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WANG Zhenzhen
2020-07-14 15:29  

I. Personal basic information

        Name: Wang Zhenzhen

Faculty: School of Public Administration, Social Work Research Center

Title: Associate Professor

Email :794097287@qq.com

Mentor: Master tutor

Current position: none

Research Direction: Human Capital and Urbanization Development of Higher Education; Fund Pension Security

 

II. Personal history

1. Education experience

   Starting and ending

                 time

                         Unit

Degree awarded

           2007-2011

Shandong First Medical University

(formerly Taishan Medical College)

Bachelor's degree

           2012-2015

                Liaoning University

Master's degree

           2015-2018

                Liaoning University

Doctor's degree

2. Work experience

Starting and ending time

                                     Unit

 Job positions

      2018-09 to date

Liaoning University School of Public Administration

Associate Professor

3. Professional affiliations

2019.10 to date, individual member of the branch of China health information and health care big data society

 

III. Lectures

1. Land Administration Management

Grade: Master

First semester of academic year 2018-2019

Total course hours :54

Introduction :

Land administration, on the basis of absorbing the current research of land administration theory and time innovation, teaches the basic theory and content of land administration from the perspective of administration. From the basic concepts of administrative management and land administration management, the course systematically expounds the theoretical system of land administration, which is divided into four parts: first, the basic theory of land administration; second, the operation law of land administration; third, the main content of land administration; fourth, land administration regulations and ethics. This course includes the contents of the reform of the land administration system in our country, such as the vertical management system below the province, the land supervision system and so on. It also deals with the hot issues of land use right circulation, land expropriation, land conflict and regional land administration. After each chapter theory lecture, the matching case analysis, helps the student to understand the related question better.

2. Western Economics

Grade: Master

First semester of academic year 2019-2020

Total course hours :32

Introduction :

Western economics is an economic paradigm established by using western linear asymmetric thinking mode, which mainly includes two parts: microeconomics and macroeconomics. Microeconomics is a science that studies the rational allocation of economic resources by households, firms and markets. Take the economic behavior of a single economic unit as the object; take the rational allocation of resources as the main problem to solve; take the price theory as the central theory; take the individual quantity analysis as the method; its basic assumption is the market clearing, the complete rationality, the sufficient information. Macroeconomics is the science of making full use of economic resources in the overall operation of the national economy. Taking the operation of the whole national economy as the object; taking the full use of resources as the main problem to solve; taking the national income decision theory as the central theory; taking the total amount analysis as the method, its basic assumption is market failure and government effectiveness. Good at quantitative analysis, in the name of "positivism" to put the positivism of economics and normative opposition, is the basic model of western economics, basic structure and basic function. Linear, abstract and one-sidedness are the basic characteristics of western economic paradigm.

IV. Research outcome

 1. Representative Papers

[1] “Ecological compensation methods and measurement-Based on the perspective of population economics”, Social Sciences in China (inside manuscripts), 2016(11), Calibration of class A

[2] “Research on ecological compensation theory based on population age structure”, Economist, 2017(04), Calibration of class B(CSSCI)

[3] “The Threshold Effect of the Higher Education Human Capital on Population Urbanization”, PopulationDevelopment, Calibration of class B(CSSCI)

[4] “The influence of industrial transfer and rural residents' income on urbanization level”, Urban Problems,2017(04), Calibration of class C(CSSCI)

[5] “Higher Education Human Capital and the Inclusive Urbanization”, Economic Survey, 2017(09), Calibration of class C(CSSCI)

[6] “Study of the Impact of Higher Education Human Capital on Urbanization”, Journal of Huazhong University of Science and Technology(Social Science Edition),2018(01), C(CSSCI)

[7] “City Size, Threshold Effect and Human Capital Externality”, The Journal of Shanghai Administration Institute, 2018(03), Calibration of class C(CSSCI)

[8] “The evolution of environmental economy thought and its realistic value-- from the perspective of production value to life value”, Theory Monthly, 2017(07), Core of Peking University

2. Research Projects

[1] “Imization and Design of the Old-age System for the Sustainable Development of the New Three-pillar ‘Olive Type’”, project of the National Natural Science Foundation of China, sub-project leader;

[2] “Antification of Site Damage, Value Assessment and Compensation for Damage”, key project of National key research and development plan of Ministry of Science and Technology, sub-project leaders;

[3] “Mechanism Analysis and Empirical Study on the Wage Gap in the Areas Affected by Industrial Agglomeration”, Liaoning University 2019 Humanities and Social Sciences Youth Fund Project, Moderator;

[4] “Research on the Effect of Human Capital of Higher Education on the Development Quality of Urbanization in Liaoning Province”, "Seedling" project for young scientific and technological talents of Liaoning Provincial Department of Education, Moderator;

[5] “Study on the moderate level of pension contribution and the balance of total supply and demand of funds in government institution”, NSFC project, Main participants;

[6] “Study on Population Structure and Scale of Shenyang”, 2019 Research Project of Shenyang Municipal Government New Think Tank, Main participants;

V. Main observations

The expansion of human capital in higher education (direct effect) will promote regional urbanization by increasing the efficiency of modern industry and the matching employment of low-skilled labor force. The contribution of the two mechanisms to the direct effect is 58.53%, and the increase in the proportion of human capital in higher education (indirect effect) is mainly through the externality of human capital produced by the exchange of high-skilled labor force to enhance the urbanization level, and this influence mechanism is strengthened by the expansion of urban scale. The policy implication is that with the arrival of the post-industrial era, the agglomeration of human capital and its externality in higher education are becoming more and more important to the development of urbanization, and the accumulation of high human capital in the region should be strengthened by increasing investment in higher education, improving public services and deepening the reform of household registration system.

 

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