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Guo, Dong, Ph.D.
Address: 775 Columbus Avenue, Apt 11D, New York, NY 10025
Tel: 212 851 4110
E-­‐mail: guodong@columbia.edu
August 2015
RECENT PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCES
Oct 2015 (Expected) Associate Research Scholar, The Earth Institute, Columbia
University
Jun 2015 – Current Associate Director, Research Program on Sustainability Policy and
Management, The Earth Institute, Columbia University
Aug 2013 – Oct 2015 Post-­‐Doctoral Research Scholar, Research Program on
Sustainability Policy and Management, The Earth Institute,
Columbia University
• Funded Research
o PI; mixed-­‐method program evaluation for The Sustainability Consortium’s
China operation; amount: $50,000.
o PI; development of urban sustainability indicators: an integration of scientific
and participatory approaches in China, Cross-­‐ Cutting Initiative (CCI), the Earth
Institute, 2015-­‐16; amount: $20,300.
o PI; training program and business model review for the Institute for Sustainable
Communities’ Environment, Health and Safety Academy in China; $20,000.
o Co-­‐PI; construction of ESG metrics scoring application for ESG Analytics;
amount: $60,000.
• Funded Research (Expected this month)
o PI; evaluation of green procurement indicators and indices for China, the
Sustainability Consortium; amount: $28,000.
o PI; sustainability plans and indicators for the tourism industry in Huizhou City,
IBM Smart Cities China; amount: $50,000.
o PI; development of a framework for inter-­‐regional system of payments for
ecosystem services, a joint project with China Institute for Development
Planning, Tsinghua University; amount to EI for first phase: $12,000.
o PI; sustainability plans and indicators for urban sustainable transportation in
the City of Huizhou, IBM Smart Cities China; amount: $50,000.
• Less-­‐restrictive Gifts on China Related Research ($550,000 for 5 Years)
o PI; sustainability measurement, including metrics and rating systems for the
Chinese national and regional governments, a joint research with the China
Center for International Economic Exchanges.
• In Discussion
o Less-­‐restrictive Gifts on China Related Research (~$400,000 p.a. for 4 Years,
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expected later this year)
o Eco-­‐development Models, for Tianjin Binhai New District.
o Research on international experiences in building sustainable free trade zone,
and drafting of report for Tianjin Binhai New District.
o Research on ways and methods for attracting human capital investment to free
trade zones, and drafting of report for Tianjin Binhai New District.
o Pilot sustainability metrics in Henan Province, Guizhou Province, and Tianjin
Binhai District.
• Other Activities
o Organized a high-­‐level forum on Sustainability Policy and Practice: Promoting a
Sustainable Supply Chain with the Columbia Global Center East Asia and the
Sustainability Consortium.
o Organized theme forum on sustainability metrics at CCIEE’s 4 th Global Think
Tank Summit, attended by high-­‐level national and regional government officials,
and top academics in Beijing.
o Organized, hosted a theme forum on sustainability management and
measurement, and moderated a panel on multi-­‐stakeholder engagement for
sustainability at Eco-­‐Forum Global 2015 in Guiyang, China, attended by
ministers from National Statistics Bureau and the Ministry of Environmental
Protection, regional government officials, and top academics.
o Led background research on corporate and city level sustainability indicator
and framework research in the US and other countries, established a database
of over 600 indicators, compiled urban sustainability metrics case studies, and
produced white papers.
o Working with Professor Guizhen He from the Chinese Academy of Sciences on
issues of public participation in major infrastructure projects, specifically the
High Speed Rail in China.
o Designed a local environmental accounting system for the Chinese city of
Jiyuan, with Professor Satyajit Bose.
• Other Proposals Submitted
o Co-­‐PI; submitted a grant proposal to the President Global Innovation Fund,
Columbia University to fund Urban Sustainability Metrics and Rating System.
o PI; submitted a grant proposal to the China Urban Initiative to fund the
Development of a Simplified City-­‐Level Emissions Accounting System for Jiyuan,
China
o Co-­‐PI; submitted a grant proposal to NSF to fund the Developing a
Parsimonious Set of Indicators for Sustainability Measurement and Reporting.
o Co-­‐PI; submitted a grant proposal to NSF and the Natural Science Foundation
of China (NSFC) to fund the development of Parsimonious Metrics for
Sustainable Manufacturing in China, a collaborative research with the Chinese
Academy of Environmental Planning and the China Center on International
Economic Exchanges.
