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Zili Yang

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YANG Zi-Li

YANG Zi-Li, male, born in July 1957. Tenured professor at Department of Economics, New York State University at Binghamton (2008-). Ph.D. in Economics from Yale University (May,1993), American Economic Association Member, the USA National Science Foundation IPCC report reviewer. He has served at Tsinghua University , Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Pennsylvania State University. Being one of the most outstanding Chinese economist in the field of environmental economics worldwide, he has made outstanding contributions to environmental economics and energy economics theories, methods and policies.

Research direction:
Energy economics, environmental economics, climate change.
 
Learning experience:
1978.1-1982.7 The University of Science and Technology of China, Applied Mathematics (operational research), Bachelor of Science
1982.9-1985.5 Tianjin University, Technical Economics, Master of Management
1987.9-1989.5 Yale University, Master of Economics
1987.9-1993.5 Yale University, Ph.D. in Economics

 

Work experience:
2008.8-present Department of Economics, the State University of New York at Binghamton, Professor (tenured)
2004.8-2008.7 Department of Economics, the State University of New York at Binghamton, Associate Professor (tenured)
2002.8-2004.7 Department of Economics, the State University of New York at Binghamton, Assistant Professor
1998.8-2002.7 Department of Energy and Environment Mineral Economics, Pennsylvania State University, Assistant Professor
1993.8-1998.8 Energy and Environmental Policy Research Center, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Researcher
1985.8-1987.8  Department of Economics, Tsinghua University, Teacher