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Huang Shaoqing

Department of:  Applied Economics

Phone:  +86 (0)21 52301578

Email:  sqhuang@sjtu.edu.cn

Biography

Research

Education

Ph.D. in Economics, Graduate School of Chinese Academy of Social Science, July 2005
Dissertation Title: Contract Enforcement in Economic Transition
Advisor: Jinglian Wu
MA in Economics, School of Economics, Peking University, July 1997
BA in Law, Department of Politics, Nankai University, July 1994


Employment

Associate Professor, 2010- Present
    Antai College of Economics & Management, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Research Fellow, 2005-2010   
Chinese Private Enterprises Center, China Europe International Business School
Instructor in Economics (part-time), 2004-2005
    School of International Relations, Peking University

Professional Membership

Shanghai Economic Society, Member (2010- ); Member of the Council (2012- )
 


 

Research Fields

Comparative Economics, Public Economics, Industrial Economics, Development Economics, Political Economics

Grants and Fellowships

1. Accounting the Urbanization Bonus in China: Source and Allocation (1980-2010), Grant of Academy of China Development Bank, Principal Investigator, 2013.
2. The Dynamics of Modern Industrial Structure: the Effect of Technological Innovation;, Scholarship of the China Scholarship Council to Pursue Research in the U.S.A., 2013-2014.
3. How Assess the Risk of Development Finance Based on Regional Characteristics;, Grant of Academy of China Development Bank, Principal Investigator, 2012.
4. Research on The Scientific & Technological Innovation in Chinese Cultural Sector Based on the Industry-technology-Value Chains, Major Grant of the National Foundation of Social Science (China), Principal Investigator of Sub-project, 2012.
5. Infrastructure Investment in China: Fund, Efficiency, and Local Fiscal Risk, Grant of Shanghai Institute of Finance & Law, Principal Investigator, 2012.
6. The Dynamics of Modern Industrial System: Theory and Policy, Key Grant of the National Foundation of Social Science (China), Co-investigator, 2011.
7. Promoting the Development of Social Organizations through Building the Legal System in Shanghai”, Grant of Standing Committee of the Shanghai Peoples Congress, Principal Investigator, 2011.
8. The Governance Mechanisms of R&D Consortia of Generic Technology Considering the Characteristics of Industries”, Grant of the National Foundation of Social Science (China), Principal Investigator, 2011.
9. Post-Crisis Infrastructure Investment and Economic Growth in China, The Young China Scholars Program (IDRC/CIGI), Canada, Principal Investigator, 2010.
10. The Strategy of Developing the Financial back-office Service in Fengxian District, Shanghai City;, Special Grant of the Committee of Development & Reform, Fengxian District, Shanghai City, Principal Investigator, 2010.
Books
1. Contract Enforcement in Economic Transition, Shanghai: Shanghai Far East Publishers, in Chinese, 2012.
2. Wuxi Experience: A Case Study of Transforming China’s Development Pattern, Shanghai: Shanghai Far East Publishers, in Chinese, 2010 (co-author).
3. Supply-Chain Finance: New Finance in New Economy, Shanghai: Shanghai Far East Publishers, in Chinese, 2008 (co-author).
4. Research on the International Enterprise System Innovation, Beijing: Peking University Press, in Chinese, 2007 (co-author).

Journal Articles
1.How Much Infrastructure Is Too Much? A New Approach and Evidence from China, with Shi Hao, World Development, 56 (2014): 272-286. 
  2. Overview on the ‘Wuxi Forum about Corporate Governance of Commerce Chamber, with Wenchang Pu, Comparative Economic and Social systems, in Chinese, 2012, No. 4.
3. From Bilateralism to Multilateralism: the Petroleum Pipeline Dilemma among Russia, China & Japan with Bin Xu, World Economy and Politics, in Chinese, 2010, No. 3.
4. Supply-Chain Finance: Background, Innovation and Concept Definitionwith Yuefei Hu, Journal of Financial Research, in Chinese, 2009, Vol.8.
5. Innovation or Rent-Seeking: The Entrepreneurial Behavior during China's Economic Transformationwith Jinglian Wu, China & World Economy, 2008, Vol. 16, No. 4, July-August.
6. “The Contract Enforcement of Chinese Private enterprise: Case Study”, Hongfan Review, 2008, Vol.10.
7. Innovation or Rent seeking: Institutional Environment and Entrepreneurial Behavior in China.  with Jinglian Wu, Hongfan Review, in Chinese, 2007, Vol.7.
8. Reform on Endowment Insurance in Some Countries and its implication to Chinawith Bin Xu, Commercial Times, in Chinese, 2007, Vol.8.
9. Mechanisms of Contract Enforcement in Chinese Transition. Hongfan Review, in Chinese, 2006, 3(2).
10. An Informal Mechanism of Contract Enforcement in China: Background, Model and Analysis. Journal of Institutional Economics, in Chinese, 2006, Vol.11.
11. Mechanisms of Contract Enforcement in Transitional Countries. Hongfan Review, in Chinese, 2005, 2(3).
12. A Mechanism of Collective Action by Civil Chamber of Commerce in China. with Hui Yu, Comparative Economic and Social Systems, in Chinese, 2005, No. 4.
13. The Governance Pattern of Chinese Family-controlled Private Enterprises: Emergence and Evolution. Research on Financial and Economic Issues, in Chinese, 2005, No. 5.
14. The Development of China’s Electronics Industry: Cause and Constrains, with Weiguo Qiao,China & World Economy. May-June 2005, Vol.13 (3).
15. 2004 Report on Competitiveness of the Top 50 Chinese Private Enterprises, with Yingqiu Liu and Yanhong Liu, Chinese Industrial Economy, in Chinese, 2004, No. 12.
16. On the Institution of Financing in China’s Stock Market: Analysis and Advice. Comparative Economic and Social systems, in Chinese, 1999, No. 4.
17. Seeking the Stable Path of Economic Transition, with Yuesheng Wang, Contemporary World and Socialism, in Chinese, 1998, No. 3.