Wang WenExecutive Dean of Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies, Renmin University of China.
Expertise : International Relations; Macro-economy
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Dr. WANG Wen is the Executive Dean of Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies (RDCY), the Deputy Dean and Distinguished Visiting Professor of Silk Road School, Renmin University of China. He is also the Secretary-General of the Green Finance Committee of China Society for Finance and Banking, a Researcher of the Financial Research Center of the Counsellor Office of the State Council. Dr. WANG used to be a Chief Op-eds Editor and Editorial Writer at Global Times, one of the most best-selling newspapers under the People’s Daily, and won the China News Awards in 2011. He has authored, co-authored, translated and contributed to more than 30 books, in which “The Think Tank Perspective of Wang Wen" series published by the People's Publishing House including: "A Promising China: Chinese Think Tank’s Voice in the World", "Think as a Tank: How China Influences the World", and "America's Anxiety: A Think Tank Scholar's Perspective on China’s Rise & U.S. Response" have been republished or reprinted many times. Dr. WANG has visited nearly 100 countries (including South Pole) and conducted extensive researches and field investigations. Many of his research reports have ended up with the instructions or comments from the CPC and state leaders of China. Besides, he is an advisory consultant for several Chinese important ministries and commissions and has won many honors such as“2014 Top Ten Figures of Chinese Think Tank”, “2015 China Reform and Development Pioneers”, “2016 Influential Figures of Chinese Think Tank”, “2017 Reputable Scholars and the ‘Four Batches of Talent Development Project’ talents”, and “special prize for policy research” in "National High-Level think Tank" construction outstanding achievements of Renmin University of China in 2019. In 2016, General Secretary Xi Jinping presided over the Symposium on Philosophy and Social Science, and Dr. Wang Wen was one of the ten speaking scholars.
Belt and Road: Win-win, not 'creditor imperialism'
The 2nd Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation will be held in Beijing in late April. The Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), put forward by Chinese President Xi Jinping in 2013, has attracted cheers and jeers at the same time. A total of 126 countries and 29 international organizations have signed up for the sprawling transcontinental connectivity project, despite a tireless chorus of opposing voices and a cacophony of claims about its intention and operations. CGTN is attempting to cut through the noise in a new short video series titled “Hype or Hope?” Here is an episode to help you separate BRI facts from fiction. Wang Wen is the executive dean of the Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies at Renmin University of China....2019-04-23
Belt and Road Initiative is not 'Marshall Plan'
Despite the remarkable achievements made over the past five years, the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) is still faced with some skepticism and misunderstanding at home and abroad. Some people regard the BRI as China's Marshall Plan. However, the two are essentially different in terms of intention, content, and additional conditions....2019-04-22
US exclusion of academics 'shortsighted'
Following a recent report saying that the United States canceled Chinese scholars' visas or placed them under administrative review by the FBI, experts warned that Washington's ramping up measures to treat China as a rival could significantly harm normal bilateral exchanges and damage the country's open and inclusive national image....2019-04-19
‘Visa cancellations absurd’
When the two countries established diplomatic relations 40 years ago, mere thousands of mutual visits were made, whereas now the number has risen to over 5.3 million every year, with some 14,000 people flying across the Pacific Ocean between the two countries every day....2019-04-19
US damaging its open, inclusive image
The risk of misjudgment could significantly rise as normal China-US people-to-people exchanges have been severely affected by the US, Chinese experts warned, following reports that the US either canceled the visas of scores of Chinese social science scholars or put them on administrative review by the FBI in 2018....2019-04-16
Pragmatic Cooperation: China and Europe's Best Choice
At present, China and Europe are facing similar global challenges: protectionism, populism, separatism, terrorism, and unilateralism. Global stability and the international order are suffering from the greatest threats since World War II. If we can maintain our national interests despite instability and continue world peace, China and Europe could play an indispensable international role....2019-04-09
Words of RDCY executive dean quoted by American magazine
China Business Review, an American magazine, has kept eyes on relationship between China's economic growth and the expenditures along the BRI in the top story "Belt and Road in 2019: Recalibrationor Retrenchment?" It also quoted words of Wang Wen, Executive Dean of Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies at Renmin University of China. The relevant content is as follows:...2019-04-03
Rare ancient maps showcase BRI, unfolding a new and profound world
On the sideline of two sessions of this year, the column “News of China” which is subordinate to CCTV, provides a special report of two sessions about ushering in a new era. At the request of its invitation, Wang Wen, the executive director of the Chongyang Institute of Finance at Renmin University of China, responds to questions and risks concerning the BRI along with the host, Zhou Yingfeng on March 9....2019-03-15
BRICS: The Engine for New Globalization
Based on extensive authentic data and research, this book consists of seven chapters, analyzes economic layouts and potentials of BRICS countries and their respective advantages and positions in finance, trade and investment in the previous and new rounds
Despite the remarkable achievements made over the past five years, the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) is still faced with some skepticism and misunderstanding at home and abroad. Some people regard the BRI as China's Marshall Plan. However, the two are essentially different in terms of intention, content, and additional conditions.