grahn, Q.-M. Liang, S. Peterson, B. Pradhan, B. van Ruijven, P.R. Shukla, D. van Vuuren, Y.-M. Wei, 2014, Multi-model comparison of the economic and energy implications for China and India in an international climate regime. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change, pp 1-25.
[10] G.C.K. Leung, A. Cherp, J. Jewell, Y.-M. Wei, 2014, Securitization of energy supply chains in China. Applied Energy, 123, pp 316-326.
[11] Z.A. Memon, Y.-M. Wei, M.G. Robson, M.A.O. Khattak, 2014, Keeping track of ‘corporate social responsibility’ as a business and management discipline: case of Pakistan. Journal of Cleaner Production, 74, pp 27-34.
[12] B. Wang, R.-Y. Ke, X.-C. Yuan, Y.-M. Wei*, 2014, China׳s regional assessment of renewable energy vulnerability to climate change. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 40, pp 185-195.
[13] B. Wang, X.-J. Liang, H. Zhang, L. Wang, Y.-M. Wei*, 2014, Vulnerability of hydropower generation to climate change in China: Results based on Grey forecasting model. Energy Policy, 65, pp 701-707.
[14] B. Wang, I. Nistor, T. Murty, Y.-M. Wei*, 2014, Efficiency assessment of hydroelectric power plants in Canada: A multi criteria decision making approach. Energy Economics, 46, pp 112-121.
[15] B. Wang, S.-Y. Pan, R.-Y. Ke, K. Wang, Y.-M. Wei*, 2014, An overview of climate change vulnerability: a bibliometric analysis based on Web of Science database. Natural Hazards, 74 (3), pp 1649-1666.
[16] C. Wang, H. Liao, S.-Y. Pan, L.-T. Zhao, Y.-M. Wei*, 2014, The fluctuations of China’s energy intensity: Biased technical change. Applied Energy, 135, pp 407-414.
[17] K. Wang, Y.-M. Wei, 2014, China’s regional industrial energy efficiency and carbon emissions abatement costs. Applied Energy, 130, pp 617-631.
[18] Y.-M. Wei*, L. Wang, H. Liao, K. Wang, T. Murty, J. Yan, 2014, Responsibility accounting in carbon allocation: A global perspective. Applied Energy, 130, pp 122-133.
[19] Y. Yao, Q.-M. Liang, D.-W. Yang, H. Liao, Y.-M. Wei*, 2014, How China’s current energy pricing mechanisms will impact its marginal carbon abatement costs? Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change, pp 1-23.
[20] H. Yu, S.-Y. Pan, B.-J. Tang, Z.-F. Mi, Y. Zhang, Y.-M. Wei*, 2014, Urban energy consumption and CO2 emissions in Beijing: current and future. Energy Efficiency, pp 1-17.
[21] S. Yu, Y.-M. Wei, H. Guo, L. Ding, 2014, Carbon emission coefficient measurement of the coal-to-power energy chain in China. Applied Energy, 114, pp 290-300.
[22] S. Yu, Y.-M. Wei, K. Wang, 2014, Provincial allocation of carbon emission reduction targets in China: An approach based on improved fuzzy cluster and Shapley value decomposition. Energy Policy, 66, pp 630-644.
[23] X. Zhang, X. Wang, J. Chen, X. Xie, K. Wang, Y.-M. Wei, 2014, A novel modeling based real option approach for CCS investment evaluation under multiple uncertainties. Applied Energy, 113, pp 1059-1067.
[24] B. Zhu, J. Chevallier, S. Ma, Y.-M. Wei, 2014, Examining the structural changes of European carbon futures price 2005–2012. Applied Economics Letters, 22 (5), pp 335-342.
[25] B. Zhu, S. Ma, J. Chevallier, Y.-M. Wei, 2014, Modelling the dynamics of European carbon futures price: A Zipf analysis. Economic Modelling, 38, pp 372-380.
[26] Z.-S. Zhu, H. Liao, H.-S. Cao, L. Wang, Y.-M. Wei*, J. Yan, 2014, The differences of carbon intensity reduction rate across 89 countries in recent three decades. Applied Energy, 113, pp 808-815.
[27] Y.-M. Wei*, L,-L Zou, K Wang, W,-J Yi, L Wang, 2013, Review of proposals for an Agreement on Future Climate Policy: Perspectives from the responsibilities for GHG reduction, Energy Strategy Reviews,2,pp 161-168.
[28] Q.-M Liang, Q Wang, Y.-M Wei,2013, Assessing the Distributional Impacts of Carbon Tax Among Households Across Different Income Groups: The Case of China, Energy & Environment,24,pp 1323-1346
[29] Liao H., Du J., Y.-M. Wei*, 2013, Energy Conservation in China: Key Provincial Sectors at Two-digit Level. Applied Energy, 104(1): pp457-465.
[30] Yuan X.C., Zhou Y.L., Jin J.L., Wei Y.-M.*, 2013, Risk analysis for drought hazard in China: a case study in Huaibei Plain. Natural Hazards, 67(2): pp 879-900.
[31] Fan J.L., Liao H., Liang Q.M., Tatano H, Liu C.F., Y.-M. Wei *, 2013, Residential carbon emission evolutions in urban–rural divided China: An end-use and behavior analysis. Applied Energy, 101:pp323-332.
[32] Wang K., Zhang X., Y.-M.Wei, 2013, Regional allocation of CO2 emissions allowance over provinces in China by 2020. Energy Policy, 54: pp 214-229.
[33] Zhu B. Z., Y.-M Wei, 2013, Carbon price forecasting with a novel hybrid ARIMA and least squares support vector machines methodology. Omega, 41: pp 517-524.
[34] Zhang X, K Wang , Y Hao, J.-L Fan, Y.-M Wei,2013,The impact of government policy on preference for NEVs: The evidence from China,. Energy Policy, 61, 382-393.
[35] Wang P., Wu W., Zhu B.Z, Y.-M Wei., 2013, Examining the impact factors of energy-related CO2 emissions using the STIRPAT model in Guangdong Province, China. Applied Energy, 106:pp 65-71.
[36] Wang B., Yu H., Y.-M. Wei, 2013, Impact factors of public attitudes towards nuclear power development: a questionnaire survey in China. International Journal of Global Energy Issues, 36(1): pp 61-79.
[37] Wang K., Y.-M. Wei, Zhang X., 2013, Energy and emissions efficiency patterns of Chinese regions: A multi-directional efficiency analysis. Applied Energy, 104: pp105-116.
[38] Zhang X., J.-L. Fan,Y.-M.Wei, 2013, Technology roadmap study on carbon capture, utilization and storage in China, Energy Policy, 59, pp536–550.
[39] Wang K., Lu B., Y.-M. Wei, 2013, China's regional energy and environmental efficiency: A Range-Adjusted Measure based analysis. Applied Energy, 112: pp1403-1415.
[40] Wang K., Wang L., Y.-M. Wei, Ye M., 2013, Beijing storm of July 21, 2012: observations and reflections. Natural Hazards, 67: pp969-974.
[41] Wu G, Y.-M. Wei*, C. Nielsen, X Lu, M B. McElroy, 2012, A dynamic programming model of China's strategic petroleum reserve: General strategy and the effect of emergencies,Energy Economics, 34(4), pp 1234-1243.
[42] Jiao, J. L., Gan, H. H., Y.-M. Wei *, 2012, The Impact of Oil Price Shocks on Chinese Industries. Energy Sources(Part B: Economics, Planning, and Policy), 7(4): pp348-356.
[43] Yu S.W., Y.-M. Wei, Wang K., 2012, China's primary energy demands in 2020: predictions from an MPSO–RBF estimation model. Energy Conversion and Management, 61: 59-66.
[44] Liao H., Y.-M. Wei *, 2012, Will the Aggregation Approach affect Energy Efficiency Performance Assessment? Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 16(7): 4537-4542.
[45] Liang Q.M., Y.-M. Wei *, 2012, Distributional impacts of taxing carbon in China: Results from the CEEPA model. Applied Energy, 92(4): 545-551.
