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博士毕业后任教于斯坦福大学、马里兰大学、伯克利加州大学。
2006年10月- 任清华大学经济管理学院院长。

研究领域

组织和制度经济学、转轨经济学、中国的改革和发展

教育背景

1981年 清华大学数学专业本科(提前)毕业。
毕业后留学美国,先后获哥伦比亚大学统计学硕士学位、耶鲁大学运筹学/管理科学硕士学位、哈佛大学经济学博士学位。

学术兼职

中国人民银行货币政策委员会委员
国家教育考试指导委员会委员
国务院医改专家咨询委员会委员
中央企业外部董事专业资格认定委员会委员
中国银行业实施巴塞尔新资本协议专家指导委员会委员
中国国际经济交流中心执行副理事长
经济学类专业教育指导委员会副主任委员
工商管理专业学位研究生教育指导委员会副主任委员
中国经济50人论坛成员
中国金融四十人论坛学术委员会主席
北京大学政府管理学院学术委员会委员
香港科技大学商学院顾问委员会委员
中欧国际工商学院学术委员会委员
世界经济学联合会(IEA)执行委员会委员

研究成果

论文:
[1] 钱颖一,“论大学本科教育改革”,《清华大学教育研究》,2011年第1期,第1-8页。
[2] 白重恩、谢长泰、钱颖一,“中国的资本回报率”,《比较》,2008年,第28辑,第1-22页。
[3] 钱颖一,“谈大学学科布局”,《清华大学教育研究》,2003年第6期,第1-11页。
[4] 钱颖一,“政府与法治”,《比较》,2003年,第5辑。
[5] 钱颖一,“理解现代经济学”,《经济社会体制比较》,2002年第2期,第1-12页。
[6] 钱颖一,“经济学科在美国”,《经济社会体制比较》,2001年第6期,第23-29页。
[7] 钱颖一、黄海洲,“加入世界贸易组织后中国金融的稳定与发展”,《经济社会体制比较》,2001年第5期,第35-44页。
[8] 钱颖一,“市场与法治”,《经济社会体制比较》,2000年第3期,第1-11页。
[9] 钱颖一,“硅谷的故事”,《经济社会体制比较》,2000年第1期,第28-35页。
[10] 钱颖一,“激励与约束”,《经济社会体制比较》,1999年第5期,第7-12页。
[11] 钱颖一,“目标与过程”,《经济社会体制比较》,1999年第2期,第1-7页。
[12] 钱颖一,“激励理论的新发展与中国的金融改革”,《经济社会体制比较》,1996年第6期,第33-37页。
[13] 钱颖一,“企业的治理结构改革和融资结构改革”,《经济研究》,1995年第1期,第20-29页。
[14] 刘遵义、钱颖一,“关于中国的银行与企业财务改革的建议”,《经济社会体制比较》,1994年第5期,第15-20页。
[15] 青木昌彦,钱颖一,“从国际比较角度看中国银行体制改革”,《改革》,1993年第6期,第58-66页。
[16] 吴敬琏、钱颖一,“关于公司化”,《经济日报》,1993年8月24日。
[17] 钱颖一,“市场经济体制‘基础设施’的建立与中央政府的作用”,《经济社会体制比较》,1993年第2期,第15-16页。
[18] 钱颖一、许成钢,“中国的经济改革为什么与众不同——M型的层级制和非国有部门的进入与扩张”,《经济社会体制比较》,1993年第1期,第29-40页。
[19] 钱颖一,“国外经济体制比较研究前沿”,《经济社会体制比较》,1992年第2期,第36-37页。
[20] 钱颖一,“企业理论”,载于《现代经济学前沿专题》(汤敏、茅于轼主编),商务印书馆,1989年出版。
[21] 钱颖一,“克鲁格模型与寻租理论”,《经济社会体制比较》,1988年第5期,第17-18页。
着作:
[1] 钱颖一、李强,《老清华的社会科学》,清华大学出版社,2011年。
[2] 钱颖一,《现代经济学与中国经济改革》,中国人民大学出版社,2003年。
期刊论文(英文):
[1] Chong-En Bai, Yingyi Qian, "Infrastructure Development in China: The Cases of Electricity, Highways, and Railways". Journal of Comparative Economics, March 2010, 38(1), pp. 34-51.
[2] Chong-En Bai, Chang-Tai Hsieh, Yingyi Qian, "The Return to Capital in China". Brookings Papers on Economic Activity, September 2006, 37(2), pp. 61-102.
[3] Simeon Djankov, Yingyi Qian, Gerard Roland, Ekaterina Zhuravskaya, "Who Are China's Entrepreneurs?" American Economic Review, Papers and Proceedings, May 2006, 96(2), pp. 348-352.
[4] Simeon Djankov, Yingyi Qian, Gerard Roland, Ekaterina Zhuravskaya, "Entrepreneurship in China and Russia Compared." Journal of European Economic Association, Papers and Proceedings, April-May 2006, 4(2-3), pp. 352-365.
[5] Yingyi Qian, Gerard Roland, Chenggang Xu, "Coordination and Experimentation in M-form and U-form Organizations." Journal of Political Economy, April 2006, 114(2), pp.336-402.
[6] Hehui Jin, Yingyi Qian, Barry R. Weingast, "Regional Decentralization and Fiscal Incentives: Federalism, Chinese Style," Journal of Public Economics, September 2005, 89(9-10), pp. 1719-1742.
[7] Simeon Djankov, Edward Miguel, Yingyi Qian, Gerard Roland, Ekaterina Zhuravskaya, "Who Are Russia's Entrepreneurs?" Journal of European Economic Association, Papers and Proceedings, April-May 2005, 3(2-3), pp. 587-597.
[8] Yingyi Qian, Gerard Roland, Chenggang Xu. "Attribute Coordination in Organizations," Annals of Economics and Finance, November 2001, 2(2), pp. 487-518.
[9] Chong-En Bai, David D. Li, Yingyi Qian, Yijiang Wang, "Financial Repression and Optimal Taxation," Economics Letters, February 2001, 70(2), pp. 245-251.
[10] Eric Maskin, Yingyi Qian, Chenggang Xu, "Incentives, Information, and Organizational Form," Review of Economic Studies, April 2000, 67(2), pp. 359-378.
[11] Yingyi Qian, "The Process of China's Market Transition (1978-1998): The Evolutionary, Historical, and Comparative Perspectives," Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, March 2000, 156(1), pp. 151-171.
