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HE Liping

HE Liping  Ph.D., Professor
Native Place: Chongqing, southwestern China
Department of Finance
Business School, Beijing Normal University
Beijing 100875, China
Tel: 010 5880 5025 ; Fax: 010 5880 1867
Education and Visiting Studies
Fulbright Research Fellow, Graduate Business School, Columbia University
Ph.D. in Department of Economics, School of African and Oriental Studies (SOAS), University of London, Ph.D (Economics)
1991-1992 Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge (Magdalene College), MA program in Economics
1989-1991 Visiting Scholar, Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge
1989-1990 Visiting Scholar, Centre for International Studies, University of Cambridge
1984-1987 Master in School of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing, MA (Economics), 1987
1978-1982 Bachelor in Sichuan Institute of Finance and Economics, Chengdu, China, BA (Economics)
Work Experience
2011-present Director, Research Centre for International Finance, School of Economics and Business, Beijing Normal University
2001.1-2010 Professor and Chair, Department of Finance, School of Economics and Business, Beijing Normal University
1997.1-2000.12 Associate Professor, Deputy Director of Economic Research Centre, China Institute of Finance and Banking.
1987.7-1989.9 Lecturer and Deputy Head of International Finance Section, China Institute of Finance and Banking.
1982.7-1984.9 Assistant Lecturer, Department of Political Economy, Sichuan Institute of Finance and Economics.
Courses Taught
Foundations of Finance (in English) (undergraduate)
International Finance (bilingual in Chinese and English) (graduate)
International Finance and China (in English) (international graduate)
Professional Societies/Activities
  • Vice Chairman, China Society of World Economics
  • Standing Member of the Board of Directors, Member of Academic Committee, and Deputy Secretary-General, China Society of International Finance
  • Standing Member of the Board of Directors, China Society of World Economics
  • Member of the Board of Directors, China Society of Finance
  • Member of the Board of Directors and member of Academic Committee, China Society of City Finance
Social Service/Affiliation
  • Senior Research Fellow, National Economic Research Institute, China Reform Foundation
  • External Member, Academic Committee, Institute of World Economics and Politics,
  • Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
  • External Member, Academic Committee, Institute of American Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Science
Publications in Enlish
• Main Journal Articles
  • • Liping He, Hyperinflation: A World History (in the series of China Perspectives),London and New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, October 2017
  • Gang Fan, Liping He, Xiaoyun Wei, Liyan Han. China’s growth adjustment: moderation and structural changes. Economic Change and Restructuring. Volume 46, Issue 1 (2013) Page 9-24
  • He Liping “China as the World’s Second Largest Economy: Qualifications and Implications”, As Chapter 3 in China and East Asia: After the Wall Street Crisis, edited by Lam Feng Er, Qian Yaqing, and Yang Mu, Series on Contemporary China, Vol. 33. Singapore:? World Scientific Press, 2013. pp. 35-53
  • Gang Fan, Liping He “A Prediction of China’s Economy in 2012: Soft Landing and Back to the Normal”, as Chapter 2 in A New Economic Growth Engine for China: Escaping the Middle-Income Trap by Not Doing More of the Same, Edited by Wing Thye Woo, Ming Lu, Jeffrey D. Sachs, and Zhao Chen, World Scientific Imperial College Press, 2012, pp. 43-53
  • Leong H. Liew and Liping He:Operating in an inharmonious world: China Investment Corporation, Journal of the Asia Pacific Economy, Vol. 17, No. 2, May 2012, 253-267
  • He Liping and Liu Qianwen (2011): Causes of Inflation in China: Inflation Expectations, China and World Economy, Vol.19, No.3 May-Jun, 18-32
  • He Liping, Fan Gang, Yang Panpan (2010): What Caused the Sharp Downturn in the Chinese Economy amid the Global Financial Crisis? A Critical Note on Causality in Trade Linkage, China and World Economy, Vol.18, No.4 Jul-Aug, 52-69
  • Leong H. Liew and Liping He (2010): Contributing to a Harmonious Society: China’s Sovereign Wealth Fund, as Chapter 2 in The Political Economy of Sovereign Wealth Funds, edited by Xu Yi-chong and Gawdat Bahgat, New York and London:Palgrave Macmillan,2010
  • Fan Gang, He Liping, Hu Jiani (2009): CPI vs. PPI: Which Drives Which? Frontiers of Economics in China, Vol.4, No.3 Sept, pp. 317-334
  • Liping He and Marie Soderberg (2008): China: How Size Matters – a Comparative Study of Ownership in Japanese and Swedish Aid Projects, as Chapter 8 in Aid Relationships in Asia: Exploring Ownership in Japanese and Nordic Aid, ed by Alf Morten Jerve, Yasutami Shimomura, and Annette Skovsted Hansen, Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 153-172
  • He, L. (2007) China’s Banking Sector Reform: A Critical Survey, as Chapter 8 in John Wong and Liu Wei eds. China’s Surging Economy: Adjusting for More Balanced Development, pp.231-252. New York, London and Singapore: World Scientific Publishing Co.