[46] Wang K. , Y.-M.Wei, Zhang X., 2012, A comparative analysis of China’s regional energy and emission performance: Which is the better way to deal with undesirable outputs? Energy Policy, 46: 574-584.
[47] Fang, B., Liu, C. F., Zou, L. L., Y.-M. Wei*, 2012, The assessment of health impact caused by energy use in urban areas of China: an intake fraction–based analysis. Natural Hazards, 62(1): 101-114.
[48] Wu, G, Liu L. C, Han Z.-Y, Y.-M. Wei*, 2012, Climate protection and China’s energy security: Win–win or tradeoff. Applied Energy, 97(C), pp157-163.
[49] Wang Z.H., Zeng H.L., Y.-M. Wei *, Zhang Y.X., 2012, Regional total factor energy efficiency: An empirical analysis of industrial sector in China. Applied Energy, 97: 115-123.
[50] Yu S.W., Y.-M. Wei, 2012, Prediction of China's Coal Production-Environmental Pollution Based on a Hybrid GA-SD Model. Energy policy, 42(3): 521-529.
[51] Jin, J. L., Y.-M. Wei*,. L. L. Zou, L. Liu, Fu, J. 2012, Risk evaluation of China’s natural disaster systems: an approach based on triangular fuzzy numbers and stochastic simulation. Natural Hazards, 62(1):129-139.
[52] Yu S.W., Y.-M. Wei, Fan J.L., Zhang X., Wang K., 2012, Exploring the regional characteristics of inter - provincial CO2 emissions in China: An improved fuzzy clustering analysis based on particle swarm optimization. Applied Energy, 92: 552-562.
[53] Jin, J. L., Y.-M. Wei*, L. L. Zou, L., Liu, W., Zhang, Y. Zhou, 2012, Forewarning of sustainable utilization of regional water resources: a model based on BP neural network and set pair analysis. Natural Hazards, 62(1):115-127.
[54] Yu S.W., Y.-M. Wei, Wang K., 2012, A PSO–GA optimal model to estimate primary energy demand of China. Energy policy, 42(3): 329-340.
[55] Feng, Z.H., Y.-M. Wei, Wang, K., 2012, Estimating risk for the carbon market via extreme value theory: An empirical analysis of the EU ETS. Applied Energy, 99: 97–108.
[56] Cong, R.G, Y.-M. Wei, 2012, Experimental comparison of impact of auction format on carbon allowance market. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 16(6): 4148–4156.
[57] L.-C Liu, G. Wu, J.-N Wang, Y.-M. Wei*, 2011 ,China’s carbon emissions from urban and rural households during 1992-2007, Journal of Cleaner Production, 19( 3), pp 1754-1762.
[58] Z.-H Feng, L.-L. Zou, Y.-M. Wei*, 2011, Carbon price volatility: Evidence from EU ETS, Applied Energy, 88( 3), pp 590-598.
[59] Y.-J Zhang, Y.-M. Wei, 2011,The dynamic influence of advanced stock market risk on international crude oil return: an empirical analysis, Quantitative Finance, 11(7), pp 967–978.
[60] W.-J Yi, L.-L. Zou, J.Guo, K.-Wang, Y.-M. Wei*,2011,How can China reach its CO2 intensity reduction targets by 2020?A regional allocation based on equity and development, Energy Policy,39(5),pp 2407–2415.
[61] Z.-H Feng, L.-L. Zou, Y.-M. Wei*, 2011,The impact of household consumption on energy use and CO2 emissions in China, Energy, 36( 1), pp 656-670.
[62] Z.-H Feng, Y.-M. Wei*, 2011, How does carbon price change? Evidences from EU ETS, Int. J. Global Energy Issues,35( 3), pp 132-144.
[63] Y.-J Zhang, Y.-M. Wei*, 2010, The crude oil market and the gold market: Evidence for cointegration, causality and price discovery, Resource Policy, 35(3), pp 168-177.
[64] R.-G Cong, Y.-M. Wei*, 2010, Potential impact of (CET) carbon emissions trading on China’s power sector: A perspective from different allowance allocation option, Energy, 35(9), pp 3921-3931.
