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


  Song Hong

  Institute of World Economics & Politics
  Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
  5 Jiangguomennei St. Beijing.100732
  People’s Republic of China
  Tel:0086-10-85195765
  Fax: 0086-10-65126105
  E-mail:songhong@cass.org.cn


RESUME
Dr. Song Hong, Assistant director, and Senior Fellow of Institute of World Economics and Politics (IWEP), Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS), Professor of Gradual School of CASS. He obtained his Bachelordegree in philosophy from the Department of Philosophy at Northwest University in1987, and Master degrees in economics at Fudan University in1994 and Ph.D. degree in economics 1997in Nankai University.He was chosen as the national-level expert of China in the New Century by Ministry of Personnel in 2009.Professor Song is an Economist, his study focuses on trade and investment issues. A special concern is with the impacts of multinational enterprises on industrial development in developing countries, especially in China.

Education background:
2001-2002   Visiting scholar
East Asian Institute, Columbia University (New York)
1994—1997  Ph. D.
              Institute of International Economics, Nankai University (Tianjin) 
1991---1994  Master degree in economics
              Department of Economics,  Fudan University (Shanghai)
1983---1987  Bachelor degree in Philosophy
              Department of Philosophy,  Northwestern University (Xi’an),.
Work Experience:
1997---     Chinese Academy of social sciences,  Beijing
1987---1991 Shannxi Academy of social sciences,  Xi’an

Selected Academic Publications:
“The Leading Chinese firms in the biopharmaceutical industry”, 2017,Chapter III, in Franco Malerba, Sunil Mani and Pamela Adams, The rise to Market Leadership—New leading firms from emerging countries, pp43-67, Edward Elgar Publishing Limited

‘The national patent regime and indigenous innovations in compliance with TRIPS: A case study of China”, Chapter V, in Sunil Mani and Richard R. Nelson(2013),TRIPS Compliance, National Patent Regimes and Innovation, pp172-221
Edward Elgar Publishing Limited
“Chinese Private Direct Investment and Overseas Chinese Network in Africa”, China & World Economy, Vol. 19, Issue 4, pp. 109-126, 2011
‘The Optimal Trade Theory’, World Economy Journal (Chinese), pp 79-86, Issue 6, 2008.
‘WTO Rules and Self-dependent Industrial Development of Developing Economies’, World Economics and Politics(Chinese), pp71-76, Issues 9, 2007.
‘Global Quota System and China’s Textileand Clothing Industry’, China and World Economy, 2006,Number 5.
‘Market opening, Enterprise Learning and Industry Transformation—A case study of China’s Car Industry’, PP155-183, UNCTAD, China in a Globalizing World, 2005.
‘China’s role in WTO’, China and World Economy, 2003, Number 6.
‘China and WTO: A Process of Mutual Learning, Adapting and Developing’, Wang YiZhou (ed.), 2003, Construction within Contradiction, China Development Publishing House
pp164-195.
The impact of China's WTO Accession on Industrial Development, World Economy & China,2000,March-April.
'A research report on China's entry into to WTO: the analysis of the China's industries', social sciences documentation publishing house, Beijing, Jan. 2000(Chinese)
'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(Chinese)
   'The foreign-owned enterprises and China's industrial adjustment: theempirical analysis from the perspective of foreign trade", Management world, Dec. 1999, pp66-76(Chinese)
   'Transnational corporations and the industrial development of developing economies', Reform, Apr. 1999, pp23-33(Chinese)
   'Tendency of structural changes and its consequence of transnational corporation in China's industry', Journal of world Economy, July, 1999, pp28-39(Chinese)
   ‘The Empirical Study of the Impact of TNCs on China’s Industrial Structural Efficiency’, Economic Research, Jan.1998, pp30-36(Chinese)
   ‘The Impact of Transnational Corporations on the Industry Dynamics of Developing Economies’, Journal of World Economy, Feb.1998, pp36-39(Chinese)
   ‘The Alternative Industry Development Modes of Developing Economies under the Influence of Transnational Corporations’, Modern Economic Science, No.4,
1998, pp47-51(Chinese)