Faculty and Staff
Zou Wei
Professor
Department of Mathematical economics and Mathematical finance
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PhD, Economics, Wuhan University, China (1993-1996)
MSc, Management, Wuhan University, China (1990-1993)
B.A., Economics, Shandong University, China (1984-1990)
Curriculum Vitae

 

TEACHING AND RESEARCH AREAS

Ÿ Teaching courses: Graduate-level Microeconomics; Development Economics; Advanced Microeconomics; Readings in Microeconomics

Ÿ Research Areas: Economic Development Theory; Income gap and economic growth; Poverty measurement and policy assessment

 

ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE

Ÿ Executive Deputy Director of Advanced Research Center, Wuhan University

Ÿ Dean of Free Trade Zone Research Institute, Wuhan University

Ÿ Director of Macroeconomics and Policy Evaluation Research Center, Wuhan University

 

MANAGERAL AND PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE 

Ÿ Served as the chief professor of the National Basic Science Talents Training Program (International School of Mathematical Economics and Finance Class), lead the International Mathematical Economics and Mathematical Finance Experimental Classteam to become the model in exploring the top talent training mode in China

Ÿ Senior visiting scholar at Harvard University and London School of Economics, UK

Ÿ Preside over the completion of the National Social Science Fund Major Bidding Project”, “the National Social Science Fund Key Project”, “the National Natural Science Fund Project”, “Talents in the National Basic Science Training Project”, “the First Session of National Excellent Talent Project”, “the Yingdong, Huo Outstanding Youth Project”, “the World Bank Project”, etc.

CONSULTING AND TRAINING EXPERIENCE (GOVERNMENT OR CORPORATE)

Ÿ Decision Support Advisor of CPC Hubei Provincial Committee, Decision-making Advisory Committee of Hubei Provincial Peoples Government, Vice President of Hubei Provincial Policy Research Association, Decision-making Advisory Committee of Wuhan Municipal People’s Government

Ÿ Successively chaired 6 major research projects of the Hubei Provincial Party Committee. In 2012, I proposed to the 10th provincial Party Congress that “the next 10 years are the “Golden Decade” for Hubei development”. This was demonstrated and conceived by the leaders of provincial Party committee and was taken seriously. The report of the 10th Party Congress in Hubei Province was adopted directly and became one of the highlights of the Provincial Party Congress report.

Ÿ In the CPC Hubei Provincial Committee Briefing, the Provincial Party Committee's "References", "Decision Reference", "Guide" and the Provincial Committee "Policy" magazine I published more than 20 research reports. Eight of them are commented and discussed by the chief directors of the provincial party committee

Ÿ Member of the 11th CPPCC of Hubei Province, Member of the Standing Committee of the Twelfth CPPCC; Member of the 11th CPPCC of Wuhan CPPCC, Standing Committee of the Twelfth and Thirteenth CPPCC

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

 

Journal Papers (International)

1.Zou, W., et al. (2008). "Measuring divergence in provincial growth in China: 1981-2004." Journal of Economic Policy Reform 11(3): 215-227.

2.Zou, W., et al. (2008). "Transport Infrastructure, Growth, and Poverty Alleviation: Empirical Analysis of China." Annals of Economics and Finance 9(2): 345-371.

3.Fang, Y. and W. Zou (2014). "Neighborhood Effects and Regional Poverty Traps in Rural China." China & World Economy 22(1): 83-102.

4.Zou, W. and Y. Liu (2010). "Skilled Labor, Economic Transition and Income Differences A Dynamic Approach." Annals of Economics and Finance 11(2): 247-275.

5.Zou, W. and H. Zhou (2007). "Classification of growth clubs and convergence: Evidence from panel data in China, 1981-2004." China & World Economy 15(5): 91-106.

6.Zou, W., et al. (2009). "Skill Premium, Biased Technological Change and Income Differences." China & World Economy 17(6): 64-87.

 

 

Journal Papers (Domestic)

1.Zou Wei and Dai Qian (2003). "Technological Imitation, Human Capital Accumulation and Economic Catching-up." Social Sciences in China(05): 26-38+205-206.

2.Zou Wei and Zhang Fen (2006). "The Income Gap and the Accumulation of Human Capital in Rural China." Social Sciences in China(02): 67-79+206.

3.Zou Wei and Zhuang Ziyin (1996). "Division of Labor, Transactions and Economic Growth." Social Sciences in China(03): 4-14.

4.Zou Wei and Qian Xuesong (2005). "Financing Cost , Rent Seeking and Capital Allocation inside Firms." Economic Research Journal(05): 64-74.

5.Zou Wei and Zhuang Ziyin (1995). "The Nature, Characteristics and Dynamic Optimization of China's Reform Process." Economic Research Journal(09): 33-39.

6.Zou Wei and Zhou Jie (2007). "The Calculation and Analysis of the Sources of the Inter-provincial Growth Differences in China (1978-2002): An Empirical Study Based on the Counter Factual Income Approach." Management World(07): 37-46.

7.Zhuang Ziyin and Zou Wei (2003). "Does Public Expenditure boost Economic Growth: an Analysis of China’s Experience." Management World(07): 4-12+154.

8.Wei Fucheng, Zou Wei and Ma Wentao (2014). "Collective Action, Political Competition and the Barriers to Development." China Economic Quarterly(02): 601-624.

9.Zou Wei and Liu Yong (2010). "Study on the Dynamic of Skilled Labor, Economic Transformation and Income Inequality." The Journal of World Economy(06): 81-98.

 

Textbooks

1.As deputy editor(1999), New Developments in Development Economics, Wuhan University Press.

2.As lead author(2011), China's Economic Growth and Income Gap: Theoretical Analysis and Empirical Research, Wuhan University Press.

3.The only author(2007), Development Economics: A Framework of Neoclassical Political Economics, Economic Daily Press.

4.The only author, Neoclassical Political Economics in Economic Development Theory: A Theoretical Framework for Studying China's Economic Reform and Development, Wuhan University Press.

5.As chief editor(2011), Advanced Macroeconomics, Tsinghua University Press.

6.The only author(1999), Macroeconomics, China Social Sciences Press.

7.The only author(2014), Nine Days of the Dance: The "Golden Decade" of Hubei Development, Wuhan University Press.

8.As chief editor(2004), Advanced Macroeconomics, Wuhan University Press.

9.As the second coauthor(1997), Government's Macro-control over the Market, Wuhan University Press.

10.As the main translator(2008), Introduction to Economics, Wuhan University Press.

11.As the main translator(2007), Economics: Basic Principles and Hot Issues, Wuhan University Press.

 

 

RESEARCH GRANTS

 

Government-funded grants

Ÿ Liu Yan, Hu Lingyan, Literature Review in Human Resource Management, 50000, 2013, Ref. 201303001

Ÿ Hu Lingyan, Research on Innovation Efficiency in Under-developed Region: From Social Capital and Human Capital Perspective, 20000, 2010, Ref. 105275999

 

Corporate-funded grants

 

International collaborative grants

 

AWARDS AND HONORS

Ÿ Award in the 3rd Teaching Competition at Economics and Management School of Wuhan University, 2010;

Ÿ Top 10 Teachers for Undergraduate Programs at EMS of Wuhan University, the first term of 2010-2011the course of “Cross-cultural Human Resource Management”;

Ÿ Top 10 Teachers for Undergraduate Programs at EMS of Wuhan University, the second term of 2012-2013the course of “Organizational Behavior”;

Ÿ Top 10 Teachers for Undergraduate Programs at EMS of Wuhan University, the second term of 2013-2014the course of “Organizational Behavior”.

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

 

Journal Papers (International)

7.Zou, W., et al. (2008). "Measuring divergence in provincial growth in China: 1981-2004." Journal of Economic Policy Reform 11(3): 215-227.

8.Zou, W., et al. (2008). "Transport Infrastructure, Growth, and Poverty Alleviation: Empirical Analysis of China." Annals of Economics and Finance 9(2): 345-371.

9.Fang, Y. and W. Zou (2014). "Neighborhood Effects and Regional Poverty Traps in Rural China." China & World Economy 22(1): 83-102.

10.Zou, W. and Y. Liu (2010). "Skilled Labor, Economic Transition and Income Differences A Dynamic Approach." Annals of Economics and Finance 11(2): 247-275.