[65] Y.-J Zhang, Y.-M. Wei*, 2010, An overview of current research on EU ETS: Evidence from its operating mechanism and economic effect, Applied Energy, 87(6), pp 1804-1814.
[66] H. Liao, Y.-M. Wei*, 2010, China's energy consumption: A perspective from Divisia aggregation approach, Energy, 35(1), pp 28-34.
[67] J.-L Jiao, H.-Z Ge, Y.-M. Wei*, 2010, .Impact analysis of China’s coal-electricity price linkage mechanism: Results from a game model, Journal of Policy Modeling, 32,pp 574–588.
[68] J. Guo, L.-L. Zou, Y.-M. Wei*, 2010, Impact of inter-sectoral trade on national and global CO2 emissions: An empirical analysis of China and US, Energy Policy, 38(3), pp 1389-1397.
[69] L.-L. Zou, Y.-M. Wei*, 2010, Driving factors for social vulnerability to coastal hazards in Southeast Asia: results from the meta-analysis,Nat Hazards, 54(3), pp 901–929.
[70] L.-C Liu, J.-N. Wang, G. Wu, Y.-M. Wei*, 2010, China's regional carbon emissions change over 1997-2007, International Journal of Energy and Environment, 1(1), pp161-176.
[71] L-.Y. He, Y.Fan, Y.-M. Wei*, 2009, Impact of speculator's expectations of returns and time scales of investment on crude oil price behaviors, Energy Economics, 31(1), pp 77-84.
[72] G. Wu, L.-Cui Liu, Y.-M. Wei*, 2009, Comparison of China's oil import risk: Results based on portfolio theory and a diversification index approach, Energy Policy, 37(9), pp 3557-3565.
[73] Q.-M. Liang, Y. Fan, Y.-M. Wei*, 2009, The effect of energy end-use efficiency improvement on China’s energy use and CO2 emission: A CGE model-based analysis, Energy Efficiency, 2, pp 243-262.
[74] H. Liao, Y. Fan, Y.-M. Wei*, 2009, China’s targets 20% reduction in energy intensity by 2010, Int. J. Global Energy Issues, 31(1), pp 10-17.
[75] Y. Fan, S.-J Ying, B.-H. Wang, Y.-M. Wei*, 2009, The effect of investor psychology on the complexity of stock market: An analysis based on cellular automaton model, Computers & Industrial Engineering, 56(1), pp 63-69.
[76] J.-L. Jiao, Y. Fan, Y.-M. Wei*, 2009, The structural break and elasticity of coal demand in China, empirical findings from 1980-2006, Int. J. Global Energy Issues,, 31(4), pp 331-344.
[77] L.-L.Zou, Y.-M. Wei*, 2009, Impact assessment using DEA of coastal hazards on social-economy in Southeast Asia, Nature Hazards,48(1), pp 167–189.
[78] Y.-M. Wei*, G.. Wu, Y. Fan, L.C. Liu, 2008, Empirical analysis of optimal strategic petroleum reserve in China, Energy Economics, 30(2), pp 290-302.
[79] R.-G. Cong, Y. Fan, Y.-M. Wei*, 2008, Relationships between oil price shocks and stock market: An empirical analysis from China, Energy Policy, 36(9), pp 3544-3553.
[80] Y. Fan, Y.-J. Zhang, H.-T. Tsai, Y.-M. Wei*, 2008, Estimating ‘Value at Risk’ of crude oil price and its spillover effect using the GED-GARCH approach, Energy Economics, 30(6), pp 3156-3171.
[81] Y.-J. Zhang, Y. Fan, H.-T. Tsai, Y.-M. Wei*,2008,Spillover effect of US dollar exchange rate on oil prices, Journal of Policy Modeling, 30(6), pp 973-991.
[82] G.. Wu, Y. Fan, L.C. Liu, Y.-M. Wei*, 2008, An empirical analysis of the dynamic programming model of stockpile acquisition strategies for China's strategic petroleum reserve, Energy Policy, 36(4), pp 1470-1478.
