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Hao Tan is senior lecturer at Newcastle Business School, University of Newcastle, Callaghan NSW 2008, Australia. He currently serves as acting Head of the International Business Discipline and a Program Convenor of Master of International Business. He is an associate of the Centre of Asian Business & Economics at University of Melbourne, and was a visiting professor at National Tsinghua University in Taiwan in 2014. His current research interest is in China’s energy transition. Since 2009, he has published over 20 scholarly journal articles and book chapters, including a commentary article in the leading science journal ‘Nature’ (co-authored with John Mathews). With John A. Mathews he is the author of China’s Renewable Energy Revolution published by Palgrave in 2015. He is a frequent contributor to both English- and Chinese-language media channels such as UK Financial Times’ Chinese website, China’s Caixin and Australia’s theconversation.com, on energy and environment-related issues in China.
China’s New Silk Road: Will it contribute to export of the black fossil-fuelled economy?
The Revision of China’s Energy and Coal Consumption Data: A preliminary analysis
A ‘Great Reversal’ in China? Coal continues to decline with enforcement of environmental laws
The Greening of China's Black Electric Power System? Insights from 2014 Data
China's renewable energy revolution: what is driving it?
China’s Continuing Renewable Energy Revolution: Global Implications
China's Industrial Energy Revolution: Renewable targets just became even more demanding (Part 1)
China’s Energy Industrial Revolution (Part 2)
Jousting with James Hansen: China building a renewables powerhouse