[12] Lawrence J. Lau, Yingyi Qian, Gerard Roland, "Reform without Losers: An Interpretation of China's Dual-Track Approach to Transition," Journal of Political Economy, February 2000, 108(1), pp. 120-143.
[13] Jean-Jacques Laffont, Yingyi Qian, "The Dynamics of Reform and Development in China: A Political Economy Perspective," European Economic Review, Papers and Proceedings, April 1999, 43(4-6), pp. 1105-1114.
[14] Yingyi Qian, Gerard Roland, Chenggang Xu, "Why Is China Different from Eastern Europe? Perspectives from Organization Theory," European Economic Review, Papers and Proceedings, April 1999, 43(4-6), pp. 1085-1094.
[15] Yuanzheng Cao, Yingyi Qian, Barry Weingast, "From Federalism, Chinese Style, to Privatization, Chinese Style," Economics of Transition, March 1999, 7(1), pp. 103-131.
[16] Yingyi Qian, Gerard Roland, "Federalism and the Soft Budget Constraint", American Economic Review, December 1998, 88(5), pp.1143-1162.
[17] Hehui Jin, Yingyi Qian, "Public versus Private Ownership of Firms: Evidence from Rural China," Quarterly Journal of Economics, August 1998, 113(3), pp. 773-808.
[18] Hehui Jin, Yingyi Qian, "Insecure Property Rights and Government Ownership of Firms," Quarterly Journal of Economics, May 1998, 113(2), pp.467-496.
[19] Jiahua Che, Yingyi Qian, "Institutional Environment, Community Government, and Corporate Governance: Understanding China's Township-Village Enterprises," Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization, April 1998, 14(1), pp. 1-23.
[20] John M. Litwack, Yingyi Qian, "Balanced or Unbalanced Development: Special Economic Zones as Catalysts for Transition," Journal of Comparative Economics, March 1998, 26(1), pp. 117-141.
[21] Yingyi Qian, Chenggang Xu, "Innovation and Bureaucracy under Soft and Hard Budget Constraints," Review of Economic Studies, January 1998, 65(1), pp. 151-164.
[22] Yingyi Qian, Barry R. Weingast, "Federalism as a Commitment to Preserving Market Incentives," Journal of Economic Perspectives, Autumn 1997, 11(4), pp.83-92.
[23] Lawrence Lau, Yingyi Qian, Gerard Roland, "Pareto-Improving Economic Reforms Through Dual-Track Liberalization," Economics Letters, February 1997, 55(2), pp. 285-292.
[24] Yingyi Qian, "Enterprise Reform in China: Agency Problems and Political Control," Economics of Transition, October 1996, 4(2), pp. 427-447.
[25] Yingyi Qian, Gerard Roland, "The Soft Budget Constraint in China," Japan and the World Economy, 1996, 8(2), pp. 207-223.
[26] Yingyi Qian, Barry R. Weingast, "China's Transition to Markets: Market-Preserving Federalism, Chinese Style," Journal of Policy Reform, 1996, 1(2), pp. 149-185.
[27] C.Y. Cyrus Chu, Yingyi Qian, "Vicarious Liability under a Negligence Rule," International Review of Law and Economics, October 1995, 15(3), pp. 305-322.
[28] Gabriella Montinola, Yingyi Qian, Barry R. Weingast, "Federalism, Chinese Style: The Political Basis for Economic Success in China," World Politics, October 1995, 48(1), pp.50-81.
[29] Yingyi Qian, "A Theory of Shortage in Socialist Economies Based on the 'Soft Budget Constraint," American Economic Review, March 1994, 84(1), pp. 145-156.
[30] Yingyi Qian, Chenggang Xu, "Why China's economic reforms differ: the M-form hierarchy and entry/expansion of the non-state sector," Economics of Transition, June 1993 , 1(2), pp.135-170.
[31] Yingyi Qian, Chenggang Xu, "M-Form Hierarchy and China's Economic Reform," European Economic Review, Papers and Proceedings, April 1993, 37(2-3), pp. 541-548.
[32] Yingyi Qian, "Equity, Efficiency, and Incentives in a Large Economy," Journal of Comparative Economics, March 1992, 16(1), pp. 27-46.
[33] Paul Milgrom, Yingyi Qian, John Roberts, "Complementarities, Momentum, and the Evolution of Modern Manufacturing," American Economic Review, May 1991, 81(2), pp.84-88.