11.Zou, W. and H. Zhou (2007). "Classification of growth clubs and convergence: Evidence from panel data in China, 1981-2004." China & World Economy 15(5): 91-106.

12.Zou, W., et al. (2009). "Skill Premium, Biased Technological Change and Income Differences." China & World Economy 17(6): 64-87.

 

 

Journal Papers (Domestic)

10.Zou Wei and Dai Qian (2003). "Technological Imitation, Human Capital Accumulation and Economic Catching-up." Social Sciences in China(05): 26-38+205-206.

11.Zou Wei and Zhang Fen (2006). "The Income Gap and the Accumulation of Human Capital in Rural China." Social Sciences in China(02): 67-79+206.

12.Zou Wei and Zhuang Ziyin (1996). "Division of Labor, Transactions and Economic Growth." Social Sciences in China(03): 4-14.

13.Zou Wei and Qian Xuesong (2005). "Financing Cost , Rent Seeking and Capital Allocation inside Firms." Economic Research Journal(05): 64-74.

14.Zou Wei and Zhuang Ziyin (1995). "The Nature, Characteristics and Dynamic Optimization of China's Reform Process." Economic Research Journal(09): 33-39.

15.Zou Wei and Zhou Jie (2007). "The Calculation and Analysis of the Sources of the Inter-provincial Growth Differences in China (1978-2002): An Empirical Study Based on the Counter Factual Income Approach." Management World(07): 37-46.

16.Zhuang Ziyin and Zou Wei (2003). "Does Public Expenditure boost Economic Growth: an Analysis of China’s Experience." Management World(07): 4-12+154.

17.Wei Fucheng, Zou Wei and Ma Wentao (2014). "Collective Action, Political Competition and the Barriers to Development." China Economic Quarterly(02): 601-624.

18.Zou Wei and Liu Yong (2010). "Study on the Dynamic of Skilled Labor, Economic Transformation and Income Inequality." The Journal of World Economy(06): 81-98.

 

Textbooks

12.As deputy editor(1999), New Developments in Development Economics, Wuhan University Press.

13.As lead author(2011), China's Economic Growth and Income Gap: Theoretical Analysis and Empirical Research, Wuhan University Press.

14.The only author(2007), Development Economics: A Framework of Neoclassical Political Economics, Economic Daily Press.

15.The only author, Neoclassical Political Economics in Economic Development Theory: A Theoretical Framework for Studying China's Economic Reform and Development, Wuhan University Press.

16.As chief editor(2011), Advanced Macroeconomics, Tsinghua University Press.

17.The only author(1999), Macroeconomics, China Social Sciences Press.

18.The only author(2014), Nine Days of the Dance: The "Golden Decade" of Hubei Development, Wuhan University Press.

19.As chief editor(2004), Advanced Macroeconomics, Wuhan University Press.

20.As the second coauthor(1997), Government's Macro-control over the Market, Wuhan University Press.

21.As the main translator(2008), Introduction to Economics, Wuhan University Press.

22.As the main translator(2007), Economics: Basic Principles and Hot Issues, Wuhan University Press.

 

 

RESEARCH GRANTS

 

Government-funded grants

Ÿ Liu Yan, Hu Lingyan, Literature Review in Human Resource Management, 50000, 2013, Ref. 201303001

Ÿ Hu Lingyan, Research on Innovation Efficiency in Under-developed Region: From Social Capital and Human Capital Perspective, 20000, 2010, Ref. 105275999

 

Corporate-funded grants

 

International collaborative grants

 

AWARDS AND HONORS

Ÿ Award in the 3rd Teaching Competition at Economics and Management School of Wuhan University, 2010;

Ÿ Top 10 Teachers for Undergraduate Programs at EMS of Wuhan University, the first term of 2010-2011the course of “Cross-cultural Human Resource Management”;

Ÿ Top 10 Teachers for Undergraduate Programs at EMS of Wuhan University, the second term of 2012-2013the course of “Organizational Behavior”;

Ÿ Top 10 Teachers for Undergraduate Programs at EMS of Wuhan University, the second term of 2013-2014the course of “Organizational Behavior”.

 

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