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Dr. Wusheng Yu is Professor at the Department of Food and Resource Economics, University of Copenhagen, where he conducts research in the areas of agricultural and food policy, international agricultural trade and trade policy, computable general equilibrium modelling, and the intersections of climate change, international trade, and food security. His research has been funded through several projects from the EU Framework and Horizon 2020 programs, as well as a few national funding agencies/foundations. He has consulted for several major international organizations and government ministries. For his significant contributions to CGE modelling, he was named a GTAP Research Fellow. Professor Yu obtained his PhD in agricultural economics from Purdue University, USA.
余武胜教授，哥本哈根大学食品与资源经济系教授，主要研究领域为农业与粮食政策、国际农业贸易与贸易政策、可计算一般均衡模型、气候变化与国际贸易与粮食安全的交叉领域。他的研究得到了欧盟框架和地平线 2020计划的多个项目以及一些国家资助机构/基金会的资助。他曾为多个主要国际组织和政府部门提供咨询服务。由于他对 CGE模型的重大贡献，他被任命为GTAP项目研究员。余教授在美国普渡大学获得农业经济学博士学位。
The European Union has recently announced its plan to implement a carbon border adjustment mechanism (CBAM) to prevent carbon leakages due to its ambitious climate agenda. There are, however, concerns on how the CBAM can be designed in a way to be consistent with prevailing WTO trade rules and on whether its main trade partners would react in a more collaborative manner. This talk discusses the objectives of the CBAM and its design and sectoral coverage, and presents some recent modeling results on the trade and leakage effects of several alternative CABM designs.