Sept 2014 – Current Lecturer, School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia
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University
• Teach Research Methods and Quantitative Techniques for Public Management and
Policy; Economics for Sustainable Development
May 2015 – Current Lecturer, School of Continuing Education, Columbia University
• Teach Statistics for Sustainability Management
• Guest Lecturer, Environmental Conflict Resolution
Jun – July 2015 Lecturer, School of Government, Peking University
• Design and teach Economics and Public Policy (10 3-­‐hour sessions) to 63 mayoral
level officials in the Executive Public Policy Training Program, a joint program to train
Chinese mayoral level officials with LSE, Peking University, Sciences Po, and
Columbia University.
May 2013 – Current China Advisor, Picker Center, School of International and Public
Affairs, Columbia University
• Helped design the project: Global Public Management: Rethinking Policies towards
Public Health, Education and Megacities in Brazil, India and China, a President’s
Global Innovation Funded Study. Advise on program implementation, curriculum
design, teaching and recruiting in China.
Jan 2012 – Current Board Director, G Brothers Investment Holdings Ltd., Hong Kong,
SAR
• Attend regular board meetings, and consult on management and strategic decisions.
Jan – May 2011 Teaching Assistant, Teachers College, Columbia University
• Provided teaching support, including holding recitations, review sessions, and office
hours for Microeconomics Theory and Applications to Education taught by Professor
Francisco Rivera-­‐Batiz.
Sept – Dec 2010 Teaching Assistant, Teachers College, Columbia University
• Provided teaching support, including holding weekly office hours, grading
assignments, mid-­‐term, and final term paper for Economics of Higher Education
taught by Professor Joydeep Roy.
Jan – May 2009 Graduate Research Assistant, Center on Chinese Education,
Teachers College, Columbia University
• Conducted statistical research on Chinese education, and coordinated executive
training programs for Chinese university officials at Columbia University
Aug – Jul 2006 Graduate Research Assistant, Picker Center, School of
International and Public Affairs, Columbia University
• Assisted Professor William Eimicke on Best Practices in Prisoner Reentry; conducted
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site visits, interviews, and helped with drafting of report.
Jul 2006 Teaching Assistant, China Central Television, China
• Provided teaching support to Professor William Eimicke on Public Management for
CCTV executives.
Jul – Aug 2006 Teaching Assistant, School of Journalism, Fudan University
• Provided teaching support to Professor William Eimicke on Public Management for
media executive training in Fudan University, Shanghai.
Jul – Aug 2004 Research Assistant, Henan Social Science Academy, China
• Helped with data collection and write-­‐ups for research on China rural taxation
reform theory and practice, and a study on problems facing contemporary Chinese
middle class wage earners.
Jun – Aug 2004 Research Intern, Deloitte Hong Kong, SAR
• Helped design the metrics and rank the top 300 fasted growing technology
companies in Asia-­‐Pacific, which culminated in a report published by Deloitte.
EDUCATION
Aug 2007 – May 2013 Ph.D. in Economics and Education, Teachers College, Columbia
University
• M.Phil. 2012
• Dissertation Thesis: Labor Market Returns to School Quality in China
Aug 2006 – Jul 2007 Master of Public Administration, School of International and Public
Affairs, Columbia University
• Concentration: International Economic Policy and Management
Sept 2003 – May 2006 Bachelor of Science, University College London, UK
• Major in Economics
PUBLICATIONS
Peer-­‐Reviewed Publications
Guo. D., S. Bose, & K. Alnes. Employment Implications of Stricter Pollution Regulation in
China: Theories and Lessons from the U.S. [Revised and Resubmitted, Environment,
Development and Sustainability]
Bose. S. & D. Guo. Alchemy in Nature: the Role of Finance in Sustainability. Columbia
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University Press. [Under Review, contract expected by end of August]
Guo. D. Labor Market Impacts of Early School Expenditure: Evidence from China [Under
review, Journal of Development Studies]
Guo. D. Labor Market Impacts of School Quality in China: a Gender Comparison. [Submission
expected in August]
Guo. D. & G. He. The Determinants of Public Trust and Environmental Risk Perception:
Evidence from High Speed Railway in China. [Submission expected in August]
Guo. D., K. DeFrancia, & W. Qiu. Sustainability Training Framework for Supply Chain in China.
