中文/EN
Experts
Senior Research Fellows

JIANG Yuechun

CURRICULUM VITAE

INFORMATION

Main Research Fields: Japanese economy; Sino-Japanese

relations;East Asia regional cooperation; Hotspot issues in the

world economy

Language Fluency: Japanese

Email:jiangyuechun@ciis.org.cn  

 

CURRICULUM VITAE

Mr. JIANG Yuechun is a senior research fellow of the Department for World Economy and Development Studies, China Institute of International Studies (CIIS). He is also Director of the Center for Economic Diplomacy and Security Studies, CIIS, an administrative council member of the Chinese Association for Japanese Studies, China Academy for History of China-Japan Relations and China Academy of International Economic Relations. Mr. Jiang joined the CIIS in 1984 after graduation from Jilin University, China with a BA in economics. From 1989 to 1993 and from 1999 to 2002, he served as a diplomat in Chinese Embassy in Japan. Mr. Jiang enjoys special allowance from the Chinese Central Government.

 

PUBLICATIONS

Book:

Fu-Kuo Liu and Jiang Yuechun (eds.): Asia Pacific Economic Integration and Cooperation across the Taiwan Strait. Taipei: Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University and China Institute of international Studies, 2008.

 

Selected Research Articles:

1.“Some Thoughts on the Vision of‘East Asia Community’”, Asia-Pacific Economic Review, No.2, 2011.

2.“The Continuously Deepening China-Japan‘Strategic and Mutually Beneficial’ Relations”, in: The CIIS Blue Book on International Situation and China’s Foreign Affairs 2009/2010, Beijing: World Affairs Press, 2010.

3.“New Changes of and the Prospects for Japan’s Policy toward East Asia Regional Economic Cooperation”, International Studies, No.5, 2007.

4.“On China-Japan Relations”, International Studies, No.5, 2006.

5.“Economic Globalization and the Development Trends of World Macroeconomic Environment”, in: Xu Jian (ed.), International Environment and China’s Strategic Opportunity Period, Beijing: People’s Publishing House, 2004.

6.“China and the Trends of World Economy”, International Studies, No.6, 2004.

 

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