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高静
副教授
博士

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Personal Details
- Degree: Ph.D. in Applied Economics
- Research Interest: Energy Economics, Environmental Economics, Empirical Capital Market Research

Educational Background
- Ph.D., Applied Economics, Auburn University, USA
- M.A., Accounting, Ocean University of China, China
- B.A., Accounting, Ocean University of China, China

Working Experience
- Associate Professor, 2016-present, Capital University of Economics and Business
- Assistant Professor, 2012-2016, Capital University of Economics and Business

Teaching Experience
- Capital University of Economics and Business, Assistant Professor
Principles of Accounting,
Financial Management (Graduate level),
Corporate Finance (Graduate level),
Human Resource Management,                          
Quantitative Policy Analysis (Teaching assistant),             
Migrant Labor in China (Exchange foreign students) 

- Auburn University, Teaching Assistant
Agribusiness,

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Ocean University of China, Instructor
Accounting

Publications
[1]  Gao, J., Nelson, R. and Zhang, L.2013. Substitution in the Electric Power Industry: An Interregional Comparison in the Eastern US. Energy Economics, Vol. (40), 316-325. (SSCI)
[2]  Gao, J. and Zhang, L.2014. Electricity Consumption-Economic Growth-CO2 Emissions Nexus in Sub-Saharan Africa: Evidence from Panel Co-Integration. African Development Review, Vol. 26, No. 2, 359–371. (SSCI)
[3]  Gao, J. and Zhang, L.2015. Analysis of Impact Factors of Air Pollution in China: A MIMIC Modeling Approach. Frontiers of Economics in China. 10(2) 261-289.
[4]  Zhang, L. and Gao, J.2016. Exploring the Effects of International Tourism on China’s Economic Growth, Energy Consumption and Environmental Pollution: Evidence from a Regional Panel Analysis. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews. 53 225-234. (SCI, Impact factor 5.9)
[5]  Li, W., Gao, J., Li, K., and Yao, Q. Modeling Multivariate Volatilities via Latent Common Factors. Journal of Business & Economic Statistics. Forthcoming. (SSCI)
[6]  Zhang, L., Kinnucan, H., and Gao, J. The Economic Contribution of Alabama’s Automotive Industry to its Regional Economy: Evidence from a Computable General Equilibrium Analysis. Economic Development Quarterly. Forthcoming. (SSCI)