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, including "Great Power’s Long March Road: The views of China's rejuvenation and the future of the world after hundred countries’ visit" and “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.
“Wang Wen on Changing World” in Global Times
On August 20, 2019, Wang Wen, Executive Dean of Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies at Renmin University of China (RDCY), opened the new column “Wang Wen on Changing World” in Global Times (English edition). Following is the list of all articles. ...2019-09-04
Wang Wen: It's the US, stupid!
One hundred Chinese scholars published "An Open Letter to the People of the United States from 100 Chinese Scholars" in The Diplomat. It appeals for solidarity between China and the US and calls for an end to politicizing the pandemic and demonizing other countries. On Friday, more than 90 prominent figures in US security, diplomatic, business and academic circles also signed a letter calling on the Trump administration to work more closely with China to end the pandemic. The two letters echo each other. Officials and prominent figures from more than 20 countries have expressed their support for the Chinese scholars' letter seeking solidarity and stopping of the blame game. ...2020-04-07
Experts call for int'l cooperation, coordination to offset economic impact of COVID-19
At a think tank webinar held Monday, international experts called for countries across the world to cooperate and coordinate their actions to counteract the economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic that has affected the lives of millions of people....2020-04-01
Wang Wen: Trump govt’s three big lies hurt Americans
For most people it's unfathomable that the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic is the first global event that hasn't been led by the US since 1941. In 1941, the US was a leader in the worldwide antifascist war. During this current global fight against an invisible enemy, the US is hardly able to protect itself. The US should have been much better prepared for the outbreak considering the coronavirus came to its shores after it had rampaged through China, Japan, South Korea, Iran, Italy, France, Germany and Britain. ...2020-03-31
Wang Wen: The US owes an apology to the world
The virus is spreading worldwide. The number of new international confirmed cases per day has surpassed China at least 10 times. At this stage, the world needs unity. The US, as the world's most powerful country, should have called on other nations to help combat what has become a common enemy, just as they did during World War II. Unfortunately, they have made no such efforts. After observing the words and deeds of the US administration and other elites, I realized their accusations against China were aimed to divert attention, conceal inaction, and dodge long-standing flaws in US foreign policy....2020-03-10
Wang Wen: Virus fight offers cooperation opportunities
I do wish US elites would be more empathetic and far less hypocritical. They need to stop applying a double standard over the virtues of democracy, freedom and human rights which they have always respected. In the face of disasters, pandemics, and climate changes, no country or family can survive on its own - China, the US, and all other countries need to join hands and stop focusing only on their self-interests. ...2020-03-03
Will COVID-19 Launch a Coming Global Crisis?
Since the second half of February, the novel coronavirus has been contained in China for the time being; however, it has spread across the world. The world is on high alert; the US stock market has plummeted and global markets are in a state of panic. The epidemic has spiralled out of control in Japan and South Korea, and lockdown measures have been imposed in European cities, increasing the likelihood of a global geopolitical crisis....2020-03-03
China-US game and China’s revival in the perspective of the comparative strength changes of the two countries
Great Power’s Long March Road: The views of China's rejuvenation and the future of the world after hundred countries’
The book Great Power’s Long March Road: The views of China's rejuvenation and the future of the world after hundred countries’ visit spans the Chinese history of the five centuries before and after, covering all major powers in the world.