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Ye Xingqing

 

Ye Xingqing

2018-02-09

Ye Xingqing is now the Director-General of the Research Department of Rural Economy of the Development Research Center of the State Council (DRC), part-time researcher of China Agricultural University, part-time professor of Jilin Agricultural University, vice chairman of the Chinese Forestry Economic Society, and executive member of the Chinese Agricultural Society.

Sept 1980 – July 1984, he studied at Huazhong Agricultural University, in agricultural economic management, and gained a bachelor's degree;

Sept 1984 – July 1986, he studies at Huazhong Agricultural University, in agricultural economic management, and got a master's degree in 1987;

Sept 1992 – July 1995, he studied at the graduate school of the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, in agricultural economic management, and obtained his PhD degree;

July 1986 – Dec 1992, senior staff member and principal staff member, Poverty Relief Office of the State Council;

Sept 1988 – March 1989, studied at the Roman Management School in Italy;

Dec 1992 – July 2013, deputy director-general, director-general, associate counsel, and counsel, in the agriculture sector of the State Council Research Office;

Ye had been involved in poverty-stricken area development research when he worked in the Poverty Relief Office of the State Council. He had taken part in "China’s poverty-stricken area economic development research", which is the key project in the country's philosophy and social sciences study. He published an academic monograph – Economic Growth in China's Edge Zones in 1990, and many academic papers in the country's professional periodicals.

Ye has conducted in-depth research into the fields of modern agriculture, new village construction, grain circulation, agricultural tax systems, urbanization, rural migrant workers, and land systems, and he has compiled large amounts of research materials, which got the approval of leaders in the State Council, and played an important role in making some crucial decisions.

Honors:

Year

Honors

Rewarded Programs

Prize

Ranking

2012

Research Achievement Prize in the State Council Research Office

Analysis and Suggestions on the Agricultural Products Trade Deficit

First Prize

1

2012

First Session of Official Document Writing Competition in Central State Organs

Opinions and Suggestions on the Land Requisition System

First Prize

1

2011

Research Achievement Prize in the State Council Research Office

Opinions and Suggestions on the Land Requisition System

First Prize

1

2009

Research Achievement Prize in the State Council Research Office

Double Abandonment Should Not Become a Prerequisite of Rural Workers Going to the Cities and Settling there

Third Prize

1

2009

Research Achievement Prize in the State Council Research Office

Research on the Transfer and Employment of Rural Labor

Third Prize

3

2007

Research Achievement Prize in the State Council Research Office

Emphasis on Rural Minimum Subsistence Guarantee System and Poverty Relief and Development

Second Prize

1

2007

Research Achievement Prize in the State Council Research Office

Rural Migrant Workers Back Home for Running Business – Survey and Suggestions on the Conditions in 3 Provinces and 5 Counties

Third Prize

1

2005

Research Achievement Prize in the State Council Research Office

Corrections of Incorrect Income Growth Methods in Some Towns

Third Prize

1

2005

Research Achievement Prize in the State Council Research Office

How An Underdeveloped Area Promotes New Village Construction – Survey on Ganzhou, Jiangxi province

Third Prize

1

2004

Research Achievement Prize in the State Council Research Office

Measures and Suggestions on Preventing Disorder Requisition and Abuse of Land

First Prize

4

2003

Research Achievement Prize in the State Council Research Office

Suggestions on Promoting Coordinated Development in Urban-Rural Areas

Second Prize

4

2002

Research Achievement Prize in the State Council Research Office

Proper Ways of Publicizing and Reporting Quality Safety of Agricultural Products

Third Prize

1

2001

Key Research Achievement Prize in the State Council Research Office

Suggestions on Resolving Villagers’ Problems with lack of Grain

 

1

1989

Ministry of Agriculture’s Second Youth Excellent Papers Competition

Essence of China’s Agricultural Problems and Other Related Questions

Third Prize

1

1987

Second Session of Youth Excellent Papers Competition in Central State Organs

Study on Employment of Agricultural Surplus Labor in Low-income Areas

Second Prize

1

1987

Ministry of Agriculture’s First Youth Excellent Papers Competition

Study on Employment of Agricultural Surplus Labor in Low-income Areas

First Prize

1