Chi Fulin  

President of China Institute for Reform and Development 

  

Mr. Chi Fulin, professor, chief research fellow and Ph.D student supervisor, is currently president of China Institute for Reform and Development (CIRD). He has been a member of the 11th and 12th National Committee of CPPCC. He has been invited to be vice chairman of China Society of Economic Reform, vice chairman of China Society of Administrative Reform, and distinguished professor at universities including Chinese Academy of Governance, Peking University and Northeastern University. He has served as a member of the National Experts Committee for Programming Economic and Social Development in the 13th Five-year Plan Period, been appointed vice chairman of the Expert Committee for Market Supervision of the State Administration for Industry & Commerce. He is also policy decision-making advisor for provincial governments such as Guangdong and Hainan.

 

He, as an expert, has been entitled to the State Council’s special allowances. He has been awarded “the Five-One Project Publications Prize”, the Sun Yefang Economic Science Award and the China Development Research Award. He is also awarded the title of “Top Outstanding Talents in China” and selected as one of the “100 Economists Who Have Influenced China’s Economic Construction in the Last 60 Years”. His works are selected and included in the Overview on the academic Achievements of Well-known Chinese Scientists in the 20th Century (Economics Volume).