1. Zheng Fang and Chris Sakellariou (2011). A case of sticky floor: Gender wage differentials in Thailand. Asian Economic Journal, 25(1), 35-54.
2. Zheng Fang and Chris Sakellariou (2013). The evolution of urban-rural living standards inequality in Thailand: 1990-2006. Asian Economic Journal, 27(3), 285-306.
3. Zheng Fang and Chris Sakellariou (2013). Discrimination in the equilibrium search model with wage-tenure contracts. Annals of Economics and Finance, 14(2), 451-480.
4. Chris Sakellariou and Zheng Fang (2014). The Vietnam reforms, change in wage inequality and the role of the minimum wage. Economics of Transition, 22(2), 313-340.
5. Zheng Fang and Chris Sakellariou (2015). Glass ceilings versus sticky floors: Evidence from Southeast Asia and an international update. Asian Economic Journal, 29(3), 215-242.
6. Kampon Adireksombat, Zheng Fang and Chris Sakellariou (2016). The evolution of gender wage differentials in Thailand, 1991-2007: Application of unconditional quantile regression. The Singapore Economic Review, 61(5), 1550094.
7. Zheng Fang and Chris Sakellariou (2016). Social insurance, income and subjective well-being of rural migrants in China – An application of unconditional quantile regression. Journal of Happiness Studies, 17(4), 1635-1657.
8. Zheng Fang and Chris Sakellariou (2016). Living standards inequality between migrants and local residents in urban China - A quantile decomposition. Contemporary Economic Policy, 34(2), 369-386.
9. Chris Sakellariou and Zheng Fang (2016). Returns to schooling for urban and migrant workers in China: a detailed investigation. Applied Economics, 48(8), 684-700.
10.Youngho Chang, Zheng Fang and Yanfei Li (2016). Renewable energy policies in promoting financing and investment among the East Asia Summit countries: Quantitative assessment and policy implications. Energy Policy, 95, 427-436.
11. Zheng Fang and Youngho Chang (2016). Energy, human capital and economic growth in Asia Pacific countries - Evidence from a panel cointegration and causality analysis. Energy Economics, 56, 177-184.
12. Zheng Fang (2016). Data on examining the role of human capital in the energy-growth nexus across countries. Data in Brief, 9, 540-542.
13. Euston Quah and Zheng Fang (2016). Shinichi Ichimura, Japan and Asia: Economic Development and Nation Building. Asian Studies, 62(4), 90-94.
14. Euston Quah and Zheng Fang (2016). Review of Japan and Asia: Economic Development and Nation Building. The Singapore Economic Review, 61(5), 1680009.
15. Zheng Fang (2017). Panel quantile regressions and the subjective well-being in urban China: Evidence from RUMiC data. Social Indicators Research, 132(1), 11-24.
16. Youngho Chang and Zheng Fang (2017). Efficient, equitable and sustainable energy policy in a small open economy: Concepts and assessments. Energy Policy, 105, 493-501.
17. Youngho Chang, Zheng Fang and Shigeyuki Hamori (2017). Volatility and causality in strategic commodities: Characteristics, myth and evidence. International Journal of Economics and Finance, 9(8), 162-178.
18. Zheng Fang, Youngho Chang and Shigeyuki Hamori (2017). Human capital and energy: A driver or drag for economic growth. The Singapore Economic Review, 63(1), 1-32.
19. Zheng Fang and Yang Chen (2017). Human capital, energy, and economic development - Evidence from Chinese provincial data. Energy Economics, 68, 340-358.
20. Zheng Fang and Yoko Niimi (2017). Does everyone exhibit loss aversion? Evidence from a panel quantile regression analysis of subjective well-being in Japan. Journal of the Japanese and International Economics, 46, 79-90.
21. Ding Ding, Chong Guan, Zheng Fang and Pui Mun Lee (2017). Does online rating affect companies’ financial performance? Evidence from hotels in Singapore. Journal of Accounting and Finance, 17(9), 60-75.
22. Yang Chen and Zheng Fang (2018). Industrial electricity consumption, human capital investment and economic growth in Chinese cities. Economic Modelling, 69, 205-219.
23. Jiang Yu and Zheng Fang (2018). A review on residential electricity price policies in China. In Sreekanth, K. J. (Ed.), Energy Policy: Perspectives, Challenges and Future Directions (pp. 47-84), Nova Science Publishers.
24. Xiaojing Cai, Zheng Fang, Youngho Chang, Shuairu Tian and Shigeyuki Hamori (2018). Co-movements in commodity markets and implications in diversification benefits. Empirical Economics (forthcoming).
25. Zheng Fang, Bihong Huang and Zhuoxiang Yang (2018). Trade openness and the environmental Kuznets Curve: Evidence from Chinese cities. The World Economy (forthcoming).
26. Zheng Fang and Jiang Yu (2018). The role of human capital in energy-growth nexus: an international evidence. Empirical Economics (forthcoming)
27. Youngho Chang, Zheng Fang, Shigeyuki Hamori and Dawn Chow (2018). A Sustainable Metropolis: Perspectives of Population, Productivity and Parity. Sustainability, 10(11), 4264.
28. Zheng Fang and Thai Ha Le (2018). Cointegrating relationship and Granger causal analysis in energy economics – A practical guidance. In Goutte, Stéphane and Nguyen, Duc Khuong (Ed.), Handbook of Energy Finance: Theories, Practices and Simulations, World Scientific Publishing (forthcoming).
1. Zheng Fang (2013). On the internationalization process of Chinese engineering education accreditation. Research in Higher Education of Engineering, 6, 72-76.
2. Zheng Fang (2014). Comparative study of accreditation of engineering education in signatories of Washington Accord. Higher Education Development and Evaluation, 30(4), 66-76.
3. Cuixiang He and Zheng Fang (2015). Wage differentials between the public and non-public sectors in China. Review of Investment Studies, 3, 4-18 (lead article).
4. Cuixiang He, Zheng Fang and Xingming Fang (2015). Higher education, wage premium of the public sector and wage differences between public and non-public sectors. Journal of Yunnan University of Finance and Economics, 6, 21-33.
5. Jinying Yang, Liang Ma, Zheng Fang and Cuixiang He (2016). Gender wage differentials in urban China-Unconditional quantile decomposition and double decomposition. China Review of Political Economy, 7(1), 63-88.
1. Human capital, energy and economic growth in China–Evidence from multivariate nonlinear Granger causality (with Marcin Wolski)
2. Early marriage and education outcomes of Indonesian women (with Chris Sakellariou)