1. Wang, Y., J. Hu, H. Pan, S. Li and P. Failler (2016). An integrated model for marine fishery management in the Pearl River Estuary: Linking socio-economic systems and ecosystems.Marine Policy, Vol. 64, pp 135-147.
2. Weibin Lin, Bin Chen, Lina Xie, Haoran Pan: “Estimating Energy Consumption of Transport Modes in China Using DEA”, Sustainability, 2015, 7(4): 4225-4239.
3. He, X., H. Wang and H. Pan (2014). Energy Consumption, Economic Development and Temperature in China: Evidence from PSTR Model, Frontiers of Economics in China, Vol. 9, No. 4.
4. Failler, P., H. Pan, A. Thorpe and R. Tokrisna (2014). On Macroeconomic Impact of Fishing Effort Regulation: Measuring Bottom-Up Fish Harvesters’ Economy-Wide Contribution. Natural Resources, 5, 269-281. doi: 10.4236/nr.2014.57025.
5. Warren, R. (lead author),de la Nava Santos, S., Bane, M., Barker, T., Barton, C., Ford, R., Fuessel, Hans-Martin, Klein, Rupert, Linstead, C., Köhler, J., Mitchell, T., Osborn, T.J., Pan, H., Raper, S, Riley, G., Winne, S., and Anderson, D. (2008) ‘Development of the Community Integrated Assessment System (CIAS), a multi-institutional modular integrated assessment approach for modelling climate change, and of SoftIAM, its supporting software’Environmental Modelling and Software, 5: 592-610.
6. H. Pan and J. Köhler (2007). Technological change in energy systems: learning curves, logistic curves and input-output coefficients. Ecological Economics 63, pp. 749-758.
7. P. Failler and H. Pan (2007). Global value, full value, societal costs; capturing the true cost of destroying the marine ecosystems, with, Social Science Information, special issue.
8. New lessons for technology policy and climate change: investment for innovation, with J. Köhler et al. Climate Policy, Vol. 7, No. 2, pp. 156-161, 2007.
9. J. Köhler, T. Barker, H. Pan and D. Anderson (2006). Combining Energy Technology Dynamics and Macroeconometrics: The E3MG Model. Energy Journal, special issue.
10. T. Barker, H. Pan, J. Köhler, Rachel Warren and Sarah Winne (2006). Decarbonizing the global economy with induced technological change: scenarios to 2100 using E3MG. Energy Journal, special issue.
11. H. Pan (2006). Dynamic and endogenous change of input-output structure under specific layers of technology. Structural Change and Economic Dynamics, Vol. 17, Issue 2, pp. 200-223.
12. Th. ten Raa and H. Pan (2005). Competitive pressures on China: income inequality and migration. Regional Science & Urban Economics, Vol. 35, Issue 6.
13. H. Pan (2005). The cost efficiency of Kyoto flexible mechanisms: a top-down study with GEM-E3 world model. Environmental Modelling and Software, Vol. 20.
14. H. Pan and D. Van Regemorter (2004). The costs and benefits of early action before Kyoto compliance. Energy Policy, Vol. 32.
1. Zhang, B., Liu, Q., & Pan, H. (2016). A study on the design of a hybrid policy for carbon abatement. China Population, Resource and Environment, 26(12), pp.39-45.（《混合碳减排制度设计研究》）
2. He, X., Zhao, J., & Pan, H. (2014). An Analysis on the Nonlinear Relationship between Urbanization and Economic Growth in China —Based on the PSTR Model. East China Economic Management, 28(12), pp.45-49. （《我国城镇化与经济增长的非线性关系分析—基于PSTR模型》）
3. He, X., & Pan, H. (2013). Nonlinear Relationship Between Energy Consumption and Economic Growth: Evidence from PSTR Approach. China Population Resources and Environment, 23(12), pp.84-89. （《基于PSTR模型的中国能源消费与经济增长非线性关系研究》）
1. 2006-2010, “Ecosystems, Societies, Consilience, Precautionary principle: Development of an assessment method of the societal cost for best fishing practices and efficient public policies”. Funded by EU Sixth Framework (Research at University of Portsmouth).
2. 2005-2006, UK: “Opportunities in the Chinese marketplace: learning from current regional trends.” (Consulting work at Experian Business Strategies).
3. 2001-2004, “Technology and the economy-energy-environment system in an integrated assessment of climate change” (co-ordinating with the British Tyndall Centre for Climate Change) (Research at University of Cambridge of UK)
4. 2004-2005, “Innovation Modelling Comparison Project on the Pathways to a Carbon Stabilisation Economy” (co-ordinating with major European integrated modelling teams) (Research at University of Cambridge of UK)
5. 1999-2001, “Economic Implications of Flexible Mechanisms in Kyoto Protocol”. Funded by European Commission. (Research at University of Leuven of Belgium).
6. 2011-2013, “Empirical Simulation of China’s Economic Low-carbon Transition under the Pressure of Climate Policy”. Surface project, supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China. (Grant No. 71073009) (Finished, presided)
7. 2010-2012, “Simulation Study on China’s Economy”. Beijing Jiaotong University Talent Introduction Project. (Finished, presided)
8. 2012, “High-speed Railway’s Economic and Social Benefit”. Beijing Jiaotong University research base project. (Finished, presided)
9. 2013-2014, “Cost-benefit Evaluation and Countermeasures of Lanzhou-Xinjiang Railway”. latitudinal project of Lanxin Railway Company. (Finished, presided)
10. 2011-2012, “the Role and Status of Railway Modernization in China”. Project of Ministry of Railways of the People's Republic of China. (Finished, leader of one sub-project)
11. 2012-2013, “Sustainable Development of Beijing Urban Transportation”. Major project of Beijing Social and Scientific Planning. (Finished, leader of one sub-project)
12. 2012-2013, “Social and Economic Impact of Beijing-Shanghai High-speed Railway”. latitudinal project of Beijing-Shanghai high-speed railway company. (Finished, leader of the sub-project)
13. 2013-2014, “The Basic Role and Quantitative Analysis of High-speed Railway in modern regional economic and social development”. Later funded project, supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China. (No. 13FJY008) (Finished, particapated)
14. 2012-2013, “Key Supporting Technologies and Market Mechanism of Green Low-carbon Development in China”. Project of Ministry of Science and Technology, chaired by Counsellor’s Office of the State Council of the People’s Republic of China. (Finished, leader of the sub-project)
15. 2013-2015, “New Pattern Urbanization Roads of Intensive, Intelligent, Green and Low-carbon”. Major project, supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China. (Finished, leader of the sub-project)
16. 2014-2017, “Simulation Study of China Green CGE Model Construction and Green Growth Strategy” (On-going, presided)
17. 2015-2017, “Development and Application of Computable General Equilibrium(CGE) for Resource and Environmental Policy Evaluation”. Beijing Normal University independent research project. (On-going, presided)
18. 2015-2016, “The Theory and Method of Green Social Accounting Matrix”. Beijing Normal University statistical discipline construction project. (Finished, presided)
19. 2015-2016, “China Energy Outlook 2030”. Project of Bank of Asia. (Finished, in charge of energy forecasting construction)
20. 2016-2018, “Beijing Energy Optimization Structure and Supporting Policy based on CGE Model under the Air Pollution Control Target”. Surface project supported by Beijing Natural Science Foundation. (On-going, major participant)
21. 2015-2016, “Beijing Science and Technology Development Strategy”. Project of Beijing Municipal Science and Technology Commission. (On-going, presided)
22. 2016-2017, “Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Collaborative Green Growth: Spatial Decision Information System Based on Ecological Coupling CGE Model”. Project of Beijing Academy of Science and Technology. (On-going, leader of the sub-project)
23. 2015-2018, “The Formulation of China’s Green Enterprise Rating Standards”. Project of United Nations Industrial Development Organization. (On-going, presided)