Huang Ping
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Huang Ping

Director-General, Bureau for International Exchange Programmes, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS)

Huang Ping got his Ph.D. at the London School of Economics in 1991. He has been Director-General at the Bureau for International Exchange Programmes, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS) since 2003, and Research Professor of Sociology, Graduate School, CASS, since 1997, Associate Professor since 1992. He was a lecturer in Sociology at Nankai University and Sichuan University in 1980s, and was a visiting fellow at Duke University in 1997, and visiting professor at the Johns Hopkins University in 2002. Prof. Huang's main research interests in globalization include how and why development, poverty, migration are problematic in the age of globalization, and how globalization itself can be a challenge to national societies as well as social sciences.
His recent publications include: 'Environment and the Problem of Ecology, Imagining Tomorrow: Rethinking the Global Challenge', Washington, Merrill Corporation, 2000:123-130; 'Talking about Gender, Globalization, and Labor in a Chinese Context', Signs, Summer, Vol. 26, No. 4, 2001; 'Beyond Boundaries: Imagining Impossibilities', in Asian Leadership Program, 2001 Tokyo: International House of Japan, The Japan Foundation, 2002; 'Sociology and social problem research', a keynote speech at the Presidential Session, the 15th World Congress, International Sociological Association (ISA), Brisbane, Australia, July, 2002; Canadian Journal of Sociology, Vol. 27, No.4, Fall, 2002; China Migration Country Study, with Frank Pieke, A Report to DIFID, London, 2003; and Together with Migrants, with G. Domenach Chich, et al, UNESCO, 2004.

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