Dr Wen WEN

Dr Wen WEN

Wen WEN is a postdoc researcher at CPAL under the “Hong Kong Scholars Program”, who retains her Lecturer position in China University of Petroleum. She has earned a PhD degree in Management Science from Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics. Her research interests drop in the interdisciplinary field of economics, management, and policy studies focusing on energy transition and sustainability issues. Her works have been published in peer-reviewed journals including Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, European Journal of Operational Research, Energy Economics, etc. She is now working on a youth project granted by the National Natural Science Foundation of China focusing on the diffusion mechanisms and promoting policies of electric vehicles.

Journal Articles:

  • Zhou, P., Wen, W., Wang, M., 2020. Efficiency of carbon emissions trading and firms’ emissions abatement decisions. China University of Petroleum Press. (in Chinese)

  • Wen, W., Walker, R.M., Zhou, P. (Apr 2021). Assessing the effectiveness of policy tools: Promoting electric vehicles during the pandemic. IRSPM (International Research Society for Public Management) Conference 2021, Virtual.
  • Yang, S., Zhou, P., Wen, W. (Oct 2020). Consumer heterogeneity and electric vehicle diffusion in the city level: A system dynamics study based on empirical data. Applied Energy Symposium: Low Carbon Cities & Urban Energy Systems, Virtual.
  • Wen, W., Zhou, P., Zhang, F.Q. (May 2017). Firm reactions toward emission trading scheme and carbon concerned consumers. The 28th POMS (Production and Operations Management Society) Annual Conference, Seattle, USA.
  • Wen, W., Zhou, P. (Jun 2016). Joint impacts of emission trading and consumer low-carbon awareness on firm’s decision. The 39th IAEE (International Association for Energy Economics) International Conference, Bergen, Norway.

  • Diffusion mechanisms and promoting policies for electric vehicles considering the social network effects (NSFC, 2020, PI)
  • Cognitive biases and firms’ emissions abatement decisions under the emissions trading scheme (UPC, 2019, PI)
  • Efficient organizational pattern for the integration of shale gas engineering (Industry, 2019, Co-I)