Chief Advisor

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Qi Shaozhou was born in September 1965 in Baofeng County of Henan  Province. He is a professor of Economics, Ph.D. supervisor, director of  Center for Climate Change and Energy Environment Research of Wuhan  University, director of Center for European Studies of Wuhan University,  and deputy director of Department of World Economics, School of  Economics and Management, Wuhan University. He obtained the Ph. D.  Economics Degree in 2001 andstudied in University of Paris-East  Marne-la-valley from 1999 to 2000; He was the visiting scholar of  Georgia State University in America and obtained the Post-doctoral  Research Certificate of the university from 2002 to 2003; and he went to  University of Manchester in UK as a senior visiting scholar in 2007.  The research fields mainly include climate change and environment energy  economy and policies, EU economic and monetary integration and world  economic theories and policies. In recent years, he hosted the  significant project of philosophy and social science research of the  Ministry of Education, special project for addressing climate change of  Ministry of Science and Technology (973 Plan), project of Natural  Science Fund of China and more high-level projects. He has released  multiple papers on the authoritative periodicals such asEconomic Research,  and has won Hubei Social Science Excellent Achievement Award, Hubei  Excellent Teaching Achievement Award and more academic awards. At  present, his academic part-time jobs include: evaluation expert of the  third working group of fifth assessment report (AR5) for  Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) of the United Nations;  member of Expert Committee for Dealing with Climate Change of Hubei  Provincial Government; Executive Director of All China Association of  World Economic Research, etc.

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