何洁

时间:2017-07-11|来源:系统管理员

Gender: Female
Fax: +1-(819) 821-7934 
Email : Jie.HE@Usherbrooke.ca
Address:Départment d’Economique Faculté d'administration Université de Sherbrooke 2500 Boulevard Université Sherbrooke (Québec) J1K 2R1, Canada.
Education
2001-2005 
Ph.D in Environment and Development Economics CERDI/Université d’Auvergue/France 
Dissertation advisor: Professor Patrick GUILLAUMONT (CERDI, France)
Professor Alain de JANVRY (University of California at Berkeley)
Dissertation subject: The Environmental Impacts of Industrialization and International Trade in China: The Case of Industrial SO2 Emission (mention: Très honorable avec les félicitations de Jury) 
Committee member: Professor Jaime de Melo, University of Geneva 
Dr. Hua Wang, Senior Environmental Economist at the World Bank 
Professor Pascale Combes-Motel, University of Auvergne, CERDI 
Professor Marie-Françoise Renard, University of Auvergne, CERDI-IDREC
1999-2001
M.Sc. in development economics CERDI/Université d’Auvergne/France
1997-2000
M. Sc. In World Economy Lingnan (University) College, Zhongshan University, Guangzhou, China
1993-1997
B. A in International trade Lingnan (University) College, Zhongshan University, Guangzhou, China
Working Experience 
Mar 11-Associate Professor at Economics Department of University of Sherbrooke, Canada 
Jun 11- June 12 Board member of Chinese Economist Society (CES)
Mar 08- June 12 Board member of Professional Association for China’s Environment (PACE)
Aug 06-Mar 11 Assistant Professor at Economics Department of University of Sherbrooke, Canada 
Jan 09-May 09 Visiting lecturer at Civil and Structural Engineering Department, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong SAR. 
July 05-Sept 05 Internship at United Nation Environment Programme, Paris/France 
Mar 04-May 05 Short Term Consultant-DECRG (Research group), World Bank, Washington DC/USA 
Feb 03-May 04 Research project financed by the Award of Doctoral Fieldwork of EEPSEA (Economy and Environment Program for South-East Asia)-IDRC. 
Research Interests
Environmental and natural resource economics, Development economics, International trade and FDI, Openness and environment, Environmental Kuznets Curve, Applied econometrics, General Equilibrium Modeling of Environment (CGE), Contingent evaluation, Chinese economy and environment, Growth dynamic with environmental dimension, Climate change, Energy and Cost and Benefit Analysis applied on environmental projects.
Honors & Awards
1.Institutional Scholarship of SSHRC distributed by Faculté d’Administration, Université de Sherbrooke (2008-2009) 2.George Chow Best Paper Award, CES (Chinese Economists Society) Annual Conference in Shanghai, China (2006) 3.Award of Doctoral Fieldwork of EEPSEA (Economy and Environment Program for South-East Asia, Singapore and IDRC, Canada), grant on a research project. (2003-2004) 
4.Research fellowship financed by the Ministry of Foreign Affair of French government (2001-2003).
5.Scholarship for studies in M. Sc degree financed by the Ministry of Foreign Affair French government (1999-2001) 6.Zhongshan University scholarship for excellent graduated student (1997-1998) 
7.Feng Hanzhu Fundation scholarship for excellent under-graduate student (1996-1997)
8.City Bank Fundation scholarship for excellent under-graduate student (1995-1996) 
9.Scholarship of the board of trustees of Lingnan (University) College for excellent under-graduate (1994-1995)
Publication
A) Publications
1.He, J. and J. Fu (forthcoming). Carbon leakage in China’s manufacturing trade: An empirical analysis based on the carbon embodied in trade, Forthcoming in Journal of International Trade and Economic Development. 
2.He, J. and J-M Larrivière (forthcoming). L’impact de la taille des firmes industrielles sur la Courbe de Kuznets Environnementale : le cas des émissions de SO2 en Chine. Forthcoming in l’Actualité Économique.
3.He, J. and H. Wang (2012). Economic Structure, Development Policy and Environmental Quality: An Empirical Analysis of Environmental Kuznets Curves with Chinese Municipal Data. Ecological Economics, 76(2012), 49-59. 4.Wang, H. and J. He. (2011). Willingness-to-Pay Estimation with Multiple Bounded Discrete Choice Data, Applied Economics, 43(19-21): 2641-2656. DOI: 10.1080/00036840903299789 
5.He, J. and W. Hung (2011). Perception of Policy-Making Criteria: the Case of Vehicle Emission Control. Forthcoming in Science of Total Environment. 417-418(2012), 21-31. 
