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Xuejie BAI

 

 

 

Title: Professor
Position: Vice-Dean, Doctoral Researcher
Research Interests: Industrial Economics: Theory and Policy; Industrial Efficiency Analysis
Main Courses: Industrial economics; Regulated economics
Email: baixuejie99@163.com


Personal Overview:
Professor Bai is a Ph.D. supervisor, Vice-Dean of the College of Economic and Social Development at Nankai University, and the Director of the China Federation of Industrial Economics.
She has been engaged in teaching and research work on Industrial Economy. Her main research areas are Industrial Development and Industrial Policy, Productivity and Efficiency, and Japanese Economy and Industrial development.
Over the last few years, Professor Bai has published five monographs about Industrial Economy and more than 50 CSSCI journal papers. Among them, ten papers were replicated by the National People’s Congress (NPC).
She completed nearly 20 research reports on Industrial Planning, Regional Industry Analysis and Industrial Development Strategy working jointly with the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, Ministry of Commerce, Ministry of Science and Technology, Tianjin, Binhai New Area, Hebei, Hainan, Jilin, Inner Mongolia, Shanxi, Guizhou and other central and local government departments. Most of these reports have received excellent comments from provincial and ministerial leaders. For several years, she had obtained awards from the Ministry of Education, Tianjin Municipality, and Nankai University.


Educational Background:
1990-1994: Bachelor of Laws, Department of Political Science, Nankai University
1994-1997: Master of Economics, Economic Research Institute, Nankai University
1997-2000: Ph.D. in Economics, Department of International Economics and Trade, Nankai University


Work Experience:
April 1999 – March 2000: Exchange Student at Ritsumeikan University in Japan
July 1997: Professor at the Institute of Transportation, Nankai University
2001: Professor Bai was promoted to Assistant Professor
2008: Professor Bai was promoted to Professor


Selected Publications:

  • Performance evaluation of China's Hi-tech zones in the post-financial crisis era - Analysis based on the dynamic network SBM model. China Economic Review. 2015 - SSCI.

  • Emerging Industries, Policy Support and Lack of Incentives and Constraints: Taking the New Energy Vehicles Industry as an Example. Economist. 2018,01.

  • Promotion Game, Competitive Impulse and Regional Overcapacity. (Economic and Management Research). 2018,01.

    Renmin University reprinted this paper on its fourth issue of National Economic Management in 2018.

  • Investment Expansion, Product Subsidies and Resource Mismatches in Emerging Industries. (Quantitative Economics and Economics Research). 2017,06.

    Renmin University re-published this paper on its tenth issue of Industrial Economy on 2017.

  • R&D, Market Power and the Effects on Social Welfare. 2016, 03.

    Renmin University re-published this paper on its fifth issue of Industrial Economy on 2017.

  • Resource Recession, Science & Technology and Education Support and Urban Transformation. Research on Transformation Efficiency of Resource-based Cities Based on the Dynamic SBM Model Covering Bad Output. China Industrial Economics. 2014, 11.

  • Is the service industry greener than manufacturing industry? Based on Measurement and Decomposition of Energy Productivity. Industrial Economic Research. 2017, 03.

    Also issued in CUAA fourth issue in 2017.

  • The Mechanism of Overcapacity in China’s Emerging Industries and Solutions: An Analysis of Photovoltaic Industry. Nankai Journal (Philosophy, Literature and Social Sciences Edition). 2017, 01.

    Also issued in CUAA fourth issue in 2017.

  • Double Trade Openness and Integration of Informatization and Industrialization: An Empirical Study Based on New Industrialization Bases. Journal of International Trade. 2014, 09.

  • Shaping the Hourglass-type Industrial Structure: Characteristics and Development of Japan's Industrial Restructuring. Japanese Studies. 2011,02.

    Renmin University reprinted this paper on its eighth issue of Industrial Economy in 2011.