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Jun Zhang 

Dean of the School of Economics

Director of the China Center for Economic Studies

The Chang-Jiang Professor

 

Professor Zhang is a respected commentator on Chinese economy who speaks regularly on Chinese TV stations, and BBC, CNN, PBS, KBS, and so on. His views on Chinese economy have been widely cited by domestic and international print media, including Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, New York Times, South China Morning Post, etc.

 
 

Debin Ma
Associate Professor

Department of Economic History, London School of Economics

 

Debin Ma is Associate Professor of the Department of Economic History at London School of Economics, with research affiliation to Australian National University, the University of Warwick and Fudan University. He is also Secretary General of International Economic History Association. He obtained his PhD in Economics from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and had taught in the United States, Japan and China. His research interest includes (1) long-term economic growth in East Asia; (2) international comparison of living standards, human capital and productivity; (3) institutions, legal traditions, long-run growth and global history; and (4) economics of the silk sector. He recently worked with Loren Brandt and Thomas G. Rawski and published a journal paper ‘From Divergence to Convergence: Re-evaluating the History behind China’s Economic Boom’ on the Journal of Economic Literature.

 

 

Ming Lu

Professor

Director of Center for China Development Studies at the Department of Economics

Antai College of Economics and Management, Shanghai Jiao Tong University 


Prof. Lu ’s research has mainly focused on Labor Economics (income distribution, and migration), Development Economics (urbanization, and regional development) and Social Economics (social network, trust and economic development). Also a member of the Shanghai National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, he works as an adjunct professor for Fudan University, Lincoln Studies Center, Peking University, Hitotsubashi University and as an expert consultant for the World Bank and the Asian Development Bank. He got Ph.D. degree in economics at Fudan University in 2001. He once worked as a Fulbright Scholar for Harvard University and NBER and as a visiting scholar at the United Nations University/World Institute for Development Economics Research (WIDER), Helsinki, Finland, Université Paris Sorbone, Queen’s University, Canada, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium, Université de Lille 1, Hongkong University of Science and Technology, Université Paris Dauphine, National University of Singapore and Le Centre d'études de l'emploi, France.  The honors he won included “New Century Talent” awarded by the Ministry of Education, “Shanghai Shuguang Scholar”, “Shanghai Leading Talents” and “Shanghai's Top Ten Youth Economic Figures”. 

 

Dan Li
Associate Professor

School of Economics, Fudan University 


Dan Li is an associate Professor in the School of Economics at Fudan University. She received her PhD from Boston University in 2008. Her research fields include Economic History, Development Economics, and Urban Economics & Regional Science. She has published in the top journals in her related research fields including Economic History Review, Journal of International Money and Finance, World Development, the Review of Development Economics and etc. Her current research interests focus on the bond market development in Pre-war Republican China (1912-1937) and the unbalanced regional development in today’s China.

 

Yiqing Xie

Assistant Professor

School of Economics, Fudan University

 

Yiqing Xie received her Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Colorado at Boulder in 2012. She has been teaching Economics including microeconomics, macroeconomics and international economics since 2008 at the University of Colorado at Boulder, the University of North Dakota and Fudan University. Her research interest is international economics and foreign direct investment. 

 

Yu Liu

Assistant Professor
School of Economics, Fudan University


Yu Liu received his Ph.D. in Economics from Yale University in 2014. He has been offering English-instructed course in Development Economics at Fudan University since March, 2015. His research interests include political economy and development economics.