Bo Qiang Lin

Prof. Dr. Bo Qiang Lin

  • Ph.D. in Economics from University of California at Santa Barbara, United States of America. currently associate dean of New Huadu Business School, a “Chang Jiang Scholar” Professor, and the director for China Center for Energy Economic Research at Xiamen University.
  • a member of National Energy Consultation Committee under National Energy Commission, and a member of National Energy Price Consultation Committee under National Development and Reform Commission; a special analyst for China Xinhua News Agency and executive vice Chairman of China Energy Society.
  • a member of the Energy Partnership Advisory Board and the Chairman of the Global Agenda Councils on energy security of the World Economic Forum based in Davos, Switzerland.
  • Aside from academic publication, writes substantially (about 100 column papers) for main stream newspapers in China and has excellent media coverage on energy and environmental issues and policies. 

Academic publications since 2010

  1. Boqiang Lin (first author and correspondent author), Fang Yang and Xia Liu, “A study of the rebound effect on China’s current energy conservation and emissions reduction: Measures and policy choices”, Energy, accepted.
  2. Boqiang Lin (first author and correspondent author) and Chunping Xie, “Estimation on oil demand and oil saving potential of China's road transport sector”, Energy Policy, accepted.
  3. Boqiang Lin (first author and correspondent author) and Guoliang Zhang, “Estimates of electricity saving potential in Chinese nonferrous metals industry”, Energy Policy, In Press, Available online 14 June 2013.
  4. Boqiang Lin (first author and correspondent author) and Chuanwang Sun, “Reforming residential electricity tariff in China: Block tariffs pricing approach”, Energy Policy, In Press, Available online 14 June 2013.
  5. Boqiang Lin (first author and correspondent author) and Mohamed Moubarak, “Decomposition analysis: change of Carbon dioxide emissions in the Chinese textile industry”, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, June 2013, Pages 389-396.
  6. Aijun Li and Boqiang Lin (correspondent author), “Comparing climate policies to reduce carbon emissions in China”, Energy Policy, In Press, Available online 29 May 2013.
  7. Zhujun Jiang and Boqiang Lin (correspondent author), “China's energy demand and its characteristics in the industrialization and urbanization process: A reply”, Energy Policy, In Press, Available online 22 May 2013.
  8. Boqiang Lin (first author and correspondent author) and Presley K. WessehJr., “What causes price volatility and regime shifts in the natural gas market”, Energy, Volume 55, June 2013, Pages 553-563.
  9. Xuehui Li and Boqiang Lin (correspondent author), “Global convergence in per capita CO2 emissions”, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, Volume 24, August 2013, Pages 357-363.
  10. Presley K. Wesseh, Boqiang Lin and Michael Owusu Appiah, “Delving into Liberia's energy economy: Technical change, inter-factor and inter-fuel substitution”, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, Volume 24, August 2013, Pages 122–130.
  11. Boqiang Lin (first author and correspondent author) and Xia Liu, “Reform of refined oil pricing mechanism and energy rebound effect for passenger transportation in china”, Energy Policy, Volume 57, June 2013, Pages 329-337.
  12. Boqiang Lin (first author and correspondent author) and Xia Liu, “Dilemma between economic development and energy conservation: Energy Rebound Effect in China”, Energy, Volume 45, September 2012, Pages 867-873.
  13. Boqiang Lin (first author and correspondent author) and Ting Wang, “Forecasting natural gas supply in china: Production peak and import trends”, Energy Policy, Volume 49, October 2012, Pages 225-233.
  14. Zhujun Jiang and Boqiang Lin (correspondent author), “China’s energy demand and its characteristics in the industrialization and urbanization process”, Energy Policy, Volume 49, October 2012, Pages 608-615.
  15. Boqiang Lin (first author and correspondent author)and Aijun Li, “Impacts of removing fossil fuel subsidies on China: How large and how to mitigate?”, Energy, Volume 44, August 2012, Pages 741-749.
  16. Boqiang Lin (first author and correspondent author) and Jianghua Liu, “Impact of carbon intensity and energy security constraints on China’s coal import”, Energy Policy, Volume 48, June 2012, Pages 137-147.
  17. Boqiang Lin (first author and correspondent author) and Zhujun Jiang, “Designation and influence of household increasing-block electricity pricing in China”, Energy Policy, Volume 42, Issue 1, April 2012, Pages 164-173.
  18. Boqiang Lin (first author and correspondent author), Ya Wu and Li Zhang, “Electricity saving potential of the power generation industry in China”, Energy, Volume 40, April 2012, Pages 307-316.
  19. Boqiang Lin (first author and correspondent author), Ya Wu and Li Zhang, “Evaluation of electricity saving potential in China's chemical industry based on cointegration”, Energy Policy, Volume 44, May 2012, Pages 320-330.
  20. Boqiang Lin (first author and correspondent author), Ya Wu and Li Zhang, “Estimates of the potential for energy conservation in the Chinese steel industry”, Energy Policy, Volume 39, June 2011, Pages 3680-3689.
  21. Boqiang Lin (first author and correspondent author) and Aijun Li, “Impacts of Carbon motivated border tax adjustments on competitiveness across regions in China”, Energy, Volume 36, August 2011, Pages 5111-5118.
  22. Boqiang Lin (first author and correspondent author) and Xuehui Li, “The effect of carbon tax on per capita CO2 emission”, Energy Policy, Volume 39, September 2011, Pages 5137-5146.
  23. Boqiang Lin (first author and correspondent author), Zhujun Jiang and Peng Zhang, “Allocation of sulphur dioxide allowance - an analysis based on a survey of power Plants in Fujian Province in China”, Energy, Volume 36, May 2011, Pages 3120-3129.
  24. Boqiang Lin (first author and correspondent author) and JiangHua Liu, “Principles, effects and problems of differential power pricing policy for energy intensive industries in China”, Energy, Volume 36, January 2011, Pages 111-118.
  25. Boqiang Lin (first author and correspondent author) and Zhujun Jiang, “Estimates of energy subsidies in China and impact of energy subsidy reform”, Energy Economics, Volume 33, March 2011, Pages 273-283.
  26. Boqiang Lin (first author), Baomin Dong and Xuefeng Li, “Forecasting long-run coal price in China: a shifting trend time-series approach”, Review of Development Economics, Volume 14, August 2010, Pages 499-519.
  27. Boqiang Lin (first author and correspondent author) and Chuan Wang Sun, “Evaluating carbon dioxide emissions in international trade of China”, Energy Policy, Volume 38, January 2010, Pages 613-621.
  28. Boqiang Lin (first author and correspondent author) and Jianghua Liu, “Estimating coal production peak and trends of coal imports in China”, Energy Policy, Volume 38, January 2010, Pages 512-519.
  29. Boqiang Lin (first author and correspondent author), Xin Yao and Xiying Liu, “China’s energy strategy adjustment under energy conservation and carbon emission constraints”, Social Sciences in China, May 2010, Pages 91-110.

