Editorial Team

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Mingyue Selena Sheng    view ≫

Affiliation: Energy Centre, Department of Economics, The University of Auckland, New Zealand

Interests: Environmental Economics; Transport Economics, Applied Econometrics

Biography: Dr Mingyue Selena Sheng is a Senior Research Fellow in the Energy Centre at the University of Auckland Business School, New Zealand. Selena’s ongoing research interests lie on the ground of applied economics/econometrics and advanced data analysis. Her research has a strong focus on environmental and human behavioural aspects. Selena’s current research includes climate change issues, carbon emissions reduction, electric vehicle uptake and associated infrastructure, and various applications of empirical economic modelling for transport systems. Her research has been published in leading academic journals.

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Wee Yeap Lau   view ≫

Affiliation: Department of Economics and Applied Statistics, Faculty of Business and Economics, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Interests: Capital market; Financial economics; Applied financial econometrics (return-based style analysis, information transmission)

Biography: Dr Lau is Associate Professor at the Faculty of Business and Economics, University of Malaya, and previously served as Deputy Dean (Postgraduate) of the Faculty of Economics and Administration (2020-21) and Head of Department (Applied Statistics) for two terms (2013-14 and 2021). He is Elected Member of International Statistical Institute, ISBIS Council Member and Associate Research Fellow of the Malaysian Institute of Economic Research (MIER), and was a MEXT Scholar at Osaka University (2001-06), Visiting Scholar at Risk Management Institute, National University of Singapore (2012-13) and Wenzao Ursuline University of Languages in Taiwan (2019). He also attended an Executive Education program at Bendheim Center for Finance, Princeton University in June 2013. Beyond academia, he was the Local Organising Chair (LOC) for ISBIS Satellite Conference in Kuala Lumpur (2019) and Hon. Secretary of Malaysian Economic Association (MEA) from 2018 to 2022. He specializes in the economics of finance and investment.

Le Wen   view ≫

Affiliation: Energy Centre, Department of Economics, The University of Auckland, New Zealand

Interests: Energy Economics; Labour Economics

Biography: Le’s research at the Energy Centre has made a significant contribution to the field of energy economics by initiating the spatial econometrics modelling design to analyse the spill-over effects of wind generation on electricity price. Le brings expertise in economics and applied econometrics to analyse contemporary energy challenges facing New Zealand business, policy and the community. Her research is highly relevant given the current focus on working towards a net-zero economy. Le works across disciplines, engages with energy companies and organisations, contributes to energy policy and extends her research findings to the general community. Le’s work has appeared in top-tier journals with high impact factors and CiteScores, including The Energy Journal, Energy, Applied Economics, Journal of Cleaner Production, Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, Utilities Policy, Environmental Science and Pollution Research, International Migration, New Zealand Economic Papers, Sustainable Energy, Grids and Networks, and referred International Association for Energy Economics Conference Proceedings.

Elie Bouri  view ≫

Affiliation: School of Business, Lebanese American University, Lebanon

Interests: Financial Economics; Energy Finance; Empirical Finance

Biography: Elie Bouri is an associate professor of Finance at the School of Business at the Lebanese American University (LAU). He has been named to Clarivate Analytics’ 2021 Highly Cited Researchers list in the field “Economics and Business”. He conducts research in the fields of financial economics, investments and risk management, energy finance, and cryptocurrency finance. His research has appeared in high impact factor journals such as Journal of Business Ethics, Journal of Financial Markets, International Review of Financial Analysis, Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money, Finance Research Letters, Financial Innovation, Economic Modelling, International Review of Economics and Finance, Emerging Markets Review, Journal of Forecasting, Annals of Operations Research, Physica A, Energy Economics, The Energy Journal, Energy Policy, Energy, Renewable Energy, Journal of Cleaner Production, and Resources Policy, and has been profiled in Forbes and the CFA Digest along with others.

 Muhammad Ali Nasir  view ≫

Affiliation: Leeds University Business School, University of Leeds, U.K

Interests: Macroeconomics; Financial Economics; International Trade& Finance; Applied Econometrics

Biography: Muhammad Ali Nasir joined the University of Leeds in February 2022. Prior to that, he has worked as an Associate Professor in Economics at the University of Huddersfield since July 2020. Dr Nasir has worked as a Senior Lecturer in Economics at Leeds Business School between May 2012 – June 2020. He has a PhD in Economics and is greatly interested in the areas of Monetary Economics, Macroeconomics, Financial Economics and International Economics, He is an active researcher and has published in a number of reputable journals in the last few years. Dr Nasir is also involved in the research supervision of masters and doctoral level students. Dr Nasir is a key team player, possessing an excellent command of a wide range of analytical techniques paired with sound researching capabilities. He is well versed in a wide range of pedagogical and analytical techniques and their context of application. Dr Nasir possesses good communication and interpersonal skills. Dr Nasir demonstrates a strong commitment to innovative pedagogy, enterprise, research-informed teaching and productive collaborative research. Currently, he is working on the challenges of macroeconomic policy formulation and issues around financial stability, particularly in the Post- COVID-19 world.

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Yunpeng Sun  view ≫

Affiliation: School of Economics, Tianjin University of Commerce, China

Interests: Green Finance, Renewable Energy, Green Innovation

Hao Dong    view ≫

Affiliation: Lingnan College, Sun Yat-Sen University, China

Interests: Green Finance; Financial Risk; Climate Finance

Fubin Huang    view ≫

Affiliation: Business College, Southwest University, China

Interests: Sustainable Development; Poverty Alleviation; Renewable Energy

Lingli Qi   view ≫

Affiliation: Energy Centre, Department of Economics, The University of Auckland, New Zealand

Interests: Environmental impact assessments; Climate change-related policies analysis (dynamic CGE modelling); Carbon market and trading pilot; Forestry sequestration; Renewable energy

Simon Tao    view ≫

Affiliation: Energy Centre, Business School, The University of Auckland, New Zealand

Interests: Energy Economics; Environmental Economics; Spatial Econometrics

Zihan Wang    view ≫

Affiliation: School of Economics and Management, China University of Geosciences, China

Interests: Renewable Energy; Energy Transition; Sustainable Rural Development; Environmental Sustainability

Qi Zhou   view ≫

Affiliation: South China University of Technology, China

Interests: Financial Risk Management; Energy Economics