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Fu Jingyun

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Full Name: Fu Jingyun

Gender: Female

Date of Birth: October 14, 1978

Degree: Ph. D of Economics

Research Field: Economic Integration in Northeast Asia and East Asia

Position: Associate Professor

Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS)

 

Experience: 

Visiting Scholar at Stockholm School of Economics            April-July 2011

Visiting Scholar at Boston University                       September 2015

 

Education:

Graduate School of CASS, Beijing, P.R.China                 2006- 2009

Dept. of Asia-Pacific Studies

Ph. D of Economics

Peking University, Beijing, P.R.China                        2000- 2002

Dept. of Russian Language and Literature

Master of Arts

Peking University, Beijing, P.R.China                        1996- 2000

China Center for Economic Research\Dept. of Russian Language and Literature

Bachelor of Economics and Bachelor of Arts

 

Monograph:

The Ruble Credit Crisis and the Collapse of The Soviet Union, Social Sciences Academic Press (China), 2012.

 

Papers:

1.       “Evolution of Japan’s FTA Policy”, International Economic Review (China), 2011, No. 4.

2.       “Exploring Economic Cooperation Mechanism in Northeast Asia from the Perspective of Intra-regional Trade”, Northeast Asia Forum (China), 2011, No. 4.

3.       “East Asian Cooperation from the Perspective of Integration Sequence”, World Economics and Politics (China), 2012, No. 6.

4.       “Russian and East Asian Cooperation: Motivations, Problems and Perspectives”, Russian East European & Central Asian Studies (China), 2012, No. 2.

5.       “The Trend of Asia-Pacific Cooperation: Towards a New Dual Framework”, Asia-Pacific Economic Review (China), 2013, No. 4.

6.       “Economic Relations between Russia and Asian Countries in Post-Crisis Era”, Russian East European & Central Asian Studies (China), 2013, No. 2.

7.       “An Analysis of the Evolution of Russia’s Multi-dimensional Regional Cooperation Strategy from the Perspective of New Regionalism”, Chinese Journal of European Studies (China), 2013, No. 4.

8.       “Russia-Belarus-Kazakhstan Customs Union: Evolution, Motivations and Perspectives”, Russian East European & Central Asian Studies (China), 2014, No. 2.

9.       “Shale Gas Revolution, Ukraine Crisis and Russia-EU Energy Relations”, Chinese Journal of European Studies (China), 2014, No. 6.

10.   “The Evolution Logic of Natural Gas Order in Northeast Asia”, Northeast Asia Forum (China), 2015, No. 4.

11.   “ Russia’s Structural Power in World Energy System and Sino-Russian Energy Cooperation”,  Russian, East European & Central Asian Studies (China), 2016, No.2.

 

Reports:

1.       “Regional Economic Cooperation in Northeast Asia”, in Li Xiangyang (ed.)’s Annual Report on Development of Asia-Pacific, Social Sciences Academic Press (China), 2010.

2.       “Intra-regional Economic Cooperation between China, Japan and ROK”, in Li Xiangyang (ed.)’s Annual Report on Development of Asia-Pacific, Social Sciences Academic Press (China), 2011.

3.       “Progress and Prospect of China-Japan-ROK FTA”, in Li Xiangyang (ed.)’s Annual Report on Development of Asia-Pacific, Social Sciences Academic Press (China), 2012.

4.       “Problems and Path Choice of China-Japan-ROK FTA in Post-Crisis Era”, in Li Xiangyang (ed.)’s Annual Report on Development of Asia-Pacific, Social Sciences Academic Press (China), 2013.

5.       “New Development of China-Japan-ROK FTA and Its Prospects”, in Li Xiangyang (ed.)’s Annual Report on Development of Asia-Pacific, Social Sciences Academic Press (China), 2014.

6.       The Silk Road Economic Belt and the Eurasian Economic Union: The Coordination of Two Strategies, Social Sciences Academic Press (China), 2016.

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