Chen Zhan-Ming is an associate professor from the Department of Energy Economics, School of Economics at Renmin University in China. He received his PhD from the College of Engineering, Peking University in 2011 and BS/BEc from the Department of Mechanics and Engineering Science/China Center for Economics Research, Peking University in 2006. Chen’s current research focuses on energy economics and policy. He has published over 40 peer-reviewed papers with an H-index of 18 and overall citations above 700.
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