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Zhang Juwei
2015-11-27 09:28:39

 

Contact Information

Institute of Population and Labor Economics Chinese Academy of Social Sciences ,Beijing, 100732, China
E-mail:
zhangjw@cass.org.cn


Academic Interests: Labor Economics.


Education:

June-August, 2000, Summer Training Program in Quantitative Methods of Social Research by Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research, University of Michigan

1996 —1998, doctoral training courses in Economics for the LEAD21 Program of Winrock International at the site of China Agricultural University, sponsored by the Winrock International in collaboration with 12 top Agricultural Universities or research institutions in China, and earned a certificate.

1996—2001, Graduate School of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Ph.D. in demographic economics.

1994-1995, Center for Development Studies, Trivandrum, India, Post-Graduate diploma in Population and Development.

1984-1987, People’s University of China, MA in Biological Philosophy.

1980-1984, Henan Normal University, Bachelor Degree in Science (Biology).


Academic Experience:

2001-Research Fellow & Professor, Institute of Population and Labor Economics (formerly Institute of Population Studies), Chinese Academy of Social Sciences

2000-2001, Visiting Scholar in University of Michigan and Michigan State University

1996-2001, Associate Research Fellow, Institute of Population and Labor Economics (formerly Institute of Population Studies), Chinese Academy of Social Sciences

1987-2001, Assistant Research Fellow, Institute of Population and Labor Economics (formerly Institute of Population Studies), Chinese Academy of Social Sciences


Positions:

2001---, Deputy Director General, Institute of Population and Labor Economics , Chinese Academy of Social Sciences

1999---, Deputy Director, Center for Human Resources Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences


Major Publications:

Articles

(1) Poverty and Nutritional Elasticity in Rural China, 2002, China Economic Quarterly, Vol.2, No.1.

(2) A Study of Employment Elasticity in China, 2002, China Industrial Economy, No.5.

(3) Impact of WTO Accession on Employment Structure in China, 2002, Modern Economic Science, Vol.24, No.1.

(4) China’s Employment in the light of WTO Accession, 2002, China & World Economy, Vol.10.4

(5) Health, Nutrition and Productivity, 2001, Ph.D Dissertation, Graduate School of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences

(6) Rural-urban Differences in Demographic Transition in China and Policy Implications, 2000, Population Science of China.

(7) Population Change and Ecological Problems Since Song Dynasty in China. 1999. Zhejiang Social Sciences. No.1..

(8) Economic Growth, Environmental Problems and Energy Strategies. 1996. China Population Yearbook 1996. Published by the Institute of Population Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.

(9) China’s Environmental Problems and Energy Strategies. 1996. In Xie Zhenhua and Shen Yimin (ed.), China Population and Environment Series (English Edition). Beijing, China Environmental Press.

(10)An Analysis of Women’s and Men’s Reproductive Desires in Four Provinces of China. 1995. In Sha Jicai et al (ed.), Women’s Status in Contemporary China (English Edition). Beijing, Beijing University Press.

(11)An Ecological Perspective in Population Migration. 1994. Population Science of China, No. 1.

(12)A Review of Women’s Status in Contemporary China. 1994. Population Science of China, Volume 2.

(13)Population Growth and Carrying Capacity. 1989. Population Science of China, No.6.


Editor:

(1) Green Paper on China’s Population Problem: Problems of Rural Population and Policy Options, 2000, Beijing, Social Sciences Documentation Publishing House.

(2) Green Paper on China’s Population and Labors: A Report on China’s Population and Labor—Problems of Rural and Urban Employment and Countermeasures, 2002, Beijing, Social Sciences Documentation Publishing House.


Monographs

(1) Population, What Will It bring to China, 2002, Guangzhou, Guangdong Educational Press. (With Cai Fang et al)

(2) Population, Ecology and Sustainable Development in China, 2000. Shijiazhuang, Hebei Educational Press.

(3) Sustainable Development Strategies — Notion Refreshment and Policy Adjustment (With Cai Fang). 1998. Beijing, Zhongyang Dangxiao Press.

(4) Women’s Reproductive Status. 1994. In Sha Jicai et al (ed.), Studies on Women’s Household Status in Contemporary China. Tianjin, Tianjin People’s Press.

(5) Chapter 6, Social Psychology of the Elderly; Chapter 7, Health and Medical Care of the Elderly. 1991. In Tian Xueyuan et al (ed.), China Population and Society. Beijing, China Economic Press.