[83] J.-L Jin, J.Cheng, Y.-M. Wei*,2008, Forecasting flood disasters using an accelerated genetic algorithm: Examples of two case studies for China, Nature Hazards, 44(2),pp 85–92.
[84] Y. Fan, Q.Liang, Y.-M. Wei*, 2008, A Generalized Pattern Matching Approach for Multi-step Prediction of Crude Oil Price, Energy Economics, 30(3), pp889-904.
[85] C.-H. Xu, J.-P. Hu, Y.- Fan, Y.-M. Wei*, 2008, Forecast on The Growth Climate of Chinas Passenger Vehicle Ownership. Int. J. Foresight and Innovation Policy, 4(3/4), pp348-358.
[86] Y.-M. Wei*, H. Liao, Y. Fan, 2007, An empirical analysis of energy efficiency in China's iron and steel sector. Energy, 32(12), pp 2262-2270.
[87] L.-C Liu, Y.Fan, G. Wu, Y.-M. Wei*, 2007. Using LMDI method to analyze the change of China’s industrial CO2 emissions from final fuel use: An empirical analysis. Energy Policy, 35(11): 5892-5900
[88] Y. Fan, L. C. Liu, G. Wu, H.-T. Tsai and Y.-M. Wei* 2007, Changes in carbon intensity in China: Empirical findings from 1980–2003, Ecological Economics, 62(3), pp 683-691.
[89] Q. -M. Liang, Y. Fan and Y. -M. Wei*, 2007, Carbon taxation policy in China: How to protect energy- and trade-intensive sectors?, Journal of Policy Modeling, 29(2), pp 311–333.
[90] Y.-M. Wei*, L. C. Liu, Y. Fan and G. Wu, 2007, The impact of lifestyle on energy use and CO2 emission: An empirical analysis of China's residents, Energy Policy, 35(1), pp 247-257.
[91] Q.M Liang, Y.Fan and Y.-M Wei*, 2007, Multi-regional input–output model for regional energy requirements and CO2 emissions in China, Energy Policy, 35(3), pp 1685-1700.
[92] Z.-Y Han, Y.Fan, J.-L Jiao, J.-S Yan, Y.-M. Wei*,2007, Energy structure, marginal efficiency and substitution rate: An empirical study of China, Energy, 32(6), pp 935-942.
[93] H. Liao, Y.Fan, Y.-M Wei*, 2007. What induced China's energy intensity to fluctuate: 1997-2006? Energy Policy,35(9),pp 4640-4649.
[94] J.L Jiao, Y. Fan, Y.-M. Wei*, Z.Y Han, J.T Zhang,2007,Analysis of the co-movement between Chinese and international crude oil price, Int. J. Global Energy Issues,, 27(1), pp 61-68.
[95] Y. Fan, H. Liao, Y.-M. Wei*, 2007, Can market oriented economic reforms contribute to energy efficiency improvement? Evidence from China, Energy Policy, 35(4), pp 2287-2295.
[96] Y. Fan, J.-L. Jiao, Q.-M Liao, Z.-Y. Han, Y.-M. Wei*, 2007, The impact of rising international crude oil price on China’s economy: an empirical analysis with CGE model, Int. J. Global Energy Issues, 27(4), pp404-424.
[97] Y. Fan, Q.M Liang, Y.M Wei* and N. Okada, 2007, A model for China's energy requirements and CO2 emissions analysis, Environmental Modelling & Software, 22(3), pp 378-393.
[98] L.-Y. He, Y. Fan, Y.-M. Wei*, 2007, The Empirical Study on Fractal Features and Long-run Memory Mechanism in the Petroleum Price Systems. Int. J. Global Energy Issues, 27(4),pp 492-502.
[99] Y. Fan, R.-G. Yang Y.-M. Wei, 2007, A system dynamics based model for coal investment, Energy, 32(6), pp 898-905.
[100] G. Wu, Y.-M. Wei*, Y. Fan, L.-C. Liu, 2007. An empirical analysis of the risk of crude oil imports in China using improved portfolio approach. Energy Policy, 35(8): 4190-4199.
