Chen Yulu

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Chen Yulu
陈雨露
Deputy Governor of People's Bank of China
Assumed office
October 2015
GovernorZhou Xiaochuan
President of Renmin University of China
In office
November 2011 – October 2015
Preceded byJi Baocheng
Succeeded byLiu Wei
President of Beijing Foreign Studies University
In office
March 2010 – November 2011
Preceded byHao Ping
Succeeded byHan Zhen
Personal details
BornNovember 1966 (age 54)
Gaocheng, Hebei, China
Political partyCommunist Party of China
Alma materRenmin University of China
Chinese name
Traditional Chinese陳雨露
Simplified Chinese陈雨露

Chen Yulu (Chinese: 陈雨露; born November 1966) is a Chinese economist, educator, author, and politician who has been deputy governor of People's Bank of China since October 2015.[1][2] He has previously held appointments in the Renmin University of China as the president.[3]

He is a visiting professor at Milton S. Eisenhower Foundation and Columbia University. He is vice-president of All-China Youth Federation (ACYF). He is vice-chairman, deputy secretary-general and executive director of China International Finance Society.

Biography[edit]

Early life[edit]

Chen was born in November 1966, in Gaocheng County of Shijiazhuang, Hebei, with his ancestral home in Chenghai County, Guangdong.[4] His great-great-grandfather was a calligrapher, his great-grandfather was an official in the Qing government.[4] His grandfather Chen Xu (陈恕) was an educator who settled down in British Hong Kong after the Chinese Civil War.[4] His uncle Chen Xiaodong (陈晓中) is the former president of Beijing Planetarium, and his another uncle Chen Ju (陈榘) is a professor at Hubei Normal University.[4] After the high school, he joined the PLA Air Force as a soldier. In 1957 when Mao Zedong launched his Anti-Rightist Movement against intellectuals, his father was sent to the May Seventh Cadre Schools to do farm work, in Yangtai Village of Shijiangzhuang, capital of Hebei, where he was born.[4]

Career[edit]

Five years after the resumption of college entrance examination, he studied, then taught at the Renmin University of China. He taught there between 1989 and 2010, what he was promoted to Associate Professor in February 1993 and to full Professor in May 1997. He served as Executive Vice-Dean of its Finance College in 1997, and five years later promoted to the Dean position. In May 2005 he was promoted to become its vice-president, he remained in that position until March 2010, when he was transferred to Beijing Foreign Studies University (BFSU) and appointed the president.[5] After a year and half, he was transferred back to Renmin University and served as the president there, a position at vice-ministerial level. In late October, 2015, the Organization Department of the Communist Party of China appointed him as deputy governor of People's Bank of China, China's central bank.[6] He is also an adviser to the China Finance 40 Forum (CF40).[7]

Selected publications[edit]

Books[edit]

  • 《中国农村金融论纲》 [Chinese Rural Finance] (in Chinese). Beijing: China Finance Publishing House. 2010. ISBN 9787504955265.
  • 《金钱统治》 [Money Rules] (in Chinese). Nanjing, Jiangsu: Jiangsu Literature and Art Publishing House. 2011. ISBN 9787539931432.
  • 《中国金融体系大趋势》 [Trend of China's Financial System] (in Chinese). Beijing: China Finance Publishing House. 2011. ISBN 9787504961204.
  • 《中国是部金融史》 [China is the History of Finance] (in Chinese). Beijing: Beijing Lianhe Publishing House. 2013. ISBN 9787550212527.
  • 《抢钱的世界:全球货币通史1-2》 [Other People's Money: Global Monetary History] (in Chinese). Guangzhou, Guangdong: Guangdong Tourism Publishing House. 2013. ISBN 9787807667254.
  • 《中国是部金融史II:天下之财》 [China is the History of Finance: the World of Finance] (in Chinese). Beijing: Jiuzhou Publishing House. 2014. ISBN 9787510826351.
  • 《大金融与综合增长的世界》 [Comprehensive Growth of the World and Large Financial] (in Chinese). Beijing: Chinese Economy Press. 2014. ISBN 9787513635103.
  • 《国际金融》 [International Finance] (in Chinese). Beijing: China Renmin University Press. 2015. ISBN 9787300209890.

Academic papers[edit]

  • 《西方霸权与金融崛起(1-7)》 [Western Hegemony and the Rise of Finance (1-7)]. Financial View (in Chinese). Issue 5 - 11. 2009. ISSN 1673-4882.
  • 《美国金融霸权的崛起(1-3)》 [Rise of American Financial Hegemony (1-3)]. Financial View (in Chinese). Issue 2 - 4. 2010. ISSN 1673-4882.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Chen Yulu appointed to PBOC in wait for IMF job". CNBC with Reuters. 2015-10-30.
  2. ^ "Headmaster may be appointed PBOC deputy governor". China.org.cn. 2015-10-21.
  3. ^ "University Leadership Chen Yulu". Renmin University of China. 2015. Archived from the original on 2015-03-24.
  4. ^ a b c d e 从学者到副行长,陈雨露"履新"央行的逻辑. Tencent (in Chinese). 2015-10-31.
  5. ^ 韩震任北京外国语大学校长. moe.gov.cn (in Chinese). 2012-08-07.
  6. ^ 人大校长陈雨露任央行副行长 今年多位校长从政. China.com.cn (in Chinese). 2015-10-31.
  7. ^ "Organizational Structure". CF40.
Educational offices
Preceded by
Hao Ping
President of Beijing Foreign Studies University
2010–2011
Succeeded by
Han Zhen (韩震)
Preceded by
Ji Baocheng
President of Renmin University of China
2011–2015
Succeeded by
Liu Wei