Shiqiu Zhang is a professor of environmental economics and Deputy Dean, College of Environmental Sciences and Engineering, Peking University. She graduated from the Economics Department and the Center for Environmental Sciences at PKU, majoring in economics and environmental sciences, respectively. She has been teaching environmental economics and has been conducting various research projects related to environment and development issues which cover environmental economics, environmental policy and environmental management. She is the senior expert member of the UNEP Technology and Economic Assessment Panel for implementing the Montreal Protocol, co-chair of the Task Force for Replenishment of the Multilateral Fund of the Montreal Protocol for the periods 2003-2005 and 2006-2008. She is member of the advisory committee for the Economy and Environment Program for Southeast Asia. She was a member of the Environmental Economics Working Group and the Environmental and Resources Pricing and Taxation Task Force under the China Council for International Co-operation on Environment and Development (CCICED).
Her current research focuses on the economic analysis of a multiple pollutants control strategy, and regional management and policy evaluation, as well as the air quality control for the Beijing Olympic Games.
- Environmental economics
- Cost benefit analysis
- Environmental economic policy