[101] Y.-M. Wei*, Q.M Liang, Y. Fan, N. Okada and H.T. Tsai, 2006, A scenario analysis of energy requirements and energy intensity for China's rapidly developing society in the year 2020, Technological Forecasting and Social Change,73(4),pp 405-421.
[102] Y-M.Wei*, G.Wu,Y.Fan, and L.-C.Liu, 2006, Progress in energy complex system modeling and analysis. Int. J. Global Energy Issues, 2006, 25(1/2): 109-128.
[103] Y. Fan, L.C Liu, G Wu and Y.-M. Wei*, 2006,Analyzing impact factors of CO2 emissions using the STIRPAT model, Environmental Impact Assessment Review,26(4),pp 377-395.
[104] J.-T. Zhang, Y. Fan and Y.-M. Wei*, 2006, An empirical analysis for national energy R&D expenditures. Int. J. Global Energy Issues, 25(1/2), pp141–159.
[105] Y.-M.Wei, H. T. Tsai, Y. Fan, R. Zeng, 2004, Beijing’s Coordinated development of population, resources, environment and economy, Int. J. of Sustain. Dev. World Ecol, 11(9), pp 235-246.
[106] Y.-M.Wei*, Y.Fan, C.Lu, H.T.Tsai, 2004, The assessment of vulnerability to natural disasters in China by using the DEA method, Environmental Impact Assessment Review, 24(4), pp 427-439.
[107] Y.-M.Wei*, Q.-H.Hu, Y.Fan, 2004, Mathematical model for the optimization of the allocation of nonferrous raw materials in China, Computers and Industrial Engineering, 46(2/4),pp 283-303.
[108] Z.Y.Han, Y.Fan, Y.-M.Wei*, 2004, Study on the cointegration and causality between GDP and energy consumption in China, Int. J. Global Energy Issues, 22(2-4),pp225-232.
[109] Y. Fan, Y.-M.Wei*, W.-X Xu, 2004,Application of VaR methodology to risk management in the stock market in China,2004,Computers and Industrial Engineering, 46(2), pp 383-388.
[110] H.-L.Tung, H.-T.Tsai, Y.-M.Wei, D.Wei, 2004, Using DSR indicator system to evaluate Taiwan’s sustainable development, Int. J. Global Energy Issues, 22(2-4),pp242-258.
[111] W.-X.Xu, Y.-M.Wei*, 2004, Multiple objective-integrated methodology of global optimum decision-making on mineral resources exploitation, Computers and Industrial Engineering, 46(2),pp 363-372.
[112] Y.-M.Wei*, L.-P Zhang, Y.Fan,2003, Swarm based study on spatial-temporal emergence in flood, Kybernetes: The International Journal of Systems & Cybernetics , 32(5/6),pp 870-880.
[113] Y.-M.Wei*, Y. Fan,, W.-X. Xu,,2003, An integrated methodology for decision making of mining method selection, International Journal of Manufacturing Technology and Management, 5(1/2),pp 10-19.
[114] Y.-M.Wei, S.-J,Ying, Y.Fan, B.-H. Wang, 2003, The cellular automaton model of investment behavior in the stock market, Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications, 325(3/4),507-516.
[115] W.-X.Xu, Y.-M.Wei*,Y. Fan, 2002,Virtual enterprise and its intelligence management, Computers and Industrial Engineering,42(2/4), pp 199-205.
[116] Y.-M.Wei*, W.-X Xu, Y. Fan and H.-T. Tsai, 2002,Artificial neural network based predictive method for flood disaster, Computers and Industrial Engineering, 42(2/4),pp 363-372.
