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Xueting Jiang



Master of science (human geography), University of Chinese Academy of Sciences

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Xueting is a PhD scholar at Crawford School of Public Policy, The Australian National University. Her research interests focus on climate change economics, environmental economics, energy economics and economic geography.

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Topic title

Essays on climate change economics and environmental economics


Journal Articles & Working Papers

Jiang, X.T., Drivers of Air Pollution Reduction Paradox: Empirical Evidence from Directly Measured Unit-Level Data of Chinese Power Plants. Energy 254, 124389, doi: (2022).

Li, S., Wang, Q., Jiang, X.T., Li, R.. The negative impact of the COVID-19 on renewable energy growth in developing countries: Underestimated. Journal of Cleaner Production 367, 132996. doi: (2022).

Wang, Q., Zhang, M., Jiang, X.T., Li, R. Does the COVID-19 pandemic derail US-China collaboration on carbon neutrality research? A survey. Energy Strategy Reviews 43, 100937. doi: (2022).

Wang, Q., Zhang, M., Li, R., Jiang, X.T. Does marine environmental research meet the challenges of marine pollution induced by the COVID-19 pandemic? Comparison analysis before and during the pandemic based on bibliometrics. Marine Pollution Bulletin 183, 114046. doi: (2022).

Jiang, X.T and Stern, D.I., Asymmetric response of carbon emissions to recessions and expansions and oil market shocks. CAMA Working Paper No. 92/2021, Available at SSRN: or (2021)

Wang Q, Wang S, Jiang X.T. Preventing a rebound in carbon intensity post-COVID-19 – lessons learned from the change in carbon intensity before and after the 2008 financial crisis. Sustainable Production and Consumption, ;27:1841-56.doi: (2021).

Wang, Q., Jiang, X.T., Yang, X., Ge, S. Comparative analysis of drivers of energy consumption in China, the USA and India - a perspective from stratified heterogeneity. Science of the Total Environment. 698, 134117, doi: (2020).

Wang, Q., Jiang, X.T., Ge, S., Jiang, R. Is Economic Growth Compatible with a Reduction in CO2 Emissions? Empirical Analysis of the United States. Resources, Conservation and Recycling. 151, 104443, doi: (2019).

Jiang, X.T., Wang, Q. & Li, R. Investigating factors affecting carbon emission in China and the USA: A perspective of stratified heterogeneity. Journal of Cleaner Production 199, 85-92, doi: (2018).

Jiang, X.T., Su, M. & Li, R. Decomposition Analysis in Electricity Sector Output from Carbon Emissions in China. Sustainability 10, doi:10.3390/su10093251 (2018).

Jiang, X.T., Su, M. & Li, R. Investigating the Factors Influencing the Decoupling of Transport-Related Carbon Emissions from Turnover Volume in China. Sustainability 10, doi:10.3390/su10093034 (2018).

Wang, Q., Jiang, X.T. & Li, R. Comparative decoupling analysis of energy-related carbon emission from electric output of electricity sector in Shandong Province, China. Energy 127, 78-88, doi: (2017).

Jiang, X.T. & Li, R. Decoupling and Decomposition Analysis of Carbon Emissions from Electric Output in the United States. Sustainability 9, doi:10.3390/su9060886 (2017).

Li, R. & Jiang, X.T. Inequality of Carbon Intensity: Empirical Analysis of China 2000–2014. Sustainability 9, doi:10.3390/su9050711 (2017).

Jiang, X.T., Dong, J.-F., Wang, X.-M. & Li, R.-R. The Multilevel Index Decomposition of Energy-Related Carbon Emission and Its Decoupling with Economic Growth in USA. Sustainability 8, doi:10.3390/su8090857 (2016).

Scholarships and fellowships

The Australian Government Research Training Program (AGRTP)

Mailing address

Crawford School of Public Policy
ANU College of Asia & the Pacific
J.G. Crawford Building No. 132
Lennox Crossing
The Australian National University
Canberra ACT 2601 Australia

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