Dean of school of economics and management, Shenzhen Graduate School, Harbin Institute of Technology.
From March 1978 to February 1982, he received his bachelor's degree in economics from the Department of economics of Northwest University;
From September 1984 to September 1986, he studied for a master's degree in the department of economics of Northwest University;
From November 1986 to November 1989, he became a doctoral student of graduate school of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and obtained a doctorate in economics;
From December 1972 to February 1978, workers and cadres of Xi'an New Urban Transportation Bureau.
From March 1982 to October 1986, he worked in the Department of Economics (later the school of economics and management) of Northwest University as lecturer and director of teaching and research section.
From December 1989 to March 1994, he worked in the Institute of industrial economy, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, and served as a deputy researcher and deputy director of the research office.
Since April 1994, he has worked in the development research center of the State Council, and once served as the deputy director of the market economy research institute, the deputy director of the macro-control research department and the director of the industrial economy research department.
From May 2016, he served as the dean of school of economics and management of Shenzhen Graduate School of Harbin University of Technology.
In March 2018, he served as the deputy director of the 13th CPPCC Economic Committee.
For a long time, he has been devoted to the study of economic theory and policy issues, mainly involving enterprise reform, economic system change, macroeconomic policy, industrial development and policy and other fields.
He has won many national academic awards, including the fourth Sun Yefang Excellent Thesis Award of economic science, the excellent thesis award of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, the first prize of China development research, etc.
He has published more than 200 academic papers and other articles in economic research, management world, China's industrial economic research, reform, people's daily, economic daily, China economic times and other domestic and foreign publications, and has authored more than 10 academic works and written a series of internal research reports.
Back to the top: prospects for the new era of China's industrial development, CITIC press, 1991;
Introduction to the efficiency analysis of economic system, Shanghai Sanlian bookstore, 1993;
Why can take off, China Architecture press, 1993;
What is socialist market economy, China Development press, 1993;
Handbook of enterprise stock system reform, economic management press, 1993;
Modern enterprise system, Guangdong People's publishing house, 1994;
Asset restructuring in enterprise reform: theoretical analysis and case study, economic management press, 1995;
"Thinking of industrial development in the Tenth Five Year Plan", China Economic press, 2000;
New theory of capital market, China Development press, 2001;
The first point he stressed was that China should appropriately reduce its growth expectations. Second, to judge whether the situation is good or not, China should turn its analytical perspective to the dimension of high-quality development. In the past, when China engaged in economic work, whether in the whole country or in various localities, it was first to set a speed indicator, then other indicators. The next step is to turn around and determine the speed from the quality. Quality itself has indicators.
In the past few years, we have been in the process of capacity reduction. The basic problem to be solved in capacity reduction was to achieve a balance between supply and demand on the new platform. But in terms of quite a lot of industries, the demand was relatively shrinking and the supply was still relatively large, so in recent years, we saw the differentiation of enterprises. Market share and corporate profits were concentrated to a few enterprises, so the industrial concentration was increasing. Quite a number of enterprises were in a disadvantageous position in the competition. Enterprises with relatively poor competitiveness may be more difficult now. Some enterprises are going out of the market. Such an adjustment is in line with the law of the market.
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