Liao Ming Qiu
Professor Liao Mingqiu, born in 1953, Hunan native, Ph.D. in Economics, adviser of graduate students and doctoral candidates
Education and work experience
He started to work since Jan. 1969, delegated to Liangmeng Village, Chengjiazui town, Anxiang County, Huan Province to be a farmer. He was appointed as a citizen-managed teacher in the village from Nov. 1969 to Sept. 1976,
Graduated from secondary normal school, Changde Teachers’ College in Hunan Province, attending from Oct. 1976 to Jul. 1978
Graduated from Statistics Department of Renmin University of China, Bