• The University of Western Australia (M251), 35 Stirling Highway,

    6009 Perth

    Australia

  • 1474 Citations
  • 21 h-Index
1993 …2019
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Personal profile

Biography

Prof. Yanrui Wu is an economist specializing in development economics, international trade and applied econometric modelling. His research interests include the Chinese and Asian economies, productivity analysis, economic growth, resource and environmental economics. He has published extensively in these fields. His work has appeared in many SSCI-listed journals such as Energy Economics, Energy, Applied Economics, Journal of Comparative Economics, Empirical Economics, China Economic Review, Economics Letters, Pacific Economic Review and Resources Policy. He is the author of several books such as Productive Performance in Chinese Enterprises (Macmillan, 1996), China’s Consumer Revolution (Edward Elgar Publishers, 1999), The Macroeconomics of East Asian Growth (Edward Elgar Publishers, 2002), China’s Economic Growth (RoutledgeCurzon, 2004), Productivity, Efficiency and Economic Growth in China (Palgrave Macmillan, 2008) and Understanding Economic Growth in China and India (World Scientific Publishing, 2012). Prof Wu is on the editorial board of Journal of Chinese Economic and Business Studies (Routledge, UK), China Agricultural Economic Review (Emerald, UK)and East Asian Policy (NUS, Singapore). He is also an Associate Editor of China Economic Review (Elsevier) and the General Editor of Advances in Chinese Economic Studies book series published by Edward Elgar Publishers, UK. His teaching interests include international economics, business econometrics and development economics.

Future research

Energy and environmental economics;
Innovation economics; and
Economic growth in China, India and Indonesia

Funding overview

Yanrui Wu and Dora Marinova, 2010,"Energy Efficiency, Economic Growth and the
Environment in China", ARC Discovery project, $357,000

Prof. Yanrui Wu 2007, “Economic Growth and the Environment: A Study of China's Regional Economies”, UWA Research Grants Scheme, Funds Approved: $12,949.00. RFCD:

Prof. Yanrui Wu 2005, “Sources of Economic Growth: A Comparison of China and India “, UWA Research Grants Scheme, Funds Approved: $11,000.00. RFCD:

Prof. Kenneth Clements, Prof. Yanrui Wu 2003, “International Comparison of Feed Consumption Patterns”, Department of Foreign Affairs & Trade - ACIAR, Funds Approved: $21,556.00. RFCD:

Prof. Yanrui Wu 2003, “Understanding Economic Growth in Western China.”, UWA Research Grants Scheme, Funds Approved: $9,835.00. RFCD:

Dr Paul Crompton, Prof. Yanrui Wu 2002, “The Future of Australian Mineral Exports”, ARC Linkage Projects, Funds Approved: $167,780.00. RFCD:

Prof. Yanrui Wu 2001, “Measuring economics openness and its impacts on growth: With application to the Chinese regions”, UWA Research Grants Scheme, Funds Approved: $19,057.00. RFCD:

Prof. Yanrui Wu 2001, “Economic Growth, Transition and Globalization in China”, The Ford Foundation, Funds Approved: US$10,000.00. RFCD:

Prof. Yanrui Wu 2000, “Economic integration and its impacts on productivity and growth among the Chinese regions”, UWA Research Grants Scheme, Funds Approved: $10,689.00. RFCD:

Prof. Yanrui Wu 1999, “Understanding China's regional growth”, ARC Small Grants, Funds Approved: $9,072.00. RFCD:

Prof. Yanrui Wu 1997, “The Performance of Foreign Direct Investment in China: A Comparative Study”, ARC Small Grants, Funds Approved: $17,823.00. RFCD:

Previous positions

2004-2007, Associate Professor, economics, University of Western Australia
2000-2003, Senior Lecturer, economics, University of Western Australia
1997-1999, Lecturer, economics, University of Western Australia
1995-1996, Research Fellow, Asia Research Centre, Murdoch University
1993-1994, Postdoctoral Fellow, economics, University of Otago

Industrial relevance

Resource sector

Commodity trade

Teaching overview

Business Econometrics
International Economics
Development Economics

Research

Chinese and Indian economies, Energy and resource economics, Economic growth, Productivity analysis

External positions

Adjunct Professor, Hefei University of Technology

2014 → …

Adjunct Professor, University of Science and Technology of China

2009 → …

External Fellow, University of Nottingham

20082014

Keywords

  • Applied economic modelling
  • Chinese economy
  • Economic development
  • Economic integration
  • Indian economy
  • Productivity analysis
  • Mineral economics

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China Social Sciences
emissions trading Earth & Environmental Sciences
firm Social Sciences
carbon dioxide Earth & Environmental Sciences
empirical analysis Earth & Environmental Sciences
economic growth Earth & Environmental Sciences
import Earth & Environmental Sciences
iron and steel industry Social Sciences

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Research Output 1993 2019

Effects of national science and technology programs on innovation in Chinese firms

Shi, X., Wu, Y., Fu, D., Guo, X. & Wu, H., 1 Mar 2019, In : Asian Economic Papers. 18, 1, p. 207-236 30 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

innovation
firm
science
China
private investment
2 Citations (Scopus)

Outward foreign direct investment and domestic innovation performance: evidence from China

Zhou, C., Hong, J., Wu, Y. & Marinova, D., 2 Jan 2019, In : Technology Analysis and Strategic Management. 31, 1, p. 81-95 15 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

China
Outward foreign direct investment
Innovation performance
Emerging markets
Technology spillovers
2 Citations (Scopus)

Risk preference and efficiency in Chinese banking

Zhu, N., Wu, Y., Wang, B. & Yu, Z., Feb 2019, In : China Economic Review (Amsterdam). 53, p. 324-341

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Banking
Risk preferences
Commercial banks
Technical efficiency
Banking sector

Technology Gap, Reverse Technology Spillover and Domestic Innovation Performance in Outward Foreign Direct Investment: Evidence from China

Hong, J., Zhou, C., Wu, Y., Wang, R. & Marinova, D., 19 Mar 2019, In : China and World Economy. 27, 2, p. 1-23 23 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Technology gap
Technology spillovers
China
Outward foreign direct investment
Innovation performance
1 Citation (Scopus)

China's Crowding Out Effect on East Asian Exports: Gross Value and Domestic Value-Added Analysis

Nguyen, S. T. & Wu, Y., 1 Sep 2018, In : Economic Papers. 37, 3, p. 248-269 22 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Value added
Crowding-out effect
China
Asia
Product category

Projects 1998 2016