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Hongbin Peng

  • Release date:2011-08-04 08:55:00

 

Name

Peng Hongbin

Year of Birth

Dec.25th,1967

Department

Applied Economics

Phone No.

(86-10)6891-8902(O); 1364-1327-456

Email

phb2866@bit.edu.cn

Address

School of Management & Economics, Beijing Institute of Technology, 5 South Zhongguancun Street, Haidian District Beijing

Zip Code

100081

Introduction

   Peng Hongbin is an Associate Professor in SME of BIT, member of Scholar Commission of SME of BIT. Also, Prof. Peng is part-time professor in Sungkyunkwan University. He used to be vice-Dean of Dept. of Applied Economics. He had been a visiting scholar to Waseda University for one year.

Experiences

July~August,2008, professor, Sungkyunkwan University, Korea.

March,2005~April,2006, visiting scholar, Waseda University, Japan.

July,2002~present, associate professor, Department of Applied Economics , School of Management and Economics, BIT

July,1997~June,2002,lecturer, Department of International Trade, School of Management and Economics, BIT

July,1996~June,1997, teaching assistant, Department of International Trade, School of Management and Economics, BIT

Research Interests

  International Trade Theory and Policy ,Regional Integration , Foreign Trade Policy ,The basic rules of WTO and Application, Sustainable Development of Foreign Trade, Theory and Methods of  Enterprises’ Multinational Management, Multinational Investment ,International Service Trade , Hi-Tech Products Trade, International Technology Transfer,  Comparative Study of International Competitive Power of Industry, Regional Economy.

Selected Publications

Published nearly 40 papers in domestic and international core periodical and international conferences, many of which are transcribed by copy material of Renmin University of China. the author of On the Sustainable Development of Chinese Foreign Trade and co-editor of more than 14 text books such as International Trade Theory and Practice, International Finance, Politic Economics, Modern Schools of Western Economics, and Stock Exchange Practice.

Research Projects

 Participated in many projects supported by National Social Science Fund, Ministry of Science and Technology, or Beijing Municipal Commission.

Prizes and Honors