EDUCATION Ph.D (Economics), 2007, Department of Economics, the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong M.A. (Management Science), 2002, School of Public Policy & Management, Tsinghua University, China B.Sc. (Engineering), 1999, Department of Engineering Physics, Tsinghua University, China COURSES TAUGHT MPA course: The theory and practice of socialist construction: development and reforms in China PhD course: Policy analysis and empirical research methods (part) GRANTS AND AWARDS Dr. Werner Jackst？dt Best Paper Award for Chinese Economic and Business Studies 2010, China Economic Quarterly, 2010. Best thesis Award, School of Public Policy and Management, Tsinghua University, 2002 Excellent Graduate Award, Tsinghua University, 2002.
Published in English Xin Wang, Fei Teng, Gehua Wang, Shaojie Zhou, Bofeng Cai, Carbon leakage scrutiny in ETS and non-ETS industrial sectors in China, Resources, Conservation and Recycling 129, 424-431, 2018 (SCI).
Carol Graham, Shaojie Zhou and Junyi Zhang, Happiness and health in China: The paradox of progress, World Development, 96, 231-244, 2017. (SSCI).
Shaojie Zhou，Xiaohua Yu & Dieter Koemle (2017), Policy Choices for Air Pollution Abatement in Beijing: Status Quo or Change, The Singapore Economic Review, 62 (6):1-22. (SSCI)
Xin Wang, Fei Teng, Shaojie Zhou & Bofeng Cai: Identifying the industrial sectors at risk of carbon leakage in China, Climate Policy, 17(4), 443-457, 2017 (SSCI)
Shaojie Zhou, Xiaohua Yu. Regional Heterogeneity of Life Satisfaction in Urban China: Evidence from Hierarchical Ordered Logit Analysis, Social Indicators Research, 132(1), 25–45, 2017. (SSCI)
Shaojie Zhou, Junsen Zhang. Chinese Saving Rates from 1953 to 2012: Trends, Composition, and Prospects, Pacific Economic Review, 21(2), 227-252, 2016. (SSCI)
Shaojie Zhou and Fei Teng, Estimation of urban residential electricity demand in China using household survey data, Energy Policy, 61, 394–402, 2013. (SSCI)
Dennis Tao Yang, Junsen Zhang and Shaojie Zhou, "Why are Saving Rates so High in China?" 2012, Chapter 5 of Capitalizing China, edited by Joseph P. H. Fan and Randall Morck. Chicago: University of Chicago Press: 249-278.
Shaojie Zhou, Explaining the Saving Puzzles in Urban China, Review of Income and Wealth, 58, 504-530, 2012. (SSCI)
Published in Chinese Understanding economic development and social progress: perspective of national wellbeing (with Angang Hu), China Soft Science Magazine, 2012(1).
Why Does China s Residents Consumption Demand Continuously Decrease,(with Shenglong Liu), The Journal of Quantitative and Technical Economics, 2011(9).
Availability of infrastructure and income growth of rural residents in China: evidence from the static and dynamic unbalanced panel data( with Shenglong Liu)，Chinese Rural Economy, 2011(1).
Precautionary saving behavior of urban residents in China，The Journal of World Economy, 2010(8) .
Collaborative development among regions in China: functional definition and mechanism analysis (with Youqiang Wang and Cunyi Yin), Journal of Tsinghua University (Philosophy and Social Sciences), 2010(2), in Chinese.
Household Income, Household Consumption and Household Saving Behavior of Chinese Urban Households: a Cohort Analysis (with Junsen Zhang and Hongbin Li)，China Economic Quarterly, 2009(4).（annul best paper）.
The Budget System of European Union and its Enlightenment to China s Fiscal System (with Youqiang Wang and Dapeng Lu), Chinese Public Administration, 2009(12).
The Fiscal Actions of Local Governments: Local Fiscal Capacity and Local Development (with Youqiang Wang and Dapeng Lu), Chinese Public Administration, 2009(2).
How does China deal with the enlarging ‘digital divide’(with Angang Hu) , China industrial economy, 2002(3).
The New Global Gap: the Enlarging “Digital Divide” (with Angang Hu), Social Science in China, 2002(3).
Harnessing Information for Development in China: Narrowing the Gap (with Angang Hu), China Industrial Economy, 2001(1).
The Internet Economy: the New Development Strategy for China in the 21st Century (with Prof. Angang Hu), China Industrial Economy, 2000(6).
Books and Reports Yang, Dennis Tao, Junsen Zhang and Shaojie Zhou, 2012, Why Are Saving Rates so High in China
Chapter in a forthcoming NBER book Capitalizing China, University of Chicago Press, Joseph Fan and Randall Morck, editors. (Currently circulated as NBER Working Paper No. 16771)
Conference Presentations and Invited Talks Explaining the saving puzzles in China, presented at the School of Finance, Renmin University of China (May 16th, 2012).
Housing Reform, Incomplete Property Rights and its Role on Housing Value Evaluation: Evidence from Urban Households in China, presented at the Sixth China Economics Annual Conference (December 15th, 2006).
Aggregate Saving in China: Trends, Components and Causes, presented at Conference on Changing Global Economy and China's Macroeconomic Development,Beijing, China (September 22, 2011).
Compiling Chinese Livelihood Index, China Development Research Foundation, 2011, principle investigator. Designing the Index System of Chinese Livelihood Index, China Development Research Foundation, 2009, principle investigator. Income distribution and saving rates during China’s economic transition: evidence and policy implication, The National Natural Science Funds (Research Grants for young scholar), Project No: 70903039, 2010-2012, principle investigator. Housing reforms in urban China, housing allocation and its impact on household consumption, humanities and social science research grant (Research Grants for young scholar) , funded by the ministry of education of P.R. China, Project No: 09YJC790162, 2010-2012, principle investigator. CONSULTANCY EXPERIENCE The Strategic Planning of the Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) in Shanxi Province, Asian Development Bank (organized by ABU Consult Berlin GmbH), 2008-2009, Project expert (international). Evaluating the integration of city and countryside in Haikou City, Haikou research institute of economic and social development, principle investigator, 2008. PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP Anonymous referee for China Economic Quarterly and The Journal of World Economy
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