He-Ling Shi

Assoc Professor


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He-Ling Shi is an associate professor in the Department of Economics.


Professor Shi is responsible for the Economics and Finance Course at Monash Business School MBA program, and he was in charge of a Master level training program for the Department of the Treasury of the Australia federal government. He was the keynote speaker of the Australian Business Forum, Australia China Business Council, Australian Institute of the International Affairs. Professor Shi has been researching on the Chinese economy for over 30 years and was appointed as a senior consultant for the World Bank and the Asian Development Bank. During 2005-2007, Professor Shi was the Australian Team Leader of an AusAID project – China Australia Governance Program. Collaborated with National Development and Reform Commission of the Chinese government, he designed and implemented 15 projects to promote the strategic cooperation of 12 ministries in China and their respective counterparts in Australia. He provided technical supports for the negotiation of the China Australia Free Trade Agreement. Professor Shi was ranked among the best 25 economists in Australia during 1988-2000 by the American Economic Association. He has made many media presentations and forecasting in the fields of the social and economic developments in Australia and China, economic reforms in China, Australia-China trade and investment, and world economic outlook.

External positions

Advisory board, Peking University

1 Sep 2006 → …


China- Australia Governance Program

Shi, H.


Project: Research

Study on SOEs Financial and risk management

Shi, H.


Project: Research

WTO Membership of China and Sino-Australia Investment and Trade - Irex Award

Ng, Y., Ng, S., Shi, H., Smyth, R., Wang, X., Wu, Q., Yang, X., Zhang, W., Zhang, D. & Zhang, Y.

Australian Research Council (ARC)


Project: Research

Research Output

Keeping up with the Joneses: From conspicuous consumption to conspicuous leisure?

Huang, L. & Shi, H-L., 2015, In : Oxford Economic Papers. 67, 4, p. 949 - 962 14 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearchpeer-review

2 Citations (Scopus)

Corrigendum to From burden-sharing to opportunity-sharing: Unlocking the climatenegotiations (Climate Policy, (2013), 14, 1, (63-81) 10.1080/14693062.2014.857979)

Zhang, Y. & Shi, H. L., 2014, In : Climate Policy. 14, 3, p. 442 1 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalComment / DebateOtherpeer-review

From burden-sharing to opportunity-sharing: Unlocking the climate negotiations

Zhang, Y. & Shi, H-L., 2014, In : Climate Policy. 14, 1, p. 63 - 81 19 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearchpeer-review

15 Citations (Scopus)

A note on 'An inframarginal analysis of the Ricardian model'

Zhang, D. & Shi, H-L., 2006, In : Pacific Economic Review. 11, 4, p. 505 - 512 8 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearchpeer-review

4 Citations (Scopus)

An Inframarginal Approach to Trade Theory

Yang, X., Cheng, W., Shi, H-L. & Tombazos, C. G., 2005, Singapore: World Scientific Publishing. 550 p.

Research output: Book/ReportEdited BookOther