Dequn Zhou mainly investigates Econometrics, Data envelopment analysis, Production, Empirical research and Environmental economics. His work on Cointegration and Panel data is typically connected to Long period as part of general Econometrics study, connecting several disciplines of science. In his work, Parametric statistics, Stochastic frontier analysis, Energy distance and Marginal cost is strongly intertwined with Nonparametric statistics, which is a subfield of Data envelopment analysis.
His research in Production intersects with topics in Natural resource economics and Energy, Energy accounting. His Empirical research study incorporates themes from Urban china, Economy and Rebound effect. Dequn Zhou studied Environmental economics and Electricity generation that intersect with Carbon price.
Dequn Zhou mainly focuses on Environmental economics, Econometrics, Production, Empirical research and Data envelopment analysis. His work deals with themes such as Electricity generation, Driving factors, Market price and Index, which intersect with Environmental economics. His specific area of interest is Econometrics, where Dequn Zhou studies Panel data.
His Production research incorporates elements of Consumption, Energy, Energy accounting and Revenue. Empirical research is closely attributed to Economy in his work. Data envelopment analysis and Inefficiency are commonly linked in his work.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Environmental economics, Natural resource economics, Production, Photovoltaic system and Investment. His Environmental economics research integrates issues from Life-cycle assessment, Biofuel and Revenue. His Natural resource economics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Urbanization, Consumption and Thermal power station.
Dequn Zhou works mostly in the field of Urbanization, limiting it down to topics relating to Industrialisation and, in certain cases, Empirical research, as a part of the same area of interest. Dequn Zhou interconnects Energy performance and Energy in the investigation of issues within Production. His study in Data envelopment analysis is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Marginal abatement cost and Process engineering.
Dequn Zhou spends much of his time researching Environmental economics, Photovoltaic system, Energy intensity, Civil aviation and Scenario analysis. Dequn Zhou regularly ties together related areas like Renewable energy technology in his Environmental economics studies. His Photovoltaic system research spans across into subjects like Subsidy, Technology push, Public policy, Research development and Cost reduction.
His Energy intensity study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Environmental impact of aviation and Environmental protection.
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CO2 emissions, energy consumption and economic growth in China: A panel data analysis
S.S. Wang;D.Q. Zhou;P. Zhou;Q.W. Wang;Q.W. Wang.
Energy Policy (2011)
Measuring economy-wide energy efficiency performance: A parametric frontier approach
P. Zhou;B.W. Ang;D.Q. Zhou.
Applied Energy (2012)
Industrial energy efficiency with CO2 emissions in China: A nonparametric analysis
F. Wu;L.W. Fan;P. Zhou;D.Q. Zhou.
Energy Policy (2012)
Energy efficiency and production technology heterogeneity in China: A meta-frontier DEA approach
Qunwei Wang;Qunwei Wang;Zengyao Zhao;Peng Zhou;Dequn Zhou.
Economic Modelling (2013)
Modeling economic performance of interprovincial CO2 emission reduction quota trading in China
P. Zhou;L. Zhang;D.Q. Zhou;W.J. Xia.
Applied Energy (2013)
Measuring China’s regional energy and carbon emission efficiency with DEA models: A survey
Fanyi Meng;Bin Su;Elspeth Thomson;Dequn Zhou.
Applied Energy (2016)
Efficiency measurement with carbon dioxide emissions: The case of China
Qunwei Wang;Qunwei Wang;Peng Zhou;Dequn Zhou.
Applied Energy (2012)
Decomposition of intensity of energy-related CO2 emission in Chinese provinces using the LMDI method
Wei Zhang;Ke Li;Dequn Zhou;Wenrui Zhang.
Energy Policy (2016)
Political connections, government subsidies and firm financial performance: Evidence from renewable energy manufacturing in China
Huiming Zhang;Lianshui Li;Dequn Zhou;Peng Zhou.
Renewable Energy (2014)
Scenario-based energy efficiency and productivity in China: A non-radial directional distance function analysis
H. Wang;P. Zhou;D.Q. Zhou.
Energy Economics (2013)
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