Hu Xingdou is a professor of economics at Beijing Institute of Technology, and guides the work of graduate students in fields such as politics, economic development, constitutional government, and business management. He is the author of multiple books, including The China Problem, Ancient Chinese Management, and a compilation of essays on China’s disadvantaged social groups. He often blogs on corruption, social, and legal issues. Hu is the founder of China Studies (Sinology), and is one of 20 forum members of the China Society of Economic Reform, one of China’s foremost public intellectuals, and one of the country’s most prominent voices on the Internet.
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