Selected Research Grants
Project Name Fund/Funding Organization Period Amount Position
Policies Research on Carbon Budget The CAS Strategic Priority Research Program Initiated by the Chinese Academy of Sciences 2012-2016 RMB$ 15M Chief Scientist
Low Carbon Development Strategy in YuChun of Helong Jiang Province Low Carbon Development Strategy Program Initiated by National Development and Reform Commission 2013-214 RMB$ 1.0M Chief Scientist
Indicators and Method for Energy Efficiency Assessment on China’s Regions China’s Energy Saving Program Initiated by World Bank 2013-2014 US$ 60000 Director
Integrated Impact of Climate Change on Society and Economy and the Adaptive Strategy National Basic Research Program of China(973 Program) 2012-2016 RMB$ 4.0M Director
Analysis and modelling Methods for Impacts of Climate Change on Vulnerability of Social Economic System and their Application Key International Collaboration Program Initiated by National Nature Science Foundation of China 2011-2013 RMB$ 1.66M Chief Scientist
The Investigation of global research institutions of Climate Strategy and Policy National Basic Research Program of China(973 Program) 2010-2011 RMB$ 1.5M Director
Policy Options to engage Emerging Asian economies in a post-Kyoto regime,POEM EU FP7 2009-2011 EUR $83224 Director
Risk Evaluation and Decision Support System for Oversea Mineral Resources Exploitation National Key S&T Program Initiated by State Ministry of Science and Technology of China 2007-2009 RMB$ 5.9M Chief Scientist
Basic Research on Energy Security and Energy Policy Key Program Initiated by National Nature Science Foundation of China 2008-2011 RMB$1.0M Program Director
Financial and Invest mental Issues on China’s Energy in 2030-2050 Initiated by the office of the National Energy Leading Group 2007-2008 RMB$900,000 Program Director
Demand Forecasting for natural gas in China and Policy Research CNPC 2008-2009 RMB$535,000 Program Director
Opportunities and Challenges to China’s Energy Saving Strategy Initiated by the office of the National Energy Leading Group 2007 RMB $200,000 Program Director
Relationship between Energy Consuming Structure and Energy Efficiency State Grid 2007 RMB $350,000 Project Leader
Modeling Methodology for Complex System of Resource and Environment and Its Applications Distinguished Youth Scholar Program Initiated by National Nature Science Foundation of China 2004-2008 RMB $980,000 Program Director
Research on Technology Policy for Petroleum Industries National Key S&T Program Initiated by State Ministry of Science and Technology of China 2004-2006 RMB $2.6M Program Director
Multi-objective Model for Sustainable Development National Key S&T Program Initiated by State Ministry of Science and Technology of China 2004-2005 RMB $500,000 Project Leader
Development of Information Management System for Science Popular State Ministry of Science and Technology of China 2004 RMB $200,000 Project Leader
Survey for the State R&D Performance Evaluation Methods State Ministry of Science and Technology of China 2004 RMB $200,000

Project Leader
 






Memberships
 Vice President, Chinese Society of Optimization, Overall Planning and Economic Mathematics (OOPEM), 2010-.
 President of Chinese Society of Energy Economics and Management of OOPEM,2010-
 Secretary General, Chinese Society of Optimization, Overall Planning and Economic Mathematics (OOPEM), 2000-2010.
 Chairman, Complexity Research Council of Chinese Society for OOPEM 2006-.
 Vice Chairman, Chinese Society of Computer simulation of OOPEM, 1999-.
 Vice Chairman, Energy System Engineering Council of China Energy Research Society,2007-.

Editorial Positions
 Associate Editor of Energy Strategy Reviews,2012-.
 Subject Editor of Applied Energy,2010-.
 Member of Editorial board of Natural Hazards (NHAZ),2011-
 Member of Editorial board of International Journal of Green Energy, Energy and Environmental(IJGEEE), 2010-.
 Member of Editorial board of World Review of Science, Technology and Sustainable Development, 2010-.
 Member of Editorial board of Economics Research International,2010-.
 Member of Editorial board of International Journal of Energy and Environment, 2009-.
 Regional Editor of International Journal of Global Energy Issues,2003-.
 Member of Editorial board of International Journal of Risk Assessment & Management, 2003-.
 Member of Editorial board of International Journal of Management and Decision Making, 2004-.
 Regional Editor of International Journal of Foresight and Innovation Policy,2004-.
 Editor-in-Chief of Journal of Beijing Institute of Technology(Social Sciences Edition),2012-.
 Member of Editorial board of Journal of System Engineering,2012-.
 Member of Editorial board of Chung Yuan Management Review(Taiwan),2012-.
