Name: Duan Xianming
Professional Title: Professor
Research Area: Environmental
Post-doctoral, professor, was Vice-Dean of Forestry College of Jiangxi Agricultural University and Vice-Dean of School of Economics and Trade in 1996-2001,Mainly engaged in teaching and research of resources and environmental economics, resources and ecological environment management and other fields, served as the ninth and tenth Council members of China Quantitative Economics Association, the standing member of Environmental Economics Branch of China Society of Environmental Sciences, the standing member of Zhejiang Economic Association, and the standing member of Zhejiang Cyclic Economy Society. Director of Institute of Industrial Organization and Public Policy and Institute of Intelligent Enterprise Evaluation in Hangzhou Dianzi University.
He presided over two projects of the National Social Science Fund of China, two projects of the National Natural Science Foundation of China and bidding research projects entrusted by the Zhejiang Provincial Government.
 Zhang Yidan, Dong Zhanfeng, Ge Chazhong, Duan Xianxian, Longfeng. Study on Excitation Mechanism and Innovation of Environmental Protection Tax Reduction Preference [J]. Ecological Economy, 2019, 35 (04): 167-171.
 Zhang Yidan, Ge Chazhong, Duan Xianming, Longfeng. A Research on the Regional Differences in the Environmental Protection Tax Rates of China [J]. Taxation Research, 2019 (01): 25-31.
 Yu Ting, Duan Xianming, Ge Chazhong, Li Xiaoliang. Status Analysis and Development Proposals on China's Green Stock Index [J]. Environmental Protection, 2018, 46 (18): 42-46.
 Zhang Yidan, Ge Chazhong, Duan Xianxian, Longfeng. Environmental Tax Rate Standard Exploration and Policy Recommendations based on Marginal Abatement Approach[J]. Research of Environmental Sciences, 2019, 32 (02): 183-189.
 Weng Zhixiong, Ma Zhongyu, Zhu Bin, Cheng Cuiyun, Duan XianMing. Practical Innovation of the Thought of “Lucid Waters and Lush Mountains are Invaluable Assets” in Zhejiang Province[J] Environmental Protection, 2018, 46 (09): 53-57.
* Public Management