[Submission expected in August]
Guo. D. (2013). Labor Market Returns to School Quality in China. Columbia University.
[Doctoral dissertation]
Conference Papers
Guo. D., J. Wang, A. Miller, K. DeFrancia, H. Martinez, X. Liu, & H. Zhang (2015). From China
to the World: Establishing Indicators for Global Sustainable Development. The China
Center for International Economic Exchanges. Beijing, China.
Guo. D., & S. Bose. (2014). Development of a Parsimonious Set of City-­‐level Environmental
Performance Metrics for Jiyuan, Henan Province, China. Conference Paper. US China
International Conference on Public Administration: Building A Public Servicing
Government and Administrative System Innovation.
White-­‐Papers and Project Reports
Guo. D., K. DeFrancia, M. Chen, B. Filiatraut, & C. Zhang. (2015). Assessing Sustainability:
Frameworks and Indices. Sustainability Metrics White Paper Series: 3 of 4. Columbia
University.
Guo. D., & K. DeFrancia. (2015). Institute for Sustainable Communities: Environment, Health
& Safety Training Program Review. Evaluation Report. The Earth Institute, Columbia
University.
Guo. D., K. DeFrancia. & M. Chen. (2015). Lessons from the Sustainability Consortium China:
Improving Supply Chain Sustainability. Evaluation Report. The Earth Institute, Columbia
University.
Cohen, S., S. Bose, D. Guo, A. Miller, K. DeFrancia, O. Berger, B. Filiatraut, M. Loman, W. Qiu
& C. Zhang. (2014). The Growth of Sustainability Metrics. Sustainability Metrics White
Paper Series: 1 of 4. Columbia University.
CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS
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Guo. D., & S. Bose. (2014). Development of a Parsimonious Set of City-­‐level Environmental
Performance Metrics for Jiyuan, Henan Province, China. Paper Presentation. 2014 US
China International Conference on Public Administration: Building A Public Servicing
Government and Administrative System Innovation. June 9, 2014. Shanghai, China.
Cohen, S., S. Bose, D. Guo, A. Miller, K. DeFrancia, O. Berger, B. Filiatraut, M. Loman, W. Qiu
& C. Zhang. (2014). The Growth of Sustainability Metrics. Paper Presentation.
Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management 2014 Fall Conference: Global
Challenges, New Perspectives. November 6-­‐8, 2014. Albuquerque, NM.
Guo. D., K. DeFrancia. & M. Chen. (2015). Promoting Supply Chain Sustainability – Lessons
from TSC China. Paper Presentation. High Level Forum on Sustainability Policy and
Practice: Promoting a Sustainable Supply Chain. May 8, 2015. Beijing, China.
Guo. D. & X. Liu. (2015). Urban Sustainable Development: Performance Metrics Framework
and Rating System. High Level Forum on Sustainability Policy and Practice: Promoting a
Sustainable Supply Chain. May 8, 2015. Beijing, China.
Guo. D. & J. Wang. (2015). From China to the World: Establishing Indicators for Global
Sustainable Development. The 4 th Global Think Tank Summit. June 27, 2015. Beijing,
China.
Guo. D. (2015). Promoting Urban Sustainability: A Multi-­‐stakeholder Approach. Eco-­‐Forum
Global 2015. June 28, 2015. Guiyang, China.
Guo. D. & J. Wang. (2015). Sustainability Metrics Framework and Rating System for China.
Guo. D. (2015). Sub-­‐Forum on Sustainability Management and Measurement.
Eco-­‐Forum Global 2015. June 28, 2015. Guiyang, China.
Awards
Teachers College International Scholarship 2007-­‐2008
LANGUAGE SKILLS
Chinese (native); English (fluent)