The U. S.-China Foreign Exchange Controversy: The View from China
Third Annual Annual Wan-lin Kiang Lecture, at UC Irvine, presents Li Yang, Director General of the Institute of Finance & Banking, Beijing
Thursday, May 18, 2006
7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Social Science Hall
Dr. Li Yang is the Director General of the Institute of Finance & Banking at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS). He holds a B. A. in Economics from Anhui University; an M.A. in money and banking from the Department of World Economics from Fudan University; and a Ph.D. in public finance from the People’s University of China, in Beijing.
In 1998 to 1999 he was an invited visiting scholar at Columbia University. He has served as Director General of the Finance Research Center at CASS, the Deputy Director General of the CASS Institute of Finance and Trade, and Member of the Monetary Policy Committee at the People’s Bank of China (China’s central bank).
He has also held positions on the Chinese Financial Market Development Committee of the Pacific Economic Corporate Committee and on the Executive Committee of the China Society of Public Finance, as well as serving as Deputy Chief Secretary of the Academic Committee of the China Society of Finance and Banking.
Dr. Yang is the recipient of numerous awards for his written work, including the Outstanding Monograph Prize in 2001 given by CASS; in 1992 he was named one of “The State Outstanding Specialists with Remarkable Contributions to the Country,” an honor which was awarded by the State Council (China’s cabinet).
Dr. Yang is the author of 16 monographs on topics such as security markets, urban housing reform, capital markets, and financial globalization, and has produced over 300 essays and working papers.
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