Liu Zhibiao
Email: zbliu@nju.edu.cn
Liu Zhibiao is the director and chairman of the Yangtze IDEI of Nanjing University and the chief expert in industrial economic research. He was born in 1959 in Danyang Jiangsu. He now serves as a professor of economics and doctoral supervisor at Nanjing University. He is a member of the Economics Department of the Social Science Committee at the Ministry of Education.

He currently serves as a member of the 12th National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, is a member of the 12th Jiangsu Commission of Discipline Inspection, editor-in-chief of the Nanjing Business Review journal, and editorial board member of several journals, including the Journal of Nanjing University. He serves concurrently as a member of the Market Supervision Expert Committee of State Administration for Industry and Commerce and a member of the GVC Expert Committee of the Ministry of Commerce. He has published over 40 academic works and around 500 academic papers in both Chinese and English. His works have won more than ten academic awards from provincial and ministerial government departments. Simultaneously, he has actively given advice and suggestions regarding China's economic development. His consulting reports have been approved by central and provincial leaders over 20 times. He is predominantly engaged in research related to the industrial economy, regional economy and the global value chain. He served as the Dean of the School of Business of Nanjing University, secretary of the Party Committee, and director of the Jiangsu Provincial Academy of Social Sciences. He is also the president and deputy secretary of the Nanjing University of Finance and Economics.

Academic honor:
First group of Trans-Century Young and Middle-Aged Academic Backbones of Nanjing University (1992); first group of selected candidates for the Trans-Century Training Programme for the Talents by the Ministry of Education (1997); first group of national candidates for the New Century Talent Project by seven ministries and commissions, including the Ministry of Personnel (2004); first group of liberal arts Cheung Kong Scholars and distinguished professors by the Ministry of Education (Economics, 2005); first level 333 talents and chief young and middle-aged scientists of Jiangsu (2007); social science master of Jiangsu (2015).
Publishing monograph(Part of the work)
Published papers(Some papers)