Position:  Home >> Faculty >> School of Economics >> Content

LIN Muxi

Date: 2016-12-07    Source: 

LIN Muxi, Ph.D. in Economics, is Professor of Economics at School of Economics of Liaoning University,Doctoral Supervisor, Member of Discipline Assessment Board of the State Council of China, Distinguished Professor of China Recruitment Program of 10,000 Global Experts, Chaired Professor of Yangtze River Scholars Program of the Ministry of Education of China,China National Distinguished Professor,and Expert-Panel Member of the Discipline Planning and Assessment Board of China National Social Science Fund.

Professor Lin has long been active in and recognized for his research in political economy, national economics, regional economics, economic history of New China, and a range of other fields. Professor Lin is exceptionally productive in the study of the renovation and revitalization of the Old Industrial Bases of the Northeastern region of China. The Economic History of New China, edited by Professor Lin, is the first economic history of modern New China inKorean edition since the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and the Republic of Korea. During recent years, Professor Lin has numerous papers published in Japan, the Republic of Korea, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. He has published more than a hundred research papers in China and international peer-reviewed journals and received over a dozen of honors and awards at provincial, ministerial, and national levels.

As a visiting scholar, Professor Lin has participated inthe academic activities in StanfordUniversity, HarvardUniversity, OxfordUniversity, KansaiUniversity, and MoscowFinancialUniversity under the Government of the Russian Federation as well as other higher institutions and universities in Australia, Singapore, Switzerland, France, and Canada. Professor Lin has also served in think tanks of municipal and provincial governments and in positions of a number of publicly listed corporations, and played an influential role in government and corporate (or business groups) decision-making.