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International Trade
SONG Hong
2012-08-22 15:36:00


  SONG Hong

  Assistant Director
  Senior Fellow, Director of International Trade Research Division, IWEP, CASS.
  Tel, Fax:(8610)65126180/6063
  E-mail: h99sh@yahoo.com



 

Research Fields:
Foreign Direct Investment, Transnational Corporations and the Industrial Development of Developing Economies.
 

Education:
2001-2002 Visiting scholar, East Asian Institute, Columbia University (New York)
1994-1997 Ph. D., Institute of International Economics, Nankai University (Tianjin)
1991-994 Master degree in economics, Department of Economics, Fudan University (Shanghai)
1983-987 Bachelor degree in Philosophy, Department of Philosophy, Northwestern University (Xi’an),.

Professional Experience:
Since 1997, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing
1987-1991, Shannxi Academy of Social Sciences, Xi’an

Major Publications:
A Research Report on China’s Entry into to WTO: the Analysis of the China’s Iindustries’, Social Sciences Documentation Publishing House, Beijing, Jan. 2000
Industrial Advantage, Comparative Advantage and Competitive Advantage: the Comprehensive Cost and Benefit Study of China’s Entering into the WTO’, International Economic Review, 7-8, 1999, pp5-9
The Foreign-Owned Enterprises and China’s Industrial Adjustment: the Empirical Analysis from the Perspective of Foreign Trade", Management World, Dec. 1999, pp66-76
Transnational Corporations and the Industrial Development of Developing Economies’, Reform, Apr. 1999, pp23-33
Tendency of Structural Changes and Its Consequence of Transnational Corporation in China’s Industry’, Journal of World Economy, July, 1999, pp28-39
The Empirical Study of the Impact of TNCs on China’s Industrial Structural Efficiency’, Economic Research, Jan.1998, pp30-36
The Impact of Transnational Corporations on the Industry Dynamics of Developing Economies’, Journal of World Economy, Feb.1998, pp36-39
The Alternative Industry Development Modes of Developing Economies under the Influence of Transnational Corporations’, Modern Economic Science, No.4, 1998, pp47-51.