MaoLiang Bu

Maoliang Bu is an assistant professor at School of Business, Nanjing University, and adjunct professor at the SAIS Nanjing Center of Johns Hopkins University. In the academic year of 2011-2012, he was a post doctor researcher at the University of Goettingen, Germany. Maoliang’s papers appear on peer-reviewed journals such as China & World Economy, Asia- Pacific Journal of Accounting and Economics, China Agricultural Economic Review, Energy Policy and Journal of Cleaner Production. He has received research grants from European Union and China’s government.

Research Area

    Teaching Courses

    1. Environmental Economics in Open Economy
    2. Econometrics
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    Contact Me

    EMAIL: BML@nju.edu.cn PHONE: +86-25-83621395

    Teaching Award

    1. 卜茂亮, 2005, 开元奖教金二等奖, 南京大学商学院

    Research Award

    1. 卜茂亮, 2013, 钱学森城市研究奖, 杭州国际城市学研究中心,
    2. 卜茂亮, 2011, 科研新星奖, 南京大学商学院,

    Research Projects

    1. Maoliang Bu, 2013, Building the Research Network for Climate Change and China-EU Trade, Academic Consortium 21 (AC21) Special Project Fund,

    Published Books for Research

    1. Bu, M. & Luo, H., 2014, Globalization and the Energy Consumption of the Yangtze River Delta of China. In: Yao, S. J. and Herrerias Talamante, M. J., eds. Energy Security and Sustainable Economic Growth in China, Palgrave Macmillan,

    Published Papers

    1. Yanyan Gao, Jianghuai Zheng, Maoliang Bu, 2014, Rural-urban income gap and agricultural growth in China: An empirical study on the provincial panel data, 1978-2010, China Agricultural Economic Review, 6(1),92-107 SSCI
    2. Maoliang Bu, Zhibiao Liu, Marcus Wagner, Xiaohua Yu, 2013, Corporate Social Responsibility and the Pollution Haven Hypothesis: Evidence from Multinationals’ Investment Decision in China, Asia-Pacific Journal of Accounting & Economics, 20(1), 85-99 SSCI
    3. 张杰,卜茂亮,陈志远, 2012, 中国制造业部门劳动报酬比重的下降及其动因分析, 中国工业经济, 第5期
    4. Maoliang Bu, Zhibiao Liu, Yanyan Gao, 2011, Influence of International Openness on Corporate Environmental Performance in China, China & World Economy, 19(2), 77-92 SSCI

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