Dr Ren Hongsheng, GLF 2010-12
“My main area of research is in international political economy. I am currently working on the relationship between China’s transitional corporations and the United Nation’s Global Compact. I hope to gain further achievements in sharing the new ideas of global economic governance through this extraordinary global network.”
Ren Hongsheng joined the GEG team as an Oxford-Princeton Global Leaders Fellow to work on global investment governance. His research interests include the political economy of FDI, China’s Political and Economical Transition, and Asian geopolitics. He holds a PhD in Economics from Nankai University, China. He has worked as a postdoctoral fellow in China University of Political Science and Law from 2005 to 2008. He has been as a visiting scholar at Columbia University in the city of New York, 2008-2009. Prior to coming to Oxford, Ren Hongsheng was an associate professor of International Political Economy at China University of Political Science and Law, Beijing.
FDI and China’s Political and Economical Transition, Beijing: China University of Political Science and Law Press, 2008.
The World System and the Development of Eurasian Steppes, Beijing: Peking University Press, 2006.
(With Cai Tuo.) International Relations, Tianjin: Nankai University Press, 2005.
(With Zhao Wen.) The Efficiency of FDI in Chinese 35 Cities, Beijing: Economical Science Press, 2004.
(With Liu Changmin.) A Global Planning to Emergency Management, Beijing: China University of Political Science and Law Press, 2004.
“Research on the Transitional Countries’ Economic Policy”, 2006. China’s Political Development,Heilongjiang Renmin Press, 95-112.
“Research on the Constitutional Economics”, 2006. Journal of Bohai University, No. 5. 72-77.
“Mongolia, the End of NATO’s Extending?”2005. The Word Knowledge (1, March): 32-33.
“Another Perspective on the Mongolian Emperor’s Hegemony in the 13th Century”2003. N.W. Ethno-National Studies (15, Aug): 41-47.
“A Comparative Study in Theory of Capitalist System in Production and Trade and of Modern World-System”2002. Teaching and Research (20, May): 50-55.
“Political Economic Analysis of China and ASEAN Setting Up the Free Trade Area”2002. Joint with Liu Shuang. Learned Journal of Jinzhou Normal University (15, Jul.) 52-55.