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Name Cheng Hong
E-mail 919637855@qq.com
Titles Dean of IQDS and Professor of Economics
Tel 86-027-68752131
Address Institute of quality development strategy ,old foreign building, Wuhan University, Wuhan 430072, China
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Cheng Hong, Professor, Doctoral Supervisor and Ph. D. in Economics, Visiting Scholar of Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (2014) and Stanford University (2016-2017), is Dean of Institute of Quality Development Strategy, Director of China Enterprise Survey and Data Center and Director of Management Committee of China Employer-Employee Survey (CEES). He now serves as Guest Editor of International Journal of Conflict Management (IJCM, SSCI journal), and is also the Funding and Chief Editor of Journal of Macro-quality Research since 2013. His research interests encompass China's economic transition, quality of economic development, product quality governance and regulation, and entrepreneurship and innovation. He received the First China Quality Award Nomination from the Chinese government in 2013.  

Professor Cheng Hong is member of the Expert Panel of Quality Development Plan (2011-2020) by the State Council, chief expert of National Social Science Fund Tender Projects, chief expert of Major Research Projects by the Ministry of Education and leader of more than 10 State-level Major Research Projects. He is mainly engaged in scientific research on supply-side structural reform, micro-level product service quality and double-upgrading mechanism and approach of micro-economic growth and quality in the context of economic transition, and entrepreneurship and firm quality innovation strategy etc. Some research results have received important instructions by state-level and industry-level leaders. He is also the leader of Review and Consulting Expert Panel of "National Quality Demonstration Cities" and member of the Review Panel of "Changjiang Scholar Professor" by the Ministry of Education. 

Cheng Hong has been working on theoretical and empirical research on China's conflicts, including labor conflicts between urban residents and rural residents under the household registration (Hukou) system, labor conflicts between state-owned and private enterprises, and conflicts between rising labor costs and business performance.

Over 100 research papers have been published on those topics in China's leading academic journals. He also set up a new subject "macro-quality management" and published the first academic monograph Macro-quality Management in this area, which established the theoretical framework of macro management of the government in quality. His books including What's Wrong with the Chinese Quality, What should be done with the Chinese Quality, Quality Innovation and China Economic Development and Macro-quality Statistics and Analysis are well received.

Professor Cheng Hong, expert lecturer of Theory Learning Panel of the Party Committee and the Government in more than 10 provinces and municipalities, was invited to make supply-side structural reform and quality lectures in over 100 cities (including counties and districts) and his audiences exceed 100,000 people. He set up quality engineering major for master degree and recruited the first Ph. D. student in macro-quality management. He also initiated to have set up "Macro-quality Management Training Program" for talents training in quality, which has been recognized as a well-known talents training brand in macro-quality management in China.   

Since 2012, Professor Cheng Hong has taken charge of the China Employer-Employee Survey (CEES). Based on the survey project above, Professor Cheng has conducted in-depth cooperation with Professor Albert Park from Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, a famous economist in labor area, Professor Li Hongbin from Tsinghua University, the most renowned academic scholar among Chinese economists, Professor Cai Fang, vice dean of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and Professor Du Yang from Institute of Population and Labor Economics. The CEES has been well recognized as the first high-quality enterprise-employee survey in a large developing economy among the international academics owing to its compact questionnaire design, rigorous random sampling and scientific quality control. It has collected rich samples and data on labor conflicts from more than 1000 enterprises and more than 10000 employees in China.

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