 Member of Editorial board of Petroleum Science,2007-.
 Member of Editorial board of Energy of China, 2004-.
 Member of Editorial board of Journal of Theory and Practice of System Engineering in China, 2008-
 Member of Editorial board of Chinese Journal of Management Science, 2000-.
 Member of Editorial board of Management Review in China, 2004-.
 Member of Editorial board of Journal Management in China, 2004-.
 Member of Editorial board of Sun Yat-sun Management Review(Taiwan),2005-.
 Guest-editor for Energy Strategy Review,2013,2(2):132-270.(Yi-Ming Wei, Xun-Peng Shi, Hua Liao)
 Guest-editor for Natural Hazards,2012,62(1):1-148. (Yi-Ming Wei, Norio Okada ).
 Guest-editor for International Journal of Risk Assessment and Management, 2008,8(4):333-484. (Yi-Ming Wei, Norio Okada ).
 Guest-editor for Computers and Industrial Engineering (An international Journal), 2007,53(2):199-372. (Wei-Xuan Xu, Yi-Ming Wei, Bao-Guang Xu)
 Guest-editor for International Journal of Global Energy Issues, 2004,22(2/3/4):87-266. (Yi-Ming Wei, Hsien-Tan Tsai, Chuan-Hong Chen).
 Guest-editor for Computers and Industrial Engineering (An international Journal), 2004,42(2):193-397. (Wei-Xuan Xu, Yi-Ming Wei, Bao-Guang Xu).
Experiences
01/2009-Present:Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT)
Professor of Changjiang Scholars Program of Ministry of Education of China
Dean of BIT School of Management and Economics
Director of BIT Center for Energy and Environmental Policy Research
03/2008-04/2008.
Visiting Professor,National Sun Yat-Sen University,Taiwan.
07/2006-08/2006.
Visiting Professor, National Sun Yat-Sen University,Taiwan.
07/2005-10/2005.
Visiting Professor, Harvard University, U.S.A.
05/2004-06/2004.
Environmental Management Programe, LIFE Academy, Sida, Sweden.
07/2000-10/2000.
Visiting Professor (Associate), Fujitsu Chair for Science of Complex System, Japan Advanced Institute of Science of Technology.
06/1998-01/2009.
Professor of Management Science,Institute of Policy and. Management
Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), Beijing. P.R.China. (02/2001-01/2009).
Deputy Director of Institute of Policy and Management (09/2000-11/2008).
Founding Director of the Center for Energy and Environmental Policy Research of CASIPM (09/2006-12/2009)
Deputy Director of Forecasting Science Centeter of CAS (05/2006-)
Director of Department of Management Science (03/1999-05/2001).
Associate Professor of Management Science (05/1998-01/2001).
09/1996-05/1998.
Post-doctoral Research Fellow, State Key Laboratory Of Resources and Environment Information System (LREIS),Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), Beijing. P.R.China
 
Education
Ph.D. Degree of Science, July 1996.
1993/07-1996/05, Department of Resource and Environment, University of Science and Technology Beijing, Beijing, P. R. China.
PhD Thesis Title: ‘A Study on the Intelligence Integrated Methodology for Technical and Economic Evaluation in Deposits Exploitation’.
Master Degree of Science, Nov. 1991.
1989/09-1991/10,Department of Resource and Environment, Wuhan Institute of Chemical Technology, Wuhan P.R.China.
Master Thesis Title: ‘A Study on Expert System for Underground Development and Construction in Mines’.
Bachelor degree of Science, June. 1989.
Department of Resource and Environment, Kunming University of Science and Technology, Kunming, P.R.China.
Undergraduate student, Mining Engineering, 1985-1989.
Bachelor Thesis title: "Optimal Design of Construction in Underground Mine.


Contact Information
Professor Yi-Ming Wei
Dean of School of Management and Economics, Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT)
Director of BIT Center for Energy and Environmental Policy Research
5 South Zhongguanccun Street, Haidian District,
Beijing 100081, China
Tel./ Fax: 0086-10-68911706
E-mail: ymwei@deas.harvard.edu
ymwei@263.net
Website: www.ceep.net.cn