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  • WANG Haochen (2015-2016)Ph.D., Institute of Population Research, Peking University. Major research areas: Environment and population health, population analysis technology

  • HUANG Junlin (2015-2015)Post-doc of the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs at Harvard University. Major research areas: Renewable energy, energy technology innovation policy

  • YEW Wei Lit (2015)Ph.D. candidate of the Department of Asian and International Studies, City University of Hong Kong. Major research areas: Public participation in environmental protection, political sociology, social movement

  • Kitty Poon (2014)Former Under-Secretary for the Environment of Government of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, former part-time member of the Central Policy Unit. Major research areas: Public policy and administration, Hong Kong politics, environmental policy making

  • MATSUDA Yohei (2013-2014)Deputy Director, Information Economy Division, Commerce and Information Policy Bureau. Major research areas: Smart-city development in China and Japan, transition of innovation system

  • Barry Naughton (2013)Professor, School of Global Policy and Strategy University of California, San Diego. Major research areas: China's economy and politics

  • Shi Weiyi (2012-2013)Ph.D. Candidate, Political Science, UCSD, USA. Filed: international relations and comparative politics.

  • Lu Xiaoli (2012-2013) Ph.D. Candidate, Institute of Public Administration, Leiden University, Netherlands. Filed: Managing Uncertainty in Crisis Decision Making, Crisis Management; Internet Users’Behavior in Crises.

  • MIYASHITA Masami (2012-2013)Government Official, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, Japan. Major research areas: New emerging industrial ecosystem of Japan, China, and Silicon Valley

  • Xu Chenni (2011-2012)Major research areas: International relations, gender and development, international political economy

  • LEE Kwang Jae (2011-2012)Visiting Professor, Institute of East and West Studies, Yonsei University. Major research areas: Comparative studies on eastern and western culture

  • ASANO Daisuke (2011-2012)Government Official, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, Japan. Major research areas: Energy and natural resources, research on integration of economies

  • Kyoung Marvin Shin (2010-2011)Ph.D. Candidate, Industrial performance Center, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. USA. Filed: China energy innovation, political economy of low-carbon city.

  • Elizabeth Wilson (2009-2010)Professor, Energy and Environmental Policy and Law at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs, University of Minnesota. USA. Field: climate change; energy and environmental policy; geologic carbon sequestration; public perception of emerging technologies; regulatory and legal analysis of emerging technologies.

  • Matthew Kahn (2009-2010)Professor, Institute of the Environment, the Department of Economics, and the Department of Public Policy. UCLA, USA. Field: Environmental, urban, real estate and energy economics.

  • Jean-Marc Coicaud (2009)Director, United Nations University, USA. Field: Legal And Political Theory; International Law; International Organizations, The United Nations; International Politics; Global Policy; And Global Ethics.

  • Keith Florig (2008)Associate Research Scholar, University of Florida, USA. Field: Risk assessment, economics of risk management, risk and decision making, risk and regulation, risk communication.

  • Carine Milcent(2007-2008)Research fellow, Centre de Recherche en Economie et Statistiques (CREST-INSEE), France. Field: Insurance System and Healthcare.

  • Lawrence H. Goulder (2007)Professor, Environmental and Resource Economics at Stanford University, USA. Field: Environment economics.

  • Karen Eggleston (2007)Research Fellow, Walter H. Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center in Stanford University, USA. Filed: Health reform in China; comparative healthcare systems in Asia; government and market roles in the health sector; payment incentives; healthcare productivity; and economic implications of demographic change.

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