Dr PEI, Qing   裴卿
Assistant Professor
Department of Social Sciences
Phone No: (852) 2948 8538
Email: qingpei@eduhk.hk
Contact
ORCiD
0000-0002-9699-2950
Phone
(852) 2948 8538
Email
qingpei@eduhk.hk
Scopus ID
57203196161, 41562090500
Research Interest

Research Areas

  • Historical Geography
  • Environmental Humanities
  • Human Ecology

Research Interests

  • Social responses to climate change of global past
  • Methodology in environmental humanities
  • Environmental problems and sustainable policy
External Appointment

Membership of Professional Society

  1. Fellow, Global Labor Organization, November, 2019-present
  2. Member, Environmental Humanities AG, Swiss National Academic of Art and Science, May, 2015-December, 2022
  3. Member, Environmental Humanities Switzerland, May, 2015-December, 2022
  4. Member, Climate History Network, May, 2015-present
  5. Member, Institute for Systems and Technologies of Information, Control and Communication, July, 2014-present
  6. Swire Scholar of Hong Kong, 1st, January, 2012-31st, December, 2013
  7. Member, Association of American Geographers (AAG) of United States of America, 1st, October, 2011-present
  8. Registered Observer of the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, Denmark, 7-19th, December, 2009

Professional Services

  1. Academic Assessor, Centennial College, Hong Kong. September, 2018-May, 2021
  2. Guest Professor and supervisor, School of Geographical Sciences, Guangzhou University, 2018-2022

Professional Society Activities

  1. Special issue editor, Climate of the Past, Issue name “Climate records in Europe and China: What can we learn from historical records on climate reconstruction and impacts?”
  2. Special issue editor, Past Global Changes Magazine, Issue name "CRIAS – Climate Reconstruction and Impacts from the Archives of Societies: State of the Art and New Perspectives of Historical Climatology"

Honorary and Visiting

  1. Carson Fellow, Rachel Carson Center, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, Munich, Germany, May-August, 2018
  2. Paleoclimate-Palynology Workshop for Pre-Modernists. Princeton University, New Jersey, USA, September, 2016
  3. Swiss National Foundation Fellow, Institute of Evolutionary Biology and Environmental Studies, University of Zurich. May-August, 2015
  4. Swiss National Foundation Fellow, Swiss Academic Society for Environmental Research and Ecology. May-August, 2015
  5. Fellow, Doris Zimmern HKU-Cambridge Hughes Hall Fellowships, University of Cambridge. January-February, 2015

Invited Lectures

  1. Qing Pei. Document-based precipitation reconstruction and its impact in Chinese history. The 1st Japan-China Joint Workshop on Historical Climatology in East Asia. Teikyo University, Tokyo, Japan, 21st Dec, 2019
  2. Qing Pei. The digitization of historical documents and climate reconstruction. 7th China Forestry Science Conference-Division of Forestry History. Nanjing, China, 8th-11th Nov, 2019 (in Chinese). “歷史文獻的數據化和氣候指標重建”,第七屆林業學術大會林業史分會,中國南京,2019年11月08-11日.
  3. Qing Pei. Cultural implications from the Climate Records of Imperial China. Joint ACRE China, Southeast Asia, and Japan workshop. China University of Geosciences, Wuhan, China, 4th-6th Nov, 2019
  4. Qing Pei. Mandate of Heaven – Climate change, migration and geopolitical cycles in imperial China. International Conference Climate Change and Human Responses. Hong Kong, 31st Oct-2nd Nov, 2018
  5. Qing Pei. Climate Change and Economic Development across Eurasia. Rachel Carson Center, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, Munich, Germany, 5th July, 2018
  6. Qing Pei.Mandate of Heaven: Climate change, migration and geopolitical cycles in imperial China. A Climate Change and History Research Initiative (CCHRI) Colloquium in Princeton University, Princeton, US, 24-27 May, 2018
  7. Qing Pei. Climate Push and Pull: a hidden driver of geopolitical cycle in China. Institute for Advanced Studies workshop "Climate, Archaeology and History in the Eurasian Middle Ages". Princeton, US, 28-30 April, 2018
  8. Qing Pei. Divergence and Convergence across Eurasia: A Comparative Analysis on Long-term Economic Development under Climate Change. Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China, 17th March, 2017.
  9. Qing Pei. Great Divergence: Comparative analysis on economic development in Europe and China under climatic impacts. Beijing Normal University, Beijing, China, 1st June, 2016 (in Chinese). “大分流:氣候變化視野下中國和歐洲經濟發展比較研究”,北京師範大學,中國北京,2016年06月01日.
  10. Qing Pei. Convergence and Divergence across Eurasia: A comparative approach to climate change and agrarian economy by the Environmental Humanities. University of Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland, 18th June, 2015
  11. Qing Pei. Climate change, economy, and epidemics-an empirical study from long-term Chinese history. University College London, London, UK, 3rd June, 2015
  12. Qing Pei. Nomadic destiny and mandate of heaven: a new perspective on the nomadic migration from environmental humanities. Joint Econometrics and Statistics Seminar Series and the Big Data Initiative Seminar Series, 2014-2015. London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK, 6th February, 2015