Recent Book Publications

  1. Boqiang Lin, 2013, “Reform and Development of Energy Economics in China”. Beijing: Science Press. 
  2. Boqiang Lin (Editor), 2012, “2012 China Energy Development Outlook”. Beijing: Peking University Press.
  3. Boqiang Lin, 2011, “Some Views on China’s Energy Security”. Beijing: Science Press.
  4. Lin Boqiang and Jiang Zhujun, 2011, “Reform and Design of Energy Subsidy in China”. Beijing: Science Press.
  5. Boqiang Lin (Editor), 2011, “2011 China Energy Development Outlook”. Beijing: Tsinghua University Press.
  6. Boqiang Lin and Guangxiao Huang, 2011, “Working Toolkit of Urban Emission Management”. Beijing: Science Press.
  7. Boqiang Lin and Guangxiao Huang, 2011, “Energy Finance”. Beijing: Tsinghua University Press.
  8. Boqiang Lin, 2011, “China’s Low-Carbon Transition”. Beijing: Science Press.
  9. Boqiang Lin (Editor), 2010, “2010 China Energy Development Outlook”. Beijing: Tsinghua University Press.
  10. Boqiang Lin and Dunguo Mou, 2009, “Advanced Energy Economics”. Beijing: The Chinese Press of Finance and Economics.
  11. Boqiang Lin, 2009, “Some Thoughts on China’s Energy Policies”. Beijing: The Chinese Press of Finance and Economics.
  12. Boqiang Lin (Editor), 2008, “2008 China Energy Development Outlook”. Beijing: The Chinese Press of Finance and Economics.
  13. Boqiang Lin, 2008, “Theories and Policy Practice of Energy Economics”. Beijing: The Chinese Press of Finance and Economics.
  14. Boqiang Lin, Weixian Wei and Li Ren, 2007, “Modern Energy Economics”. Beijing: The Chinese Press of Finance and Economics.
  15. Boqiang Lin, 2007, “China Energy Issues and Policies Choices”. Beijing: China Coal Industry Publishing House.
  16. Boqiang Lin (Editor), 2006, “2006 China Energy Development Outlook”. Beijing: Chinese Measuring Press.

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