Chi Fulin Chi Fulin  

  President of China Institute for Reform and Development 

  Professor Chi Fulin is the Senior Research Fellow and Supervisor of Ph.D. candidates at China Institute for Reform and Development (CIRD). He has served two consecutive terms as Member of the 11th and 12th National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference.

  Concurrently, Professor Chi is Vice President of China Society of Administrative Reform, Vice President of China Society of Economic Reform, and Vice Chairman of China Enterprise Confederation. He is also advisor to the Government of Hainan.

  He is committed to researches in the field of economic transition theory and practice. He has proposed reform-related policy recommendations such as government transformation, equalization of access to basic public services, and giving farmers long-term and guaranteed land-use rights.

  In recent years, his research mainly includes public-service-oriented government, equalization of access to basic public services, and administrative system reform. He has published more than 30 monographs such as Second Round of Reforms and China: Historic Transformation in the 12th Five-Year Plan Period. He has been chief editor of over 70 publications including A Decisive Choice to Advance Economic Transition, Decisive Role of the Market, and Bonus from Reforms. He has also published more than 800 academic articles in domestic and foreign journals and submitted to relevant government authorities a large number of research reports and policy proposals on reforms.

  In 2002, he was awarded as “National Outstanding Professional” which was jointly granted by the Organization Department of the CPC Central Committee, the Publicity Department of the CPC Central Committee, Ministry of Personnel and Ministry of Science and Technology. In 2009, he was selected as “One of the 100 Economists Who Have Influenced China’s Economic Development over the Last 60 Years”.