Media Interviews

  1. Qing Pei. Climate Change and Economic Development across Eurasia. Rachel Carson Center, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, Munich, Germany, 5th July, 2018, https://youtu.be/OXFg3a3kzYs
  2. 無定向學堂﹕氣候冷暖變遷關歷史事?明报週刊,2018年4月22日,https://news.mingpao.com/pns/dailynews/web_tc/article/20180422/s00005/1524334254135
  3. 气候变化和历史社会经济波动,经济观察报,2017年12月4日,第848期
  4. Video abstract on 'Temperature and precipitation effects on agrarian economy in late imperial China' by Environmental Research Letters. http://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/1748-9326/11/6/064008/meta
  5. Environmental Protection and Economy. Omni Talk, in Phoenix Satellite Television (Chinese Channel), April 22 2015 (In Chinese). “環保與經濟”,全媒體大開講,鳳凰衛視中文台,2015年04月22日. http://v.ifeng.com/news/society/201504/01108717-dc2d-43f4-b427-13e0a24c567f.shtml
  6. “Fossil of the Day” Award, do you want it? Hong Kong Daily News. 14th, December, 2009. http://www.hkdailynews.com.hk/world.php?id=76725 (In Chinese). “氣候化石獎” 你想得到嗎? 香港新報. 2009年12月14日
  7. A view on carbon market of a young student from Mainland China. Ming Pao Weekly. Volume 2146 in Section of “From Editor”. 2009 (In Chinese). 一個內地青年怎樣看碳市場(明週MPW 2146期)

Other Scholarly Experiences

  1. Member of Executive Committee, 2016 International Conference on Geographies of Health and Living in Cities: Making Cities Healthy for All.
  2. Invited Reviewer: Climate of the Past (SCI), Quaternary Science Reviews (SCI), Sustainability (SCI), Population and Environment (SSCI), Human Ecology: An Interdisciplinary Journal (SSCI), International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics (SSCI), Journal of Historical Geography (SSCI), Applied Energy (SCI), Journal of Environmental Science and Management (SCI), Quaternary International (SCI), The Holocene (SCI), IEEE Transactions on Cybernetics (EI), and etc.
Professional Profile

Dr Qing Pei has joined the Department of Social Sciences, Education University of Hong Kong as an Assistant Professor in 2016. Before joining the department, he used to work as the fellow in the University of Cambridge, UK; the Swiss National Science Foundation Fellow at the University of Zurich, Switzerland; and the Post-doctoral Fellow in the University of Hong Kong. His research are running between both physical and human geography, which mainly encompass climate change and human society, contemporary environmental problems and policies, and issues of sustainable development.

Education

  • Ph.D. in Geography, The University of Hong Kong, 2011-2013
  • M.Phil. in Geography, The University of Hong Kong, 2008-2010
  • B.A. in Environmental Economics and Management, Renmin University of China, 2003-2007
  • B.A. in Law (Double Degree), Renmin University of China, 2003-2007
Research Interest

Research Areas

  • Historical Geography
  • Environmental Humanities
  • Human Ecology

Research Interests

  • Social responses to climate change of global past
  • Methodology in environmental humanities
  • Environmental problems and sustainable policy
External Appointment

Membership of Professional Society

  1. Fellow, Global Labor Organization, November, 2019-present
  2. Member, Environmental Humanities AG, Swiss National Academic of Art and Science, May, 2015-December, 2022
  3. Member, Environmental Humanities Switzerland, May, 2015-December, 2022
  4. Member, Climate History Network, May, 2015-present
  5. Member, Institute for Systems and Technologies of Information, Control and Communication, July, 2014-present
  6. Swire Scholar of Hong Kong, 1st, January, 2012-31st, December, 2013
  7. Member, Association of American Geographers (AAG) of United States of America, 1st, October, 2011-present
  8. Registered Observer of the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, Denmark, 7-19th, December, 2009

Professional Services

  1. Academic Assessor, Centennial College, Hong Kong. September, 2018-May, 2021
  2. Guest Professor and supervisor, School of Geographical Sciences, Guangzhou University, 2018-2022

Professional Society Activities

  1. Special issue editor, Climate of the Past, Issue name “Climate records in Europe and China: What can we learn from historical records on climate reconstruction and impacts?”
  2. Special issue editor, Past Global Changes Magazine, Issue name "CRIAS – Climate Reconstruction and Impacts from the Archives of Societies: State of the Art and New Perspectives of Historical Climatology"

Honorary and Visiting

  1. Carson Fellow, Rachel Carson Center, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, Munich, Germany, May-August, 2018
  2. Paleoclimate-Palynology Workshop for Pre-Modernists. Princeton University, New Jersey, USA, September, 2016
  3. Swiss National Foundation Fellow, Institute of Evolutionary Biology and Environmental Studies, University of Zurich. May-August, 2015
  4. Swiss National Foundation Fellow, Swiss Academic Society for Environmental Research and Ecology. May-August, 2015
  5. Fellow, Doris Zimmern HKU-Cambridge Hughes Hall Fellowships, University of Cambridge. January-February, 2015

Invited Lectures

  1. Qing Pei. Document-based precipitation reconstruction and its impact in Chinese history. The 1st Japan-China Joint Workshop on Historical Climatology in East Asia. Teikyo University, Tokyo, Japan, 21st Dec, 2019
  2. Qing Pei. The digitization of historical documents and climate reconstruction. 7th China Forestry Science Conference-Division of Forestry History. Nanjing, China, 8th-11th Nov, 2019 (in Chinese). “歷史文獻的數據化和氣候指標重建”,第七屆林業學術大會林業史分會,中國南京,2019年11月08-11日.
  3. Qing Pei. Cultural implications from the Climate Records of Imperial China. Joint ACRE China, Southeast Asia, and Japan workshop. China University of Geosciences, Wuhan, China, 4th-6th Nov, 2019
  4. Qing Pei. Mandate of Heaven – Climate change, migration and geopolitical cycles in imperial China. International Conference Climate Change and Human Responses. Hong Kong, 31st Oct-2nd Nov, 2018
  5. Qing Pei. Climate Change and Economic Development across Eurasia. Rachel Carson Center, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, Munich, Germany, 5th July, 2018
  6. Qing Pei.Mandate of Heaven: Climate change, migration and geopolitical cycles in imperial China. A Climate Change and History Research Initiative (CCHRI) Colloquium in Princeton University, Princeton, US, 24-27 May, 2018
  7. Qing Pei. Climate Push and Pull: a hidden driver of geopolitical cycle in China. Institute for Advanced Studies workshop "Climate, Archaeology and History in the Eurasian Middle Ages". Princeton, US, 28-30 April, 2018
  8. Qing Pei. Divergence and Convergence across Eurasia: A Comparative Analysis on Long-term Economic Development under Climate Change. Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China, 17th March, 2017.
  9. Qing Pei. Great Divergence: Comparative analysis on economic development in Europe and China under climatic impacts. Beijing Normal University, Beijing, China, 1st June, 2016 (in Chinese). “大分流:氣候變化視野下中國和歐洲經濟發展比較研究”,北京師範大學,中國北京,2016年06月01日.
  10. Qing Pei. Convergence and Divergence across Eurasia: A comparative approach to climate change and agrarian economy by the Environmental Humanities. University of Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland, 18th June, 2015
  11. Qing Pei. Climate change, economy, and epidemics-an empirical study from long-term Chinese history. University College London, London, UK, 3rd June, 2015
  12. Qing Pei. Nomadic destiny and mandate of heaven: a new perspective on the nomadic migration from environmental humanities. Joint Econometrics and Statistics Seminar Series and the Big Data Initiative Seminar Series, 2014-2015. London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK, 6th February, 2015

Media Interviews

  1. Qing Pei. Climate Change and Economic Development across Eurasia. Rachel Carson Center, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, Munich, Germany, 5th July, 2018, https://youtu.be/OXFg3a3kzYs
  2. 無定向學堂﹕氣候冷暖變遷關歷史事?明报週刊,2018年4月22日,https://news.mingpao.com/pns/dailynews/web_tc/article/20180422/s00005/1524334254135
  3. 气候变化和历史社会经济波动,经济观察报,2017年12月4日,第848期
  4. Video abstract on 'Temperature and precipitation effects on agrarian economy in late imperial China' by Environmental Research Letters. http://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/1748-9326/11/6/064008/meta
  5. Environmental Protection and Economy. Omni Talk, in Phoenix Satellite Television (Chinese Channel), April 22 2015 (In Chinese). “環保與經濟”,全媒體大開講,鳳凰衛視中文台,2015年04月22日. http://v.ifeng.com/news/society/201504/01108717-dc2d-43f4-b427-13e0a24c567f.shtml
  6. “Fossil of the Day” Award, do you want it? Hong Kong Daily News. 14th, December, 2009. http://www.hkdailynews.com.hk/world.php?id=76725 (In Chinese). “氣候化石獎” 你想得到嗎? 香港新報. 2009年12月14日
  7. A view on carbon market of a young student from Mainland China. Ming Pao Weekly. Volume 2146 in Section of “From Editor”. 2009 (In Chinese). 一個內地青年怎樣看碳市場(明週MPW 2146期)

Other Scholarly Experiences

  1. Member of Executive Committee, 2016 International Conference on Geographies of Health and Living in Cities: Making Cities Healthy for All.
  2. Invited Reviewer: Climate of the Past (SCI), Quaternary Science Reviews (SCI), Sustainability (SCI), Population and Environment (SSCI), Human Ecology: An Interdisciplinary Journal (SSCI), International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics (SSCI), Journal of Historical Geography (SSCI), Applied Energy (SCI), Journal of Environmental Science and Management (SCI), Quaternary International (SCI), The Holocene (SCI), IEEE Transactions on Cybernetics (EI), and etc.
Selected Output

Scholarly Books, Monographs and Chapters
Qing Pei (2021). Climate Change Economics between Europe and China. Switzerland: Springer Nature.
David D Zhang, Qing Pei, Christiane Fröhlich, Tobias Ide (2019). Does climate change drive violence, conflict and human migration?. Mike Hulme, Contemporary Climate Change Debates: A Student Primer (51-64). London and New York: Routledge.
裴卿(2018):氣候變化和人類社會經濟發展因果關係的研究進展,夏明方、郝平編,《災害與歷史》,(250-259),北京,中國,商務印書館。
David D. Zhang, Qing Pei (2015). Gone with winds: A quantitative analysis of battlefield locations and climate shifts in Imperial China. Peter Dennis, Geo-strategy and War: Enduring Lessons for Australian Army (193-211). Canberra, Australia: Big Sky Publishing.

Journal Publications
Alex Y Lo, Shuwen Liu, Alice SY Chow, Qing Pei, Lewis TO Cheung, Lincoln Fok (2021). Business vulnerability assessment: a firm-level analysis of micro-and small businesses in China (SCI). Natural Hazards, Forthcoming, xxx-xxx.
Dagomar Degroot, Kevin Anchukaitis, Martin Bauch, Jakob Burnham, Fred Carnegy, Jianxin Cui, Kathryn de Luna, Piotr Guzowski, George Hambrecht, Heli Huhtamaa, Adam Izdebski, Katrin Kleemann, Emma Moesswilde, Naresh Neupane, Timothy Newfield, Qing Pei, Elena Xoplaki, Natale Zappia (2021). Towards a Rigorous Understanding of Societal Responses to Climate Change (SCI). Nature, 591 (7851), 539-550.
Shengda Zhang, David D. Zhang, Qing Pei (2021). Spatiotemporal Shifts of Population and War under Climate Change in Imperial China (SCI). Climatic Change, 165 (1), 1-19.
Jie Fei, Qing Pei, Yuqi Zhong (2021). Water level changes of Lake Nansi in East China during 1758–1902 (SCI). Regional Environmental Change, 21, 17.
Fiona Williamson and Qing Pei (2020). Archives of societies and historical climatology in East and Southeast Asia. Past Global Changes Magazine, 28(2), 40-41.
Olivier Damette, Stéphane Goutte, Qing Pei (2020). Climate and nomadic migration in a nonlinear world: evidence of the Historical China (SCI). Climatic Change, 16, 2055-2071.
Sam White and Qing Pei (2020). Attribution of historical societal impacts and adaptations to climate and extreme events: Integrating quantitative and qualitative perspectives. Past Global Changes Magazine, 28(2), 44-45.
Chantal Camenisch, S. White, Q. Pei and H. Huhtamaa (2020). Editorial: Recent results and new perspectives in historical climatology: An overview. Past Global Changes Magazine, 28(2), 35.
David D Zhang, Qing Pei, Harry F Lee, Chi Yung Jim, Guodong Li, Mandy Zhang, Jinbao Li, Zhifeng Wu, Leibin Wang, Ricci PH Yue, Shengda Zhang (2020). Climate change fostered cultural dynamics of human resilience in Europe in the past 2500 years (SCI). Science of the Total Environment, 744, 140842.
Qing Pei, David D Zhang, Jie Fei, Pui Yau Hui (2020). Demographic Crises of Different Climate Phases in Preindustrial Northern Hemisphere (SSCI). Human Ecology, 48, 519-527.
David Wong, Harry F. Lee, Simon XB Zhao, Qing Pei (2020). Region-specific determinants of the foreign direct investment in China (SSCI). Geographical Research, 58(2), 126-140.
Qing Pei (2020). Division of Hunan and Hubei Provinces in the Qing Dynasty: Pragmatism in the Unity of Heaven and Governance (SSCI). The Professional Geographer, 72 (2), 283-296.
Qing Pei, Guodong Li, Bruce P. Winterhalder, Margaret Lowman (2020). Regional patterns of pastoralist migrations under the push of reduced precipitation in imperial China (SCI). Global Ecology and Biogeography, 29 (3), 433-443.
Shengda Zhang, David D. Zhang, Jinbao Li, Qing Pei (2020). Secular Temperature Variations and the Spatial Disparities of War in Historical China (SCI). Climatic Change, 159, 545-564.
Camenisch C, Bauch M, Huhtamaa H, Pei Q & White S (2019). Climate Reconstruction and Impacts from the Archives of Societies working group. Past Global Changes Magazine, 27 (2), 73.
Qing Pei, David D. Zhang, Jinbao Li, Jie Fei (2019). Proxy-based temperature reconstruction in China for the Holocene (SCI). Quaternary International, 521, 168-174.
Qing Pei, Zachary Nowak, Guodong Li, Chong Xu, Wing Ki Chan (2019). The Strange Flight of the Peacock: Farmers’ atypical northwesterly migration from central China, 200BC-1400AD (SSCI). Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 109(5), 1583-1596.
Qing Pei, Harry F. Lee, David D. Zhang, Jie Fei (2019). Climate change, state capacity and nomad–agriculturalist conflicts in Chinese history (SCI). Quaternary International, 508, 36-42.
Jie Fei, and Qing Pei (2019). Ferdinand von Richthofen’s loess research in China (SCI). Progress in Physical Geography, 43(1), 144-156.
Kena Mi, Rulong Zhuang, Zhonghao Zhang, Jun Gao, Qing Pei (2018). Spatiotemporal characteristics of PM2.5 and its associated gas pollutants, a case in China (SCI). Sustainable Cities and Society, 45, 287-295.
Qing Pei, and Philippe Forêt (2018). Source Note: Introduction to the Climate Records of Imperial China (SSCI). Environmental History, 23 (4), 863-871.
Chong Xu, Qing Pei, Veronica Kayan Wong, Chenxian Gu, David D. Zhang (2018). Western wind meets eastern soil: road to industrialization in China (1874–1927). Asian Geographer, 35(2), 161-175.
Alex Lo, Lindsay Qianqing Mai, Anna Ka-yin Lee, Maria Francesch-Huidobro, Qing Pei, Ren Cong, Gang Chen. (2018). Towards network governance? The case of emission trading in Guangdong, China (SSCI). Land Use Policy, 75, 538-548.
Qing Pei, Harry F. Lee, David D. Zhang (2018). Long-term association between climate change and agriculturalists’ migration in historical China (SCI). The Holocene, 28(2), 208-216.
Xufeng Fei, Wanzhen Chen, Shuqing Zhang, Qingmin Liu, Zhonghao Zhang, Qing Pei. (2018). The spatio-temporal distribution and risk factors of thyroid cancer during rapid urbanization-a case study in China (SCI). Science of the Total Environment, 630(15), 1436-1445.
Harry F Lee, David Dian Zhang, Qing Pei, Xin Jia, Pak Hong Ricci Yue (2017). Quantitative analysis of the impact of droughts and floods on internal wars in China over the last 500 years (SCI). Science China Earth Sciences, 60(12), 2078-2088.
Qing Pei (2017). Migration for survival under natural disasters: A reluctant and passive choice for agriculturalists in historical China (SCI). Science China Earth Sciences, 60(12), 2089-2096.
Chen Y.Y., Lee H.F., Wang K., Pei Q., Zou J. (2017). Synergy between virtual local air pollutants and greenhouse gases emissions embodied in China's international trade. Journal of Resources and Ecology, 8(6), 571-583.
Qing Pei, David D. Zhang, Jinbao Li, Harry F. Lee (2017). Proxy-based Northern Hemisphere temperature reconstruction for the mid-to-late Holocene (SCI). Theoretical and Applied Climatology, 130, 1043-1053.
裴卿(2017):历史气候变化和社会经济发展的因果关系实证研究评述,《气候变化研究进展》,13,375-382。
Jianyong Li, John Dodson, Hong Yan, David D Zhang, Xiaojian Zhang, Qinghai Xu, Harry F Lee, Qing Pei, Bo Cheng, Chunhai Li, Jian Ni, Aizhi Sun, Fengyan Lu, Yongqiang Zong (2017). Quantifying climatic variability in monsoonal northern China over the last 2200 years and its role in driving Chinese dynastic changes (SCI). Quaternary Science Reviews, 159, 35-46.
Harry F Lee, Jie Fei, Christopher YS Chan, Qing Pei, Xin Jia, Ricci PH Yue (2017). Climate change and epidemics in Chinese history: A multi-scalar analysis (SCI/SSCI). Social Science & Medicine, 174, 53-63.
Harry F. Lee, David D. Zhang, Qing Pei, Xin Jia, Ricci P.H. Yue (2016). Demographic impact of climate change on northwestern China in the late imperial era (SCI). Quaternary International, 425, 237-247.
Qing Pei (2016). Conquest of Beijing: Hidden Contributions of Climate Change to the Tumu Crisis, 1449–1450. Environment & Society Portal, Arcadia, Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society, 12, 1-1.
Qing Pei, David D. Zhang, Harry F. Lee, Guodong Li (2016). Crop Management as an Agricultural Adaptation to Climate Change in Early Modern Era: A Comparative Study of Eastern and Western Europe. Agriculture, 6(3), 29.
Qing Pei, David D. Zhang, Guodong Li, Philippe Forêt and Harry F. Lee (2016). Temperature and precipitation effects on agrarian economy in late imperial China (SCI). Environmental Research Letters, 11, 064008.
Harry F. Lee, David D. Zhang, Qing Pei, and Jie Fei (2016). Downscaling and disaggregating NAO-conflict nexus in pre-industrial Europe (SCI). Chinese Geographical Science, 26(5), 609-622.
Qing Pei, David D. Zhang, and Harry F. Lee (2016). Contextualizing human migration in different agro-ecological zones in ancient China (SCI). Quaternary International, 426, 65-74.
Harry F. Lee, Qing Pei, David D. Zhang, and K.P.K Choi (2015). Quantifying the intra-regional precipitation variability in northwestern China over the past 1,400 years (SCI). PLoS ONE, 10(7), e0131693.
Qing Pei, David D. Zhang, Guodong Li, and Harry F. Lee (2015). Climate change and the macroeconomic structure in Pre-industrial Europe: new evidence from Wavelet Analysis (SCI). PLoS ONE, 10(6), e0126480.
Qing Pei, David D. Zhang, Guodong Li, Bruce Winterhalder, and Harry F. Lee (2015). Epidemics in Ming and Qing China: impacts of changes of climate and economic well-being (SCI/SSCI). Social Science & Medicine, 136-137, 73-80.
Harry F. Lee, David D. Zhang, and Qing Pei (2015). Reconstruction of the geographic extent of drought anomalies in northwestern China over the last 539 years and its teleconnection with the Pacific Ocean (SCI). The Holocene, 25(8), 1271-1284.
Qing Pei, David D. Zhang, and Harry F. Lee (2015). Evaluating the effectiveness of agricultural adaptation to climate change in preindustrial society. Asian Geographer, 32(2), 85-98.
Harry F. Lee, David D. Zhang, Peter Brecke, and Qing Pei (2015). Regional geographic factors mediate the climate-war relationship in Europe. British Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies, 2(1), 1-28.
David D. Zhang, Qing Pei, Harry F. Lee, Jane Zhang, C. Q. Chang, Baosheng Li, Jinbao Li, and Xiaoyang Zhang (2015). The pulse of imperial China: a quantitative analysis of long-term geopolitical and climate cycles (SCI). Global Ecology and Biogeography, 24, 87-96.
Qing Pei and David D. Zhang (2014). Long-term relationship between climate change and nomadic migration in historical China (SCI/SSCI). Ecology and Society, 19(2), 68.
Qing Pei, David D. Zhang, Harry F. Lee, and Guodong Li (2014). Climate change and macro-economic cycles in pre-industrial Europe (SCI). PLoS ONE, 9(2), e88155.
Qing Pei, Lanlan Liu, and David D. Zhang (2013). Carbon emission right as a new property right: rescue CDM Developers in China from 2012 (SSCI). International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics, 13(3), 307-320.
Qing Pei, David D. Zhang, Guodong Li, and Harry F. Lee (2013). Short and long term impacts of climate variations on the agrarian economy in pre-industrial Europe (SCI). Climate Research, 56, 169-180.
David D. Zhang, Harry F. Lee, Cong Wang, Baosheng Li, Qing Pei, Jane Zhang, Yulun An (2011). The causality analysis of climate change and large-scale human crisis (SCI/SSCI). Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), 108(42), 17296-17301.
David D. Zhang, Harry F. Lee, Cong Wang, Baosheng Li, Jane Zhang, Qing Pei, and Jingan Chen (2011). Climate change and large scale human population collapses in the pre-industrial era (SCI). Global Ecology and Biogeography, 20(4), 520-531.
Qing Pei, Dongmei Jiang, and Mengheng Zhang (2009). A study of contract legal issues in Chinese carbon market. Ecological Economy, 5(4), 314-322.
Qing Pei. Dongmei Jiang, and Mengheng Zhang (2009). A study of legal attributes of carbon emission rights in carbon trading. Ecological Economy, 5(1), 11-19.
孙文,裴卿(2008):蓬勃發展的清潔發展機制,《環境教育》,9,79-81。
张孟衡,姜冬梅,裴卿,陆根法(2008):淺析中國碳交易中的法律問題,《環境保護》,128(410),80-83。
裴卿(2008):氣候變化語境下對環境權的現實思考,《法學雜誌》,29,80-83。
裴卿,王灿(2008):規劃方案下清潔發展機制介紹與分析,《環境科學與管理》,32(12),65-68,74。
裴卿,王灿,吕学都(2008):應對氣候變化的國際技術協議評述,《氣候變化研究進展》,4(5),261-265。

Conference Papers
Qing Pei (2018, October). Introduction to the climate records of Imperial China. Workshop “Methods and Interdisciplinary Communication in Historical Climatology”, Bern, Switzerland.
Qing Pei (2018, September). Geopolitical Cycles in Imperial China: Climate trigger or nomad-agricultural culture force?. Sixth Asian Historical Economics Conference, Hong Kong.
Qing Pei (2018, July). North, south, back and forth: The push of climate change behind migration in historical China. 17th International Conference of Historical Geographers, Warsaw, Poland.
Qing Pei (2016, August). Climate push or Climate pull? Human migration under climate change in ancient China. The 33rd International Geographical Congress, Beijing, China.
Qing Pei (2014, November). Long-term Relationship between climate change and nomadic migration in historical China. Hong Kong Geography Day, Hong Kong.
裴卿,章典(2014,10):氣候變化與歐洲經濟興衰發展,中国地理学年会,成都,中国。
Qing Pei, David D. Zhang, and J. Xu (2014, August). Price responses of grain market under climate change in pre-industrial Western Europe by ARX modelling (ISI indexed). Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Simulation and Modeling Methodologies, Technologies and Applications, Vienna, Austria.
Qing Pei and David D. Zhang (2013, August). Migration under the driving force of climate change in agrarian China during the past two millennia. International Geographic Union (IGU) Regional Conference, Kyoto, Japan.
Qing Pei, and David D. Zhang (2013, June). Climate change and migration in China during past two millennia. Climate Change and Security at the Crossroads – Pathways to Conflict or Cooperation?, Kristiansand, Norway.
Qing Pei, and David D. Zhang (2012, February). Climate change and Chinese migration over the last millennia. Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, New York, USA.
Qing Pei (2009, November). Climate change and grain market in pre-industrial Europe. The Fourth International Conference of ESES: Impacts of Climate Change on Natural Resources, Ismailia, Egypt.
裴卿,王灿(2008,10):中國北方既有住宅建築節能CDM項目開發潛力研究,第四屆環境與發展中國論壇,北京,中国。

All Other Outputs
裴卿(2017):氣候變化和歷史社會經濟波動,經濟觀察報 (12月04日)。

Project

Economic Resilience to Climate-inducted Disasters in Southern Coastal China: What Determine Household's and Business' Preparedness for Catastrophic Flooding and Extreme Weather?
This study addresses the pressing need for preparedness of small businesses in the Southeast Asia region for natural disasters. The study will investigate what factors and how they contribute to small businesses owners’ propensity to make preparation for extreme weather events, notably flooding and typhoons (tropical cyclone).
Project Start Year: 2020, Principal Investigator(s): PEI, Qing 裴卿
 
Climate Change and Economic Vulnerabilities in Early Modern China
Early Career Scheme
Project Start Year: 2018, Principal Investigator(s): PEI, Qing 裴卿
 
Climate Reconstruction and Impacts from the Archives of Societies
PAGES - Past Global Changes: Climate Reconstruction and Impacts from the Archives of Societies
Project Start Year: 2018, Principal Investigator(s): PEI, Qing 裴卿, Sam White, Martin Bauch, Chantal Camenisch
 
Economic Resilience to Natural Disaster: What Determine Small Business' Preparedness for Catastrophic Flooding and Extreme Weather caused by Climate Changes?
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Project Start Year: 2017, Principal Investigator(s): PEI, Qing 裴卿
 
Climate Change and Korean Minority's Migration in Northeast China during Late Imperial Epoch
Internal Research Grant
Project Start Year: 2016, Principal Investigator(s): PEI, Qing 裴卿
 
Contextualizing Rice Market under the Impacts of Climate Change in Late Qing Dynasty of China
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Project Start Year: 2016, Principal Investigator(s): PEI, Qing 裴卿
 
The Great Divergence: China, Switzerland, and climate change-economies
International Short Visit Fund, Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF)
Project Start Year: 2015, Principal Investigator(s): PEI, Qing 裴卿
 
Prizes and awards

Dean's Research Output Prize

Date of receipt: 15/9/2020, Conferred by: Faculty of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, Education University of Hong Kong
 
Higher Education Outstanding Scientific Research Output Awards (Science and Technology)
Quantitative Analysis of Climate Change and Human Crises in History (歷史氣候變化與人類社會災難的因果關係定量研究) Established by the Ministry of Education, China as a prestigious award for breakthrough in science and technology. 國家教育部設立的科技專項獎以表彰突出貢獻。
Date of receipt: 24/12/2019, Conferred by: Ministry of Education, China
 
President's Award for Outstanding Performance in Research
The President’s Award for Outstanding Performance in Research was established to honour research excellence exhibited by academic staff members as individuals or in teams, and to recognise, encourage and reward outstanding research of significant benefit to the wider community.
Date of receipt: 16/5/2019, Conferred by: Education University of Hong Kong
 
Dean's Research Impact Prize

Date of receipt: /4/2019, Conferred by: Faculty of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, Education University of Hong Kong
 
LMU - Fellowship
The center will award fellowships to scholars from a variety of countries and disciplines. Research is concerned with questions of the interrelationship between environmental and social changes.
Date of receipt: 20/5/2018, Conferred by: Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
 
ECS Award

Date of receipt: 1/1/2018, Conferred by: RGC
 
Dean's Research Output Prize

Date of receipt: 14/3/2017, Conferred by: Faculty of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, Education University of Hong Kong
 
Research Output Prize

Date of receipt: /12/2012, Conferred by: The University of Hong Kong
 
Swire Scholarship

Date of receipt: /1/2012, Conferred by: Swire Group and the University of Hong Kong
 
Li Ka Shing Prize

Date of receipt: /11/2011, Conferred by: The University of Hong Kong
 
Award of Wu Ta-You Foundation
Elected for Science Camp
Date of receipt: /7/2011, Conferred by: Wu Ta-You Foundation
 
Dr. Stephen S.F. Hui Prize in Geography

Date of receipt: /11/2010, Conferred by: The University of Hong Kong
 
Patents

A kind of preparation method of cyclopropyl acethlene
The present invention relates to a kind of for synthesizing the preparation method for the treatment of AIDS-treating medicine key intermediate cyclopropyl acethlene. - G/C07
 
Method for synthesizing fluorinated pyridazinone through one-pot process
The invention discloses a novel method for synthesizing fluorinated pyridazinone through a one-pot process. - G/C02