Hong Cheng, Professor, Doctoral Supervisor and Ph.D. in Economics, now serves as Dean of Institute of Quality Development Strategy in Wuhan University, Director of Macro-quality Management Collaborative Innovation Center in Hubei Province, Director of China Enterprise Survey and Data Center, Member of National Manufacturing Strategy Advisory Committee, Member of Advisory Committee of Hubei Provincial Government, Member of Network and Market Regulation Advisory Committee, Chief Editor of Journal of Macro-quality Research (CSSCI Expanded), and Visiting Scholar of Stanford University and Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.
Professor Hong Cheng also acted as chief expert of Major Tender Projects of National Social Science Fund as well as Major Research Projects of the Ministry of Education. Hong Cheng has been working on both theoretical and empirical research on labor conflicts in China, including labor conflicts between urban residents and rural residents under the household registration (Hukou) system, labor conflicts between state-owned and private enterprises, and conflicts between rising labor costs and business performance.
Professor Cheng has successfully launched the first Employer-Employee Survey in China, the world’s largest developing economy, with the joint efforts of Professor Hongbin Li of Stanford University, Professor Albert Park of Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, and Professor Du Yang of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.
Over 100 research papers on those topics mentioned have been published in China’s leading academic journals. His academic works and publications including Quality Innovation and China Economic Development and Cycle theory of institutional change: A general theory and research on China's economic reformare well received and widely quoted in China. A large number of his research achievements have received important instructions by State-level ad Ministry-level government leaders.