Fang Zhang is currently a doctoral candidate at the School of Public Policy and Management, Tsinghua University in China and a doctoral researcher in CIERP's Energy, Climate, and Innovation program through July 2013. She was previously with the Center for Environmental Public Policy in the Goldman School of Public Policy at UC Berkeley as a visiting scholar from September 2011 to August 2012. Her research topic is the effectiveness of international renewable energy technology transfer and its role in renewable energy deployment in developing countries.
Fang Zhang, Qiang Zhi, Blas Pérez Henríquez, Jun Su, Public Policy, Global Network and Technology Transfer: An Empirical Study On China's Wind Turbine Industry, 2012 APPAM Fall Research Conference, Accepted.
Fang Zhang, Jun Su, Technology Transfer and the Deployment of Clean Energy Technology in Developing Countries: Empirical Evidences from Chinese Wind Turbine Manufacturing Industry, 2012 Proceedings of PICMET '.
Peng Ru, Qiang Zhi, Fang Zhang, Xiaotian Zhong, Jiangqiang Li and Su, J., Behind the development of technology: The transition of innovation modes in China’s wind turbine manufacturing industry, Energy Policy, Vol.43, 2012, pp. 58 – 69.
Yuan Zhou; Guannan Xu; Minshall, T.; Jun Su; Fang Zhang; Qiang Zhi. A Policy Dimension Required for Technology Roadmapping: Learning from the Development of Emerging Wind Energy Industry in China. Technology Management in the Energy Smart World (PICMET), 2011 Proceedings of PICMET '11, E-ISBN: 978-1-890843-24-3.