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Name:Wu Chunlin 
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Email:  wuchunlin@buaa.edu.cn
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Chunlin Wu is an assistant professor/master’s supervisor in the School of Economics and Management, Beihang University (Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics). He earned his PhD degree in Engineering at Tsinghua University, and has bachelor degrees in both management and English. He has published more than 20 academic papers, including 14 papers on top SCI/SSCI international journals. He serves as corresponding reviewers for many top journals. He has participated in three projects of National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC) and nine consultant projects from major national enterprises. As the academic elite, he worked on many industry-study-research projects for Shanghai Railway Bureau, Hangzhou municipal government, Shenzhen municipal government, Power Construction Corporation of China, and China Resources Land Limited. He has broadly conducted academic cooperation with experts from home and abroad, and he has a long-term cooperation with experts from the United States, Australia and the United Kingdom, etc.  

Research Field and Interests:
Project management; Risk management; Organizational leadership and culture; Occupational health, safety and environmental management; Corporate social responsibility and sustainable development; Building Information Modelling (BIM)  

Teaching courses:
Management, Construction contracting management and bidding; Engineering project management, Coporate ethics and social responsibility; Academic papers writing (English)  

Main research projects:
1.National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC) — Impact of Safety Leadership on Safety Performance of Construction Projects: Theoretical and Empirical Study     2016.1—now (participant)
2.National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC) — Construction safety related behaviors simulation based on system dynamics modeling and multi-agent modeling   2014.01—now (participant)
3.National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC) — Behavior-based safety (BBS) and its application in construction safety management - organizational perspective    2012.01—2015.12 (participant)
4.Shanghai Railway Administration — Informatization and standardization of safety and quality management for highway and railway bridge construction based on 4D-BIM (Building Information Modeling)    2016.09—now (director)
5.Shanghai Railway Administration — Theories and methods of owners’ safety management in high-speed railway construction unit   2014.01—now (director)
6.Shanghai Railway Administration — Research on safety management innovation of high-speed railway construction projects   2012.09—2013.12 (director)
7.China Hydropower Construction Group — Research on the internationalization strategy based on soft power and corporate social responsibility   2012.03—2013.02 (director)
8.China Resources (Holdings) Company Limited — Evaluation of safety production management in China Resources (Holdings) Company Limited   2011.10—2012.02 (participant)
Recently published papers:
1.Wu Chunlin, Li Nan, Fang Dongping, 2017. Leadership Improvement and its impact on workplace safety in construction projects: A conceptual model and action research. Accepted by International Journal of Project Management on 08/30/2017, in press. (SSCI)
2.Xia N., Wang X., Griffin M. A., Wu Chunlin, Liu, B., 2017. Do we see how they perceive risk? An integrated analysis of risk perception and its effect on workplace safety behavior. Accident Analysis & Prevention, 106, 234-242. (SSCI, corresponding author)
3.Liao P. C., Xia N. N., Wu, Chun-Lin, et al., 2017. Communicating the corporate social responsibility (CSR) of international contractors: Content analysis of CSR reporting. Journal of Cleaner Production, 156, 327-336.(SCI, corresponding author)
4.Tong Ruipeng, Wu Chunlin, Li Yang, et al, 2017. An Assessment Model of Owner Safety Management and its Application to Real Estate Projects. Accepted by KSCE Journal of Civil Engineering, in press. (SCI)
5.Yang F., Li X., Zhu Y., Li Y., Wu Chunlin, 2017. Job burnout of construction project managers in China: A cross-sectional analysis. International Journal of Project Management, 35(7), 1272-1287. (SSCI)
