Wang Banban   

Associate professor
Supervisor of Doctorate Candidates
Supervisor of Master's Candidates
Status:Employed Department:School of Economics Education Level:Postgraduate (Doctoral) Degree:Doctoral Degree in Economics Discipline:Industrial Economics
International Trade
World Economics
Population, Resources and Environmental Economics

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Language: 中文


Short Bio

Banban Wang is an Associate Professor at School of Economics, Huazhong University of Science and Technology (HUST), China. Her research focuses on climate and energy economics and policies, in particular the ETS as a main field. Her research work in theory is to adapt the ETS with developing economies to lower uncertainties and stabilize prices. Besides, she is also interested in green innovation, green Belt and Road, energy transition and assessment of other climate and environmental policies in China. Her papers have been published on Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, Energy Economics, Energy Policy, Climate Policy, etc. In the practice, she was also a core member in designing the initial policy of Hubei ETS Pilot in China. Her research has been supported by the National Natural Science Foundation and the Ministry of Education of China and received several awards.


Selected Publication:

- Banban Wang, William A. Pizer* and Clayton Munnings, Price limits in a tradable performance standard, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 2022, 116: 102742.

- Banban Wang, Anatole Boute, and Xiujie Tan*, Price stabilization mechanisms in China's pilot emissions trading schemes: design and performance, Climate Policy, 2020, 20.

- Xiujie Tan, Banban Wang*, Jie Wei and Farhad Taghizadeh-Hesary. The role of carbon pricing in achieving energy transition in the Post-COP26 era: Evidence from China's industrial energy conservation. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 2023, 182(16):113349.

- Banban Wang, Jie Wei, Xiujie Tan*, and Bin Su, The sectorally heterogeneous and time-varying price elasticities of energy demand in China, Energy Economics, 2021, 105486.

- Banban Wang*, Ping Lin. Whether China's overseas energy infrastructure projects dirtier or cleaner after the belt and road initiative?, Energy Policy, 2022, 166: 113007.


Selected Projects in Progress:

National Science Foundation of China, General Project (No. 72273047), 450000 Yuan, 2023-2026

“The Green and Low-carbon Effect of the Belt and Road Investments: A Comprehensive Evaluation and Policy Optimization based on the Development Scenarios and Benchmarks”

Educational Experience

  • 2011.9-2014.6  

    Wuhan University       Economics       Postgraduate (Doctoral)       Ph.D.

  • 2004.9-2008.6  

    Wuhan University       Economics       Undergraduate (Bachelor’s degree)       Bachelor's Degree

  • 2006.8-2006.12  

    Singapore Management University       Economics       Visiting Student      国际交流生

Work Experience

  • 2018.11-Now

    Huazhong University of Science and Technology      School of Economics      Associate Professor

  • 2014.9-2018.11

    Huazhong University of Science and Technology      School of Economics      Assistant Professor

  • 2017.12-2018.11

    Duke University      Sanford School of Public Policy      Visiting Scholar      公派访问学者