[34] Yingyi Qian, "Urban and Rural Household Saving in China," International Monetary Fund Staff Papers, December 1988, 35(4), pp. 592-627.
书中论文(英文):
[1] Yingyi Qian, "The Dual-Track Liberalization", D000256 in The New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics (2nd edition), Steven N. Durlauf and Lawrence E. Blume, editors, Palgrave Macmillan, 2008.
[2] Yingyi Qian, "How Reform Worked in China," in Dani Rodrik, editor, In Search of Prosperity: Analytic Narratives on Economic Growth, Princeton University Press, 2003, pp. 297-333.
[3] Yingyi Qian, Jinglian Wu, "China's Transition to a Market Economy: How Far Across the River", in Nicholas C. Hope, Dennis Tao Yang, and Mu Yang Li, editors, How Far Across the River: Chinese 4Policy Reform at the Millennium, Stanford University Press, 2003, pp.31-63.
[4] Yingyi Qian, "Government Control in Corporate Governance as a Transitional Institution: Lessons from China," in Joseph Stiglitz and Shahid Yusuf, editors, Rethinking the East Asian Miracle, Oxford University Press and the World Bank, 2001, pp. 295-321.
[5] Yingyi Qian, Gérard Roland, Chenggang Xu, "Coordination in Organizations: A Comparative Analysis", in Mathias Dewatripont, Francoise Thys-Clement and Luc Wilkin, eds., The Strategic Analysis of Universities: Microeconomic and Management Perspectives, Editions de l'Universite de Bruxelles, 2001, pp. 9-29.
[6] Yingyi Qian, "The Institutional Foundations of China's Market Transition," in Boris Pleskovic and Joseph Stiglitz, eds., Annual World Bank Conference on Development Economics 1999. The World Bank, 2000, pp. 377-398.
[7] Yingyi Qian, Gerard Roland and Chenggang Xu, "Coordinating Activities under Alternative Organizational Forms", in Eric Maskin and Andras Simonovits, eds., Planning, Shortage, and Transformation: Essays in Honor of Janos Kornai. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, 2000, pp. 57-80.
[8] Yingyi Qian, Barry Weingast, "Institutions, State Activism, and Economic Development: A Comparison of State-Owned vs. Township-Village Enterprises in China", in Masahiko Aoki, Hyung-Ki Kim and Masahiro Okuno-Fujiwara, eds., The Role of Government in East Asian Economic Development: Comparative Institutional Analysis. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1996, pp. 254-275.
[9] Yingyi Qian, Joseph Stiglitz, "Institutional Innovations and the Role of Local Government in Transition Economies: The Case of Guangdong Province of China", in John McMillan and Barry Naughton, eds., Reforming Asian Socialism: The Growth of Market Institutions. Ann Arbor, MI: The University of Michigan Press, 1996, pp. 175-193.
[10] Yingyi Qian, "Reforming Corporate Governance and Finance in China," in Masahiko Aoki and Hyung-Ki Kim, eds., Corporate Governance in Transition Economies: Insider Control and the Role of Banks. Washington DC: The World Bank Press, 1995, pp. 215-252.
[11] Yingyi Qian, "Financial System Reform in China: Lessons from Japan's Main Bank System," in Masahiko Aoki and Hugh Patrick, eds., The Japanese Main-Bank System: Its Relevancy for Developing and Transforming Economies. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1994, pp. 552-591.
[12] Yingyi Qian, Chenggang Xu, "Commitment, Financial Constraints and Innovation: Market Socialism Reconsidered", in Pranab Bardhan and John Roemer, eds., Market Socialism: The Current Debate. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1993, pp. 175-189.
[13] Yingyi Qian, "Incentives and Loss of Control in an Optimal Hierarchy," Review of Economic Studies, July 1994, 61(3), pp.527-544.
科研项目:
2010年1月1日-2011年6月30日 清华大学文科建设处,《老清华的社会科学》编写。

联系方式

qianyy@sem.tsinghua.edu.cn