Ji Shao, Professor of School of Labor Economics at CUEB, Supervisor of Postgraduate Students,
Professor Ji Shao is a Ph.D. in Economics, graduated from the School of Economics of Renmin University of China.
Professor Ji Shao specializes in Labor Economics. Her research directions are theory and policy of China’s labor force market under the Open Economy; flow analysis and model research on China’s labor force market; theory and practice of China’s unemployment warning, which are all hot issues in the field of Labor Economics in China. Her research achievements have been highly praised by academic circles and relevant organizations.
In recent years, she mainly teaches Western Economics, Labor Economics, Employment Management, and Chinese Employment Problems. She has given lectures on the hot issues of Labor Economics and Labor Relations, taking part in the application and construction of the courses. The course “Employment Management” was considered an elite course at Capital University of Economics and Business in 2007. She is fully devoted to teaching work and always incorporates her newest research achievements in teaching. As a result, all the courses she has taught have received favorable comments from the students.
In the recent five years, professor Ji Shao undertook 2 National Social Science Foundation Programs, 2 key projects of the National Development and Reform Commission, a key project of the Ministry of Education, a project of the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security, a project of the State Council Research Center, a key project of the Beijing Municipality, a tender item of 2nd China Agriculture Census, a tender item of the 6th Population Census of the National Population Census Bureau of the State Council, and a Beijing Scientific and Technic Creative Talents Project, among others. She has been granted one Beijing Municipal College Achievements Transformation Project, which is the only social science achievement among all the 32 transformation projects during the 11th “Five-Year Plan” period. Her treatise “Perspective and Research Model of China’s Unemployment Warning” has been identified as the major book during the 11th “Five-Year Plan” period by the General Administration of Press and Publication. The thesis “Case Study of the Status Quo of Peasant Workers Entering Cities” issued in the 2012 first issue of Economic Theory and Business Management, was reprinted as the major thesis in the 2012 12th issue of Inside Information on Economic Reform by the National Development and Reform Commission. The thesis was passed on to the State Council, all the ministries, and provincial and regional governments. Her achievements have been recognized and highly praised by governments. She has also won the titles of Model Researcher of Beijing Social Practice and Beijing Education Deepening Scientific and Technic Innovative Talent in 2008, and her treatise won continuous three consecutive first prizes in China economics and labor economics circles.
She is the winner of the third “Scientific Research Model” and the sixth “Scientific Research Model” at Capital University of Economics and Business. Her treatise, “The Perspective and Research Model of China’s Unemployment Warning,” won the first prize of the 11th Philosophic Social Science Excellent Achievements Awards.