6.Poder, T., J. He and R. Lemieux (2011) Efficacité du casque réfrigérant en chimiothérapie. Bulletin du cancer, 98(9). 7.Poder, T. and J. He (2011). How can sanitary infrastructures reduce child malnutrition and health inequalities? Evidence from Guatemala. Forthcoming in Journal of Development Effectiveness, 3(4): 543-566.
8.He, J. (2010). What is the role of openness for China’s environment? An analysis based on Divisia decomposition method from the regional angle. Ecological Economics, Volume 69, Issue 4, 868-886.
9.He, J. and P. Richard (2010). Environmental Kuznets Curve for CO2 in Cananda. Ecological Economics, 69:1083-1093. 
10.Wang, H. and J. He (2010). Value of Statistical Life: A Contingent Investigation in China. World Bank Policy Research Working Paper series. No. 5421.
11.He, J. (2010). Environmental Impacts of International Trade: The Case of Industrial Emission of Sulfur Dioxide (SO2) in Chinese provinces, China Economist, 2010(9): 415-446. (English Version).
12.Poder, T., C. Bellemarre, S. K. Bédard, J. He and R. Lemieux (2010), New Design of Care: Assessment of an Interdiciplinary Orthopedic Climic With a Pivot Nurse in the Province of Quebec. Orthopedic Nursing. 29(6): 381-389. 13.Poder, T. et J. He (2010). Traitements des tumeurs rénales : évaluation du coût des techniques opératoires standards versus la technologie de cryoablation. Gestions Hospitalières,, 508(2010) : 471-475. 
14.Poder, T. et J. He (2010). Social capital and health: what the empirical literature teaches us? Global Journal of Health Science, 2(1): 3-7.
15.Poder, T., J. He et R. Lemieux (2010). Standard of care and new operative techniques for small renal tumors: a meta-analysis with a special focus on cryoablation. Global Journal of Health Science, 2(2): 3-19. 
16.He, J. et D. Roland-Holst (2010). “Economic Growth, Energy demand and Atmospheric Pollution: Challenges and Opportunities for China in the future 30 years” (In Chinese). Forthcoming in Zou Heng-fu, Hao Rui (eds.), The Chinese Economy in the Next Three Decades, The Commercial Press (China). (in Chinese) .
17.He, J. (2010). Introduction à l’économie de l’environnement : efficacité, externalité et gestion de la pollution au niveau de l’entreprise. D. Wolff (Eds.) Le développement durable : théories et applications au management (2e édition). Chapter 1, Dunod, Paris. pp11-32. 
18.He, J. (2009). Environmental impacts of international trade: The Case of Industrial Emission of Sulfur Dioxide (SO2) in Chinese provinces. China Economic (Quarterly), 9(2): 415-446 (in Chinese). 
19.He, J. (2009). Economic Determinants for China’s Industrial SO2 Emission: Reduced vs. Structural Form and the Role of International Trade. Environment and Development Economics, vol.14, part 2: 227-262.. 
20.He, J. (2008). Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) and Air Pollution in China: Case of Chinese Cities, Region et Développement. No. 28-2008 : 131-150. 
21.He, J. (2008). Industrialisation, Environment and Health : the Impacts of Industrial SO2 Emission on Public Health in China. Chinese Journal of Population, Resources and Environment, 6(1) : 14-24.
22.He, J. (2008). Introduction à l’économie de l’environnement : efficacité, externalité et gestion de la pollution au niveau de l’entreprise. Dion & Wolff (Eds.) Le développement durable : du concept à son application à la gestion. Chapter 1, Dunod, Paris. pp11-32. 
23.He, J. (2007). Croissance et environnement en Chine: un arbitrage difficile. La Jaune et la Rouge, Journal de l’École Polytechnique de Paris, 627 : 27-32. 
24.He, J. (2006). Pollution haven hypothesis and Environmental impacts of foreign direct investment: The Case of Industrial Emission of Sulfur Dioxide (SO2) in Chinese provinces, Ecological Economics, 60:228-245. 
25.He, J. (2006). L’environnement en Chine : une dimension négligée? Chapitre 6, pp118-142. In F. Lassera (ed.) L’Eveil du Dragon : Les défis du développement de la Chine au XXIe siècle, Presses de l’Université du Québec. (Prix du livre d’affaire 2006).
26.He, J. (2005). Estimation on Economic Cost of China's New De-sulfur Policy During Her Gradual Accession to WTO: The Case of Industrial SO2 Emission. China Economic Review, 16(4): 364-403.
27.He, J. (2000), Further Precising the Measurement on the Spillover Effect of Foreign Direct Investment on China’s Industry Sectors, The Journal of World Economy, 23(12): 29-36. (in Chinese). 
28.Xu L. et J. He (2000), An Analysis about Conditions of LDCs for Developing High-Tech Industries The Journal of World Economy, 23(1):13-21. (In Chinese) .
29.He, J. et L. Xu (1999), An Empirical Analysis on the Spillover effect of Foreign Direct Investment in China’s Industrial Sector, World Economic Forum, 1999(2): 16-21. (in Chinese).
30.He, J. et L. Luo (1998). The Hukou Institution in China’s Labor Market, In Proceeding of the 15th Pan-Pacific Conference, University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
B) Papers to be revised and resubmitted to peer review scientific journal
1.La Chine et le contrôle des émissions de CO2 : analyse en équilibre général calculable. Revision invited by l’Actualité Économique. In collaboration with Luc Savard et Nicolas Drouin-Déziel, GRÉDI, Université de Sherbrooke. 
C) Working papers 
1.Wang , Hua & He, Jie & Kim, Yoonhee & Kamata, Takuya, 2011. Municipal solid waste management in small towns : an economic analysis conducted in Yunnan, China, Policy Research Working Paper Series 5767, The World Bank. 2.He, Jie & Wang, Hua, 2011. Economic structure, development policy and environmental quality : an empirical analysis of environmental Kuznets curves with Chinese municipal data, Policy Research Working Paper Series 5756, The World Bank.
3.He, J. and J. Fu (2011). Is « Pollution Haven » Hypothesis valid for China’s manufacture sectors? An empirical analysis based on carbon embodied in trade. Cahier de recherche. GREDI 11-12. 
4.T. Poder et J. He (2011). How can sanitary infrastructures reduce child malnutrition and health inequalities? Evidence from Guatemala. Cahier de recherche. GREDI, 11-13.
5.Larivière, J-M. et J. He (2010). L’impact de la taille des firmes industrielles sur la courbe de Kuznets environnementale : Le cas des émissions de SO2 en Chine. Cahier de recherche. GREDI, 10-13. 
6.He, J., D. Roland-Holst (2010). Economic Growth, Energy demand and Atmospheric Pollution: Challenges and Opportunities for China in the future 30 years. Cahier de recherche. GREDI, 10-11.
7.He, J., M.D Ngoko Njipkap et P. Richard (2010). Impact asymétrique de la variation du prix du pétrole sur les rendements boursiers : une étude empirique sur l’indice SP 500. Cahier de recherche. GREDI, 10-10. 
8.T. Poder et J. He (2010). Rôle de la discrimination ethnique et rurale dans la relation entre inégalité de revenu et santé au Guatemala. Cahier de recherche. GREDI, 10-08.
9.He, J. et P. Richard (2009). Environmental Kuznets Curve for CO2 in Canada. Cahier de recherche. GREDI, 09-13. 10.Drouin-Déziel, N., J. He et L. Savard (2009). La Chine et le contrôle des émissions de CO2 : Analyse en équilibre générale calculable. Cahier de recherche, GREDI, 09-10. 
11.He, J., P. Makdissi et Q. Wodon (2007). Corruption, Inequality, and Environmental Regulation. Cahier de recherche, GREDI, 07-13. 
12.He, J. (2007). Is the Environmental Kuznets Curve hypothesis valid for developing countries? A survey. Cahier de recherche, GREDI, 07-03. 
13.He, J. (2007). Environmental impacts of international trade: The Case of Industrial Emission of Sulfur Dioxide (SO2) in Chinese provinces. Cahier de recherche, GREDI, 07-02. 
14.He, J. (2006). Economic Determinants for China’s Industrial SO2 Emission: Reduced vs. Structural form and the role of international trade. Cahier de recherche, GREDI, 06-27.
15.He, J. (2006). What is the role of economic growth and openness for China’s environment? An analysis based on Divisia decomposition method from the regional angle. Cahier de recherche, GREDI, 06-26.
E) Research Reports 
1.He, J. (2004), The Economic Cost of China’s New De-sulfur Policy During Her Gradual Accession to WTO: The Case of Industrial SO2 Emission, EEPSEA/CRDI Technical Paper series. (50 pages).