MSc (University of Birmingham), PhD (University of Birmingham)
Department: Industrial Economics
Centre/Institute: China Research Group
+44 (0) 115 8232169
C27 (South Building, Jubilee Campus)
Dr Jing Zhang is a development economist. She works at the interaction of international economics, development economics and environmental economics. Her research covers a range of topics including trade, foreign direct investment, innovation, environment, and economic development. Jing has published her work in journals such as World Development, International Business Review, Journal of Regional Science, and Journal of Development Studies.
Her previous funded project include "The Environmental Governance in a Polluted City in China"(British Academy) and Spatial Distribution of Industrial Pollution in China (Ministry of Education of China). She is currently working on a project entitled "Local Government, Economic Growth and Human Development: Chinese Lessons for Kenya and UgandaA" (ESRC).
Deputy Director of PhD Programme (Pastoral)
China Research Group Seminar Series Co-ordinator
UG Appeals Officer
School Committee Memberships
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Jing is module convenor of the following modules:
Quantitative Analysis for Business (BUSI1006)
Details of all modules can be found on MyNottingham
Jing's main research covers international trade, foreign investment, economics of innovation, environmental economics, and development economics. Specific topics include: globalisation, economic development and the environment; empirical international economics; empirical environmental economics, corruption and governance; technology transfer and innovation; and economic development in developing countries.
He is currently involved in a ESRC project on "Local Government, Economic Growth and Human Development: Chi nese Lessons for Kenya and UgandaA" with Professor Lina Song at the University of Nottingham.
Jing is currently supervising the following Research Students:
Irene Santi Bukit
The following lists my publications from 2014 to the present day.
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