Hanhong Wu

Renmin University of China
Professor

Professor WU Hanhong is the Professor of Economics at the School of Economics at Renmin University of China (RUC). He also is Director of the Research Center of Industrial Economy and Competition Policy of RUC. He earned his Ph.D. in Economics at RUC in 1994. Professor Wu was also a senior visiting scholar to the Catholic University of Louvain in Belgium and the Georgetown University in the US; a member of All China Foreign Economics Institute; the vice Chairman of Beijing Foreign Economics Institute; as well as a member of the expert group responsible for reviewing and revising China’s Anti-Monopoly Law. Professor Wu’s major researching fields include industrial organisation and competition policy. He has been taking the lead and has participated in many state-level and provincial-level projects, and has published dozens of theses on industrial economy analysis and competition policy. He was also the editor-in-chief of the book series Industrial Economy and Competition Policy, and had taken charge and participated in translating a number of academic work on foreign industrial economy analysis and competition policy. Currently, he is appointed as a member of the Expert Advisory Group under State Council Antimonopoly Committee in China and State Administration for Industry and Commerce of China (SAIC).

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