Join the Center on Global Energy Policy for a roundtable with Professor XU Qinhua from Renmin University of China (中国人民大学) as we discuss issues related to Chinese energy and climate policy. David Sandalow, Inaugural Fellow, Center on Global Energy Policy will moderate.
Dr. Xu Qinhua is a Professor of International Political Economy and International Relation focused on the strategy and energy and the Belt and Road cooperation at the School of International Studies of Renmin University of China (RUC)and a tutor of its PhD students. She is the vice dean of National Academy of Development and Strategy(NADS), director of Centre for International Energy and Environment Strategy Studies at RUC. She is also the author of 15 books and more than 80 papers and academic articles , such as Report of the Evaluation on the Competitiveness of Global Energy Enterprises (2018), Report on China's International Energy Cooperation (from 2009 till 2017), Energy Investments Political Risks under the Belt and Road Initiative (2017), China’s Energy Policy from National and International Perspectives: The Energy Revolution and The Belt and Road Initiative (2017), China Energy Policy in National and International Perspectives: A Study Fore-and-Aft 18th National Congress (2014), An Introduction of Energy Diplomacy(2012), New Geopolitics: Central Asia Energy and China （2007), China’s Global Energy Strategy: from Energy Strength to Energy Power （2017) etc. Prof Xu holds a number of core positions in various national and international organizations, such as the committee member of WEC (2012-2016), senior researcher of APERC (2007-2008). She is now the chief expert at the Research Advisory Base of NEA, the standing committee member of Chinese Petroleum Economic Professional Committee, secretary-in-general of Renewable Energy Professional Committee of China Energy Research Society, the senior reseacher of Development Research Center of the State Council, China , honorary professor of Xinjiang University and the special commentator of CCTV etc. She has her personal column at people.cn, and also the member of editorial board of International Petroleum Economics. She is the founder of China International Energy Cooperation Forum since 2011.
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