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Xinyang Wei

Associate Professor

Xinyang Wei


Dr. Xinyang Wei received a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of New South Wales. Before that, he obtained MSc and BSc degrees from Chongqing University. Prior to joining NUCB, he had teaching and research experiences at the Macau University of Science and Technology and the University of New South Wales. His research interests include energy and environmental economics, policy evaluation, climate change and low-carbon development. He has taught undergraduate, master’s and doctoral courses, such as Business Statistics, Econometrics, Financial Statistics and Econometrics, and Research Methodology.

Research Interests

Energy and Environmental Economics, Policy Evaluation, Climate Change, Low Carbon Development

Final Education

Ph.D., University of New South Wales

Awards & Honours

  • (2024) Research Award. Kurimoto Educational Institute
  • (2022) The First Prize of Teaching Achievement Award. Macau University of Science and Technology
  • (2020) The Second Prize in the Open Group of the Macau Economics Essay Competition. Macau Economic Association

Academic Papers

  • Xinyang Wei (2023) Study on the spatial spillover effect and path mechanism of green finance development on China's energy structure transformation. Journal of Cleaner Production
  • Xinyang Wei (2023) Effect of green finance reform and innovation pilot zone on improving environmental pollution: an empirical evidence from Chinese cities. Environmental Science and Pollution Research
  • Xinyang Wei (2023) The Impact of Fintech Development on Air Pollution. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health
  • Xinyang Wei (2022) Multi-scenario simulation on reducing CO2 emissions from China's major manufacturing industries targeting 2060. Journal of Industrial Ecology
  • Xinyang Wei (2022) Evaluation of contagious effects of China's wind power industrial policies. Energy
  • Xinyang Wei (2021) Contagion in Global Stock Markets during the COVID-19 Crisis. Global Challenges
  • Xinyang Wei (2021) Measuring contagion effects of nuclear energy policies and events. International Journal of Energy Research
  • Xinyang Wei (2021) A joint test of policy contagion with application to the solar sector. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews
  • Xinyang Wei (2021) The contagious effect of China's energy policy on stock markets: The case of the solar photovoltaic industry. Renewable Energy
  • Xinyang Wei (2020) Evaluation of potential co-benefits of air pollution control and climate mitigation policies for China's electricity sector. Energy Economics
  • Xinyang Wei (2020) Research on the Development Status of China's Renewable Energy Industry - The Impact of Capital Structure on Company Performance. Frontiers in Energy Research
  • Xinyang Wei (2020) Scenario analysis on abating industrial process greenhouse gas emissions from adipic acid production in China. Petroleum Science
  • Xinyang Wei (2019) The Impact of International Oil Prices on the Stock Price Fluctuations of China’s Renewable Energy Enterprises. Energies


  • (2023) Assessment of the Contagion Effects of Japan's Energy Policies in Asia. Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Primary Researcher
  • (2022) Study on Population Planning and Economic Development Strategy of Macao. Macao Foundation Co-researcher
  • (2021) Evaluation and Research on the Development Path of Low-Carbon City in Zhuhai. Zhuhai Federation of Social Sciences Primary Researcher
  • (2020) Research on China's Future Power Development Planning under the Emissions Trading Scheme (Phase II). Macao Higher Education Fund Primary Researcher
  • (2019) Research on China's Future Power Development Planning under the Emissions Trading Scheme (Phase I). Macao Higher Education Fund Primary Researcher

Book & Case Publishing

  • Xinyang Wei, Yu-Ling Hsiao and Ni Sheng (2023) Prospects for Energy Cooperation between China and Portuguese-speaking Countries. China Financial & Economic Publishing House
  • Yu-Ling Hsiao, Xinyang Wei and Ni Sheng (2023) Theory and Application of Energy Policy Contagion Models. China Financial & Economic Publishing House
  • Xinyang Wei (2022) Study on Macao's Population and Economic Development Strategy. The Macanese Publishing LTD (Book Chapter)