Mao Yushi graduated from Shanghai Jiaotong University and later worked on the Principle of Optimal Allocation in 1979. He then worked at the Institute of American Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences in 1984. During 1986 he went to Harvard University as visiting scholar and also served as senior advisor for Asian Development Bank, Africa Energy Policy Research Network and UNDP. In 1990 he was invited by the University of Queensland, Australia, as visiting senior lecturer teaching advanced microeconomics. He founded the Unirule Institute of Economics and served as the Chairman of the Board. He was the editor for
China Economic Review . His research areas include institutional economics, energy and environmental economics, transportation, policies on economic reform and poverty alleviation.
“Principle of Optimal Allocation”
“The Distribution and Movement of U.S. Population and the Regional Economic Development-- A Comment on Regional Diversity: Growth in the U.S.”
“The Prospect of the Chinese Morality”
“Economics in Everyday Life: the Research of U.S Market”