Biographie de Jinglian Wu
One of the chief economic advisers to Chinese Premier Zhu Rongji, Professor Jinglian Wu graduated in 1954 from the Department of Economics, Fudan University, Shanghai. He served as research intern, assistant research fellow, senior research fellow, and professor at the Institute of Economics, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. Professor Wu also served as deputy director of the Programming Office for Economic Reform, the State Council of P.R.C. He has been a senior research fellow and served as executive director at the Development Research Center, State Council of P.R.C.
In addition, Professor Wu is a professor of economics at the Graduate School of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences; a professor and member of the Academic Council, China Europe International Business School, Shanghai; a member of the Advisory Board, Asian Center, the National University of Singapore; a member of the Academic Board, the Center for Economic Development, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology; a member, International Academy of Management; and the editor-in-chief of Caige (Journal of Reform).
One of the most influential economists in contemporary Chinese economic reform, Professor Wu's research areas include theoretical economics, comparative institutional analysis, and theory and policy issues of China's economic reform.
Professor Wu has published more than ten books and numerous research papers, including the influential Jianshe Shichangjingji De Zongtigouxiang Yu Fangansheji (The Overall Plan and Programs for Building a Market Economy).