Fan Gang is a Chinese prominent economist and one active reform advocates. He is currently serving as a professor at the Graduate School of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and at the Peking University HSBC Business School, as well as the director of China’s National Economic Research Institute. He is also the Secretary-General of the China Reform Foundation. His academic papers mostly cover institution transformation, macroeconomic stabilization; fiscal reform and the central-local relation; financial market, monetary policy and inflation; enterprise behaviour and state sector reform, social dimensions of the economic restructuring. He was appointed to the Monetary Policy Commission of the People’s Bank of China in June 2015.
- Fan, Gang. “China’s Economy Is in Balance.” New Perspective Quarterly 24.4. (2010): 14-16
- Fan, Gang. “China’s Nonperforming Loans And National Comprehensive Liability.” Asian Economic Papers 2.1 (2003): 145. Business Source Complete. Web. 13 May 2015.
- Fan, Gang. “Government as a Public Opinion.” Chinese Economy. 32.4. (1999): 18-28.
- —. “State Enterprise Reform as a Source of Macroeconomic Instability: The Case of China.” Asian Economic Journal 10.3 (1996): 207-24.
- —. “The Optimization Research on Ore Transportation System of Yangtze River.” ProQuest, UMI Dissertations Publishing, 2002.
- —. “On the Reform Process.” Chinese Economic Studies. 29.2. (1996): 60-95.
- Fan, Gang, et al. “China’s Growth Adjustment: Moderation and Structural Changes.” Economic change and restructuring 46.1 (2013): 9-24.
- Fan, Gang, and Yan Lv. “Fiscal Prudence and Growth Sustainability: An Analysis of China’s Public Debts.” Asian economic policy review 7.2 (2012): 202-20.
- Chai, Joseph C. H., Fan, Gang.,, & Y. Y. Kueh. “Nature and Scope of the Survey Data.” ndustrial Reform and Macroeconomic Instability in China. Ed. Kueh, Yak-yeow., Chai, Joseph C.H., & Fan, Gang. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1999.
- Fan, Gang, Bijun Wang, and Yiping Huang. “Intraregional Cross-Holding of Reserve Currencies：A Proposal for Asia to Deal with the Global Reserve Risks.” 中国与世界经济：英文版 21.4 (2013): 14-35.
- —. “China’s Nonperforming Loans and National Comprehensive Liability.” Asian economic papers 2.1 (2003): 145-52.
- —. “Incremental Changes and Dual-Track Transition: Understanding the Case of China.” Economic Policy 9.19 (1994): 99.
- —. The Economics of Climate Change in China: Towards a Low-Carbon Economy. Washington, DC; London: Earthscan, 2011.
- Wang, Daili, Yiping Huang, and Gang Fan. “Will theRenminbibecome a Reserve Currency?” China Economic Journal 8.1 (2015): 55-73.
- Fan, Gang, Wang Xiaolu, and Ma Guangrong. “The Contribution of Marketization to China＇s Economic Growth.” 中国经济学人：英文版 7.2 (2012): 4-14.
- —. “How to View the Problems in China’s Economy?—In Response to the Notion of ‘Coming Collapse of China’ ”, China & World Economy. 5. (2002): 3-8
- He Liping, and Fan Gang. “Consumer Finance in China: Recent Development Trends.” China and World Economy. 6. (2003)
- —. “Currency Asymmetry, Global Imbalances, and Rethinking of the International Currency System.” Global Imbalances and the US Debt Problem: Should Developing Countries Support the
- US Dollar? Ed. Jan Joost Teunissen and Age Akkerman. FONDA, The Hague. 2006. 87-105.
- Fan, Gang., and Wing Thye Woo.“‘Sequencing’ or ‘Parallel Partial Progression’: Incoherence Cost and the Optimal Path of Institutional Transformation.” Social Sciences in China. (2006): 87-96.
Translation of book/Articles in Collection Books
- Fan, Gang. “Industrial Reform as a Major Cause of Inflation.” Industrial Reform and Macroeconomic Instability in China. Ed. Kueh, Yak-yeow., Chai, Joseph C.H., & Fan, Gang. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1999.
- Fan, Gang. “The Dynamics of Transition in Ownership Structure”, Dilemmas of China’s Growth in the Twenty-First Century. Ed. Ligang Song, ANU E Press 2013 26-39.
- Fan, Gang. “Financial Market Liberalization and Economic Stability in China”, Financial Markets and Policies in East Asia. Ed. by Gordon de Brouwer. Hoboken: Routledge, 2002. 157-168
- —. “The Dual-Transformation of China: Past 20 Years and 50 Years Ahead.” Emerging Market Economies: Globalization and Development. Ed. Kołodko, Grzegorz W. Burlington, VT; Aldershot, Hants, England: Ashgate, 2003.
- —. “China’s ‘compatible opening’: Lessons from the Asian Crisis”, China Today. Ed. by Taciana Fisac and Leila Fernandez-Stembridge, RoutledgeCurzon. 2003. 28-52.
- —–. “Short-term policies and long-term strategies for solving China’s grain supply problems”(1995) China’s Economic Reform. Ed. Christopher Howe, Y. Y. Kueh and Robert Ash. RoutledgeCurzon, 2003.
- —-. ““China throws itself into international competition: agriculture faces a new challenge” (1993), China’s Economic Reform. Ed. by Christopher Howe, Y. Y. Kueh and Robert Ash. Routledge Curzon, 2003. 278-290.
- —-. “Reform and Development: The Dual-Transformation of China”, China—Enabling a New Era of Changes. Ed. Pamela C.M. Mar & Frank-Jurgen Richter. Singapore: John Wiley & Sons (Asia), 2003.
- Fan, Gang., and Zhang, Xiaojing. “The Chinese Reform Agenda.” China’s Role in Asia and the World Economy: Fostering Stability and Growth. Ed. Jan Joost Teunissen. Fondad: The Hague, The Netherlands, 2003. 11-32.
- Wang, Xiaolu., Fan, Gang., and Zhu, Hengpeng. “Marketisation in China: progress and contribution to growth.” China linking markets for growth. Ed. Ross Garnaut and Ligang Song. ANU E Press and Asia Pacific Press., 2007. 30-44
- —-. “Renminbi Revaluation and US Dollar Depreciation.” Debating China’s Exchange Rate Policy. Ed. Morris Goldstein & Nicholas Lardy. Washington DC: Peterson Institute for International Economics. 2008.
Full list of his work can be found at: http://english.phbs.pku.edu.cn/index.php?m=content&c=index&a=show&catid=627&id=6