He Pin


2014-12-30 12:00

Professional title: editor& approver

Field of research: regional economics, economic sociology

Basic information: born in January, 1971, graduated with a Ph.D. from School of Economics of Sichuan University majoring in Political Economy in 2007; currently in the position of deputy editor-in-chief of Social Science Research; mainly specializes in editorship of comprehensive academic journals and research in regional economics and economic sociology.Main research achievements: author of The Cultural Productivity in Modern Regional Economic Development, co-author of Building a Prosperity Jointly  A Research Report on How to Develop Chengdu-Chongqing Economic Zone, Introduction to Community Spiritual Civilization Construction, Vitality of Marxism etc.; published many theses in CSSCI periodicals that have been reprinted by NPC Copy Materials many times, including, among others, An All-dimensional Regional Development of Western China in the Globalization Background, On the Cultural Power and Regional Economic Development, On Coordinated Regional Development and Blend of Regional Culture, On Regional Culture and Characteristic Regional Economy etc.; main topics of researchinclude “research on development of Chengdu-Chongqing economic zone”, “research on cultural construction in new socialist villages”, “research on economic development and ecological environment re-construction in the West”, “drive the economic and social development in rural areas by promoting the agricultural, scientific and educational development”, “research on simultaneous construction of the economic zone in upstream Yangtze River and ecological protective screen and a coordination mechanism, as well as many other state-level research topics; the co-authored Building a Prosperity Jointly  A Research Report on How to Develop Chengdu-Chongqing Economic Zone has received the first-prize award in the 12th Philosophy and Social Sciences Outstanding Research Achievement Award in Sichuan Province.  


2014-12-30 11:02
He Jinping