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Chenggang Xu

Chenggang Xu

Professor in Economic Development
Language : English

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  • China’s Reforms and Development
  • China’s Economy
  • Law and Economics
  • Political Economy of Economic Policy

Chenggang Xu (Harvard PhD, 1991), Quoin Professor in Economic Development, University of Hong Kong. Taught/worked at the London School of Economics, Harvard, the IMF, Tsinghua and the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. The President of the Asian Law and Economics Association (2010-).  He has served as a co-editor for 3 major international and national journals in economics, finance and law-and-economics; and as a member of editorial boards for more than a dozen major international and

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Chenggang Xu (Harvard PhD, 1991), Quoin Professor in Economic Development, University of Hong Kong. Taught/worked at the London School of Economics, Harvard, the IMF, Tsinghua and the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. The President of the Asian Law and Economics Association (2010-).  He has served as a co-editor for 3 major international and national journals in economics, finance and law-and-economics; and as a member of editorial boards for more than a dozen major international and Chinese journals in economics, finance and law-and-economics. He has dozens of publications in major journals, such as JEL, JPE, AER, RES, EER, etc.; chapters in more than a dozen books, and has published a book. He delivered invited speeches or keynotes at Econometric Society’s World Congress, International Economic Association (IEA) World Congress, IEA Round Tables, AEA Meetings, EEA Meetings, China Economic Annual Conference, and Hong Kong Economic Association Biennial Conference etc. He has been invited to provide policy advises by the Chinese State Council, Peoples Bank of China, the CASS, the UNDP, the EBRD, and the UK HM Treasury. He has served as consultants for the World Bank and the IMF. He has involved in Chinese reform debates since the 1980s.

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