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美国马里兰大学 Kuishuang Feng副教授学术报告

作者:ceep    来源:ceep    日期:2016-12-19

【报告题目】: China in the Global Supply Chain: Economic gains and environmental losses


【报告人】:  美国马里兰大学 Kuishuang Feng副教授

 

【报告时间】:2016年12月19日 下午  4:30-5:30
 
【报告地点】:主楼6层 能源与环境政策研究中心


【报告内容简介】:
In a tele-connected world, goods and services consumed in one country are often produced in other countries and exchanged via international trade. China is the world’ largest exporter producing goods for the consumption in developed countries. On the other hand, China’s demand for goods and services is increasingly met by global supply chains involving countries that are situated in far geographical distances. Based on the hypothesis of ecologically unequal exchange, low and middle income countries export natural resources and high impact commodities which allowing richer countries to reduce ecologically harmful industries domestically. In this talk, Dr. Feng will present research on assessing the China’s position in global trade network and unequal exchange between China and the rest of world using value added and several environmental indicators: SO2 emissions, GHG emissions, Water, and Land, associated with China’s trade relations with the outside world. 

 

【报告人简介】:
Dr. Feng is a Associate Research Professor in the Department of Geographical Sciences at the University of Maryland, College Park (UMD). He is an expert in spatial economic modeling and related environmental issues. He has rich experience in developing regional, national and global economic models with extension of environmental parameters. He published extensively on ecological-economic modeling in high level scientific journals including Nature Climate Change, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Global Environmental Change, and Environmental Science & Technology. Much of his research has been highly cited and received public discussion in international media outlets such as The BBC, CBS, Reuters, Science Magazine, Smithsonian, the LA Times, and the Guardian. Dr. Feng has received funding support from many national and international agencies such as NASA, European commission, the World Bank, and National Natual Science Foundation of China, Energy Foundation Beijing Office. Dr. Feng serves as associate editor, guest editor and editorial board member for several international peer-reviewed journals.