Bo Wang
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Bo Wang

Deputy Director of Institute of Global Low Carbon EconomyAssistant dean of School of International Relations at the University of Business and Economics in Beijing (UIBE); Research associate with School of International Development, University of East Anglia, UK.

Bo's research has focused on political and institutional dimensions of climate change and energy policy. Bo was conducting comparative studies of international climate change policies at the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs at Harvard Kennedy School of Government 2008 - 2009. Bo completed his PhD in International Relations, with a focus on ino-U.S. relations, from the China Foreign Affairs University. His dissertation concentrated on U.S. oil policy. 
   His climate and energy-related publications have included: ”Sino-EU Security Relations”(with a focus on energy and climate security) book chapter
Rutledge ( 2010),  “Can CDM Bring Technology Transfer to China” ,Energy Policy” Vol.38,(2010), “China’s Climate Strategy post Copenhagen”, China Energy News, (2009,2010). 'A rational attitude toward Sino-US cooperation on energy and climate change', China Energy News, Vol. 24 (2009); 'Exploring China's climate change policy from both international and domestic perspectives', American Journal of Chinese Studies, Vol. 16, No. 2 (2009); 'Understanding China's climate change policy' in Competition and Partnership Issues of Economic and Trade Relations Between China and the EU (University of International Business and Economic Press, 2008); 'China's environmental diplomacy', American Journal of Chinese Studies, Vo. 15, No. 1 (2008); American Oil Policy ,World Affairs Press, (2008, in Chinese).

His ongoing research is focusing on “the Feasibility of Sectoral Approach in Bridging Chinese National Mitigation and International Climate Governance”

The courses Bo teaches include: International Relations: Security and Development ; American Politics; International Environmental Negotiations; Chinese Political Theories, etc.