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Expert NameDr. Yongjie Zhu
InstitutionBeijing Forestry University
Telephone86 10 62338797
Work ExperienceSince 1982, I have been working in the field of Forest Economics as a Faculty member in Beijing Forestry University. The courses taught for undergraduate student have been Forest Economics, Forest Policy, Forest Business Management. Besides the teaching, I have participated in some research projects in the area of Forest Economics which include the feasibility research of north China shelterbelt construction, the research on classification management on forestry, China's forestry market rform and future perspective. 1993: worked as participant in forest plantation project in Yanqing of Beijing. 1994, worked as economics advisor in GEF project for Worldd Bank. I worked as an advisor or participant in forest policy for Ministry of Forestry for many years in many forest regions and areas for various purposes.
Qualifications1. Ph.D. Forest economics, Beijing Forestry University, 1997. 2. MBA, Western Illinois University, 1988. 3. B.Sc. Forest Economics, Beijing Forestry University, 1982.
Number of Publications5
Awards1. Two research awards from the Ministry of Forestry. 2. One teaching award from Beijing Municipal Government. 3. Three teaching awards from Beijing Forestry University.
Other Activities1. Research on China's Economic Reform. 2. Business Advisory 3. Professional Interpreter
Publications1. Zhu, Yongjie, 1995. A discussion on economic for Ecological Forest Construction, the Journal of Beijing Forestry University, II. 2. Zhu, Yongjie, 1997, Forest Product, China's Forestry Publication House. 3. Zhu, Yongjie (interpreter), 1995, Nature Reserve Economics by J.A. Dickson and P.B. Sherman, China's Forestry Publication House. 4. Zhu, Yongjie, The Summary of the research on Timber Demand, the Jourrnal of Beijing Forestry University, 1997 (4). 5. Zhu, Yongjie, China's Timber Import and Export in recent 12 years, Forest Economics, 1993 (3).
DisciplineNatural Resource Management
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