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Yu Hao

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Name

Hao, Yu

Department

Applied Economics

Phone No.

010-68914938

E-mail

haoyuking@bit.edu.cn

Address

School of Management and Economics, Beijing Institute of Technology 5 South Zhongguancun Street, Haidian District, Beijing, P.R.China

Zip Code

100081

Education

Ph.D in Economics

Professional Experience

Work in BIT since February, 2013

Courses

Macroeconomics (in English), International Finance

Research

Interests

Energy Economy, Environmental Policy, Macroeconomics, Quantitative Economics

Selected Publications

Published Papers

The emergence and spatial distribution of Chinese seaport cities(With Michael Funke), China Economic Review, Vol. 22, pp. 196-209. 2011

Uncertainty and risk analysis of the Langrun Chinese GDP Forecast: Fan Charts revisited, China Economic Journal, 4-2, 2012.

Tracking Chinese CPI Inflation in Real Time(With Michael Funke and MehrotraArouba), BOFIT Discussion Paper, 35/2011.

Economic growth across Chinese provinces: In search of innovation-driven gains(With Michael Funke),BOFIT Discussion Paper, 9/2009.

An analysis of energy security for China: from the perspective of optimal consumption time path(in Chinese, with Zhang Shengling), Population, Resource and Environment, 2012(10).

Unpublished Working Papers

When does the Turning Point of China’s CO2 Emissions Occur? The Results Based on the Green Solow Model(with Yi-Ming Wei), Working Paper, May, 2013.

The Role of Inter-Provincial Transfers in the Convergence Process - Evidence for China, Discussion Paper, June, 2012.

Fiscal Decentralization and Chinese Provincial Economic Growth: A Panel Data Analysis for the Chinese Tax Sharing System, Discussion Paper, February, 2012.

RecentFunds

01/2013 –

Academic project “The Research on low-carbon development of Yichun City of Heilongjiang Province”, funded by National Development and Reform Commission

02/2010 – 12/2011

Academic project “The development and rational use of energy and an analysis of energy security”, organized by Prof. Zhang Shengling, Beijing Normal University

Academ Affiliation and Membership