  • Liping He (2006): Has Fiscal Federalism Worked for Macroeconomic Purposes? The Chinese Experience 1994-2003, Economic Change and Restructuring, Vol.39, No.3-4, Dec., pp. 167-189
  • He, L. (2005) Evolution of Financial Institutions in Post-1978 China: Interaction between the State and Market, China and World Economy, Vol. 13, No. 6 (Nov-Dec): 10-26
  • Leong H. Liew, Laszlo Bruszt, and Liping He (2005) Causes, National Costs, and Timing of Reforms, in Understanding Market Reforms: Volume 1: Philosophy, Politics and Stakeholders, edited by Jose Maria Fanelli and Gary McMahon, published by Palgrave Macmillan (A draft of the paper was presented to Global Development Network Workshop, Cairo, January 2003, and it is available in pdf at global_research_projects/understanding_reform/thematic_papers/drafts/thematic1_draft.pdf)
  • He, L. and Xiaohang Fan (2004) Foreign Banks in Post-WTO China: An Intermediate Assessment, China and World Economy, Vol. 12, No.5 (Sept-Oct): 3-16
  • He, L. (2004) Foreign Banks in China: What Impacts Would They Bring About? China and World Economy, Vol. 12, No. 1 (Jan-Feb): 50-61
  • He, L. (2003) Sino-Japanese Economic Relations: A Chinese Perspective, China and World Economy, Vol. 11, No.5 (Sept-Oct): 11-15
  • He, L. and Gang Fan (2003) Consumer Finance in China: Recent Development Trends, World Economy and China, No.1.
  • He, L. (2002) Impacts of Globalization on China: An Assessment of China's Reforms and Liberalization, in Kyung Tae Lee (ed), Globalization and the Asia Pacific Economy, London and New York: Routledge
  • He, L. (2002) East Asian Monetary Cooperation: Necessities and Constraints, World Economy and China, No.1, 15-19.
  • He, L. (2002) The WTO Accession: Likely Impacts on China’s Banking and Securities Industry, in Heike Holbig and Robert Ash (eds.), China’s Accession to the World Trade Organization: National and International Perspectives, English-language Series of the Institute of Asian Affairs Hamburg, London/New York NY: Routledge Curzon.
  • He, L. (2001) Facing the WTO Accession: Problems and Challenges in China’s Banking Industry, World Economy and China, No.3: 9-14.
  • He, L. (2000) The Future of the Exchange Rate Regime in China, World Economy and China, No.3, 16-25.
  • He, L. (2000) Housing Reform 1998/99: Impacts on China’s Macro-economy, World Economy and China, No.1-2: 25-32.
  • Ash, R.F. and He, L. (1998) Loss-making and the Financial Performance of China’s Industrial Enterprises: data from the new accounting and statistical system, Journal of Contemporary China, 7(17): 5-20.
  • He, L. (1991) Economic Foundation of China’s Foreign Policy, Cambridge Review of International Affairs, Spring/Summer: 32-39.
• Books in Chinese 
  • Fan Gang and He Liping, eds (2012) Financial Reform and Opening-up and External Rebalancing in China. Shanghai: Shanghai Far East Press.
  • Zhang Yansheng and He Liping, eds (2011) China’s Drive to Financial Market Opening-up, Exchange Rate Flexibility and Balance of Payments Adjustment. Beijing: China Commerce Press
  • He Liping (2007) Integrating into the World Economy: China and International Experience. Beijing: Social Science Literature Press
  • He Liping (2002) Personal Cheque and Credit. Tianjin: Tianjin People’s Press
  • He Liping (2000) Economic Growth: Globalizing Movements during the Twentieth Century. Chengdu: Sichuan People’s Press
  • He Liping (ed) (1998) Monetary Policy: Tools and Operation. Chengdu: Southwestern University of Finance and Economics Press.