Wang WenWang Wen is Executive Dean of Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies at Renmin University of China(RDCY).
Expertise : International Relations; Macro-economy
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WANG Wen is the Executive Dean of Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies, Renmin University of China (RDCY). He holds office as Consultant Fellow at Counselors’ Office of the State Council of China, Secretary-General of Green Finance Association of China, Standing Director of World Socialism Research at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. He is also a visiting professor at several well known universities. Prof. Wang used to work as Chief Op-eds Editor and Editorial Writer at Global Times before 2012, and won the China News Awards in 2011. He has published more than 400 articles in various journals such as “QiuShi” and “People`s Daily”. He has edited and independently written over 20 books including A Promising China (2017), Green Finance for the Belt and Road Initiative (2017), Think As a Tank (2016), Anxiety of the U.S.(2016), G20 and Global Governance (2016), 2016: G20 and China (2015), Visions of the Great Powers (2013) , Theories of World Governance: A Study in the History of Ideas (2007), to name a few. As the leader of a top ranked think tank in China, Prof. Wang has won the honor of “2014 Top Ten Figures of Chinese Think Tank”, and “2015 China Reform and Development Pioneers”. Also, he has visited nearly 100 countries and conducted extensive researches and field investigations. He is now the consultant expert for several Chinese government ministries including the National Development and Reform Commission, the People`s Bank of China, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of Finance, the International Liaison Department of the Central Committee of the CPC, China Securities Regulatory Commission, etc. In the year 2016, Chinese President Xi Jinping hosted a symposium on philosophy and social sciences in Beijing, and Prof. Wang was one among the ten speakers.
Kazakhstan’s capital Astana shakes economic funk due to infusion of Chinese investment
September 7 was the five-year anniversary of the introduction of the Silk Road Economic Belt concept, and Kazakhstan, dubbed as the "buckle" of the "belt," was in the mood to celebrate. That day, Kazakh journalists were busy traveling between two forums marking the anniversary in Astana: the Kazakh-Chinese Business Forum, to which Kazakhstan's President Nursultan Nazarbayev and Chinese President Xi Jinping sent video messages, and the Belt and Road China-Kazakhstan Forum on Think Tanks, Media an...2018-09-26
Discrediting the Belt and Road Initiative as 'debt trap' is untenable
This year marks the fifth anniversary of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). While its spirit of peace, cooperation and mutual benefit as well as its principles of extensive consultation, joint contribution and shared benefits have been increasingly recognized, some foreign scholars constantly coined new terms to discredit the initiative. ...2018-09-06
What Does a Chinese Superpower Look Like? Nothing Like the U.S.
What struck Wang Wen about Antarctica, beyond the brutality of the December cold, was the scale of U.S. operations in such an inhospitable environment and the American flag fluttering by the sign that marks the geographic South Pole. Observing the academic mission of hundreds of U.S. scientists in a region rich in resource potential, he was determined that China must catch up....2018-08-30
Ten misunderstandings about Africa
Many people tend to associate Africa with words like "poor," "underdeveloped," or "disease," and hold negative views about China-Africa cooperation and investment. With the upcoming Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC) Beijing Summit 2018 going to be held in September, Africa has been under the spotlight. I analyze 10 most common misunderstandings about Africa and China-Africa relations on the basis of my field research in more than 10 African countries....2018-08-20
A golden age for Chinese think tanks as policy institutes grow in quality and quantity
It's boom time for Chinese think tanks. With 570 such institutions, China maintains its eight-year dominance as the world's second largest think-tank factory. A total of seven Chinese think tanks are on the global top 100 list, and almost 30 percent of the top 90 think tanks in China, India, Japan and the Republic of Korea are from China, according to the 2017 Go to Think Tank Index Report released early this year....2018-08-17
China's restrained new tariff 'rational'
Taking into full consideration the interests of its people and companies, as well as the global value chain, the Chinese government made the decision to impose differentiated tariff rates targeting $60 billion worth of U.S. goods. That's in stark contrast to the U.S.' one-size-fits-all tariff approach, which was ill-considered, they said....2018-08-15
Xi thought enshrined as supreme guidance to China`s diplomacy
China has enshrined Xi Jinping`s thought on diplomacy as the supreme guidance to the country`s foreign affairs at a key conference, which also urged the country to take an active part in leading the reform of the global governance system....2018-06-25
China’s manufacturing needs to fight a protracted war
Starting at the end of last year, the difficulty of achieving the "Made in China 2025" initiative increased, with pressure from the US trade provocation and the domestic transformation and upgrading upgraded. To get to 2025, eight years lie ahead. In that time, China`s manufacturing sector faces a protracted war that`s similar to the Anti-Japanese War (1937-45) it fought....2018-06-21
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
On May 10-11, famous American think tank Center for Strategic and International Studies organized two symposiums in Washington, DC, with the themes "Global Economic Order and China-US Relations" and "China-US Relations in the Past 40 Years". Nearly 200 figures from US political and think tank circles, including Senators, attended the two events in which Chinese ambassador to the US, Cui Tiankai, gave the keynote speech. Former US deputy secretary of state and former president of the World Bank,