6.Nini Xia, Rui Zhong, Chunlin Wu, et al. Assessment of Stakeholder-Related Risks in Construction Projects: Integrated Analyses of Risk Attributes and Stakeholder Influences. Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, accepted on 01/03/2017, in press. (SCI, corresponding author)
7.Feng K., Xiong W., Wang S., Wu Chunlin, Xue Y., 2017. Optimizing an Equity Capital Structure Model for Public–Private Partnership Projects Involved with Public Funds. Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, 143(9), 04017067. (SCI)
8.Wang X., Xia N., Zhang Z., Wu Chunlin, Liu, B., 2017. Human Safety Risks and Their Interactions in China’s Subways: Stakeholder Perspectives. Journal of Management in Engineering, 33(5), 05017004. (SCI)
9.Wu Chun-Lin, Fang Dong-Ping, Liao Pin-Chao, et al. Perception of Corporate Social Responsibility: The case of Chinese international contractors. Journal of Cleaner Production, 2015, 33(8): 1665-1679. (SCI)
10.Wu Chunlin, Fang Dongping, Li Nan. Roles of owners’ leadership in construction safety: the case of high-speed railway construction projects in China. International Journal of Project Management, 2015, 107: 185-194. (SSCI)
11.Wu Chunlin, Wang Feng, Zou P W X, Fang Dongping. How Safety Leadership Works Among Owners, Contractors and Subcontractors in Construction Projects. International Journal of Project Management, 2016, 34(5): 789–805 (SSCI)
12.Wu Chunlin, Song Xinyi, Wang Tao, Fang Dongping. Core Dimensions of the Construction Safety Climate for a Standardized Safety-Climate Measurement. ASCE Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, 2015, 141(8) , 04015018. (SCI)
13.Fang Dongping, Wu Chunlin, Wu Haojie. Impact of the Supervisor on Worker Safety Behavior in Construction Projects. ASCE Journal of Management in Engineering, 2015, 31(6), 04015001. (SCI)
14.Li L., Li M., Wu Chunlin. Production efficiency evaluation of energy companies based on the improved super-efficiency data envelopment analysis considering undesirable outputs. Mathematical and Computer Modelling, 2013, 58: 1057-1067. (SCI)
15.Wu Chunlin, Fang Dongping, Wang Feng, Xu Minglai. Owner Role in Safety Performance Improvement: a Case Study of Chinese High-Speed Railway Construction. Proceedings of CIB W099 International Health and Safety Conference-Achieving Sustainable Construction Health and Safety, 2014, Lund, Sweden.
16.Fang Dongping, Wu Chunlin. Safety Leadership in Construction. Keynote Paper at ICCEPM 2015: The 6th International Conference on Construction Engineering and Project Management, 2015, Busan, South Korea.
17.Lei Li, Wu Chun-lin, Li Yan-qing, et al. System Analysis for Contractor Prequalification Based on P-DEA Method, IEEE International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management (IE&EM), 2010, Xiamen, China. (EI)
18.Wu Chunlin, Li Lei, Zhou Quan. Effect of Construction Safety Climate on Safety Behavior——Based on the DEA Method. Journal of Tianjin University (Social Sciences),2013, 15(5). (CSSCI)
19.Wu Chunlin, Wang bo, et al. An Evaluation Model of Building Contractors’ Brand Competitiveness-Based on ANP. Journal of Beijing Institute of Technology (Social Sciences Edition), 2012,14(3):32-38. (CSSCI)
20.Li Lei, Li Mingyue, Wu Chunlin. Evaluation Model and Empirical Study of A Three-Stage Semi-parametric Efficiency Evaluating Model Taking Environmental Factors into Account. Chinese Journal of Management Science, 2012 20(2):107-113. (CSSCI)
21.Wu Chunlin. Foreign exchange risk of international project financing and its preventive measures. International Economic Cooperation. 2010,12:47-52. (CSSCI)
22.Wu Chulin, Wang Xueqing, Liu Bingsheng. Establishment of Environmental Performance Indicator System for Construction Projects. Journal of Engineering Management, 2011, 25(3):296-300.  

Major awards and honors:
His research achievement was awarded the Science and Technology Prize of China Railway Society and the Technology Progress Prize of Shanghai Railway Bureau. His doctoral thesis was awarded as the Excellent Doctoral Thesis Prize by Tsinghua University. He was awarded the highest academic honor for graduate students, i.e. Academic Rising Star, in Tsinghua University (only ten postgraduate students can win this award every year). In total, more than 30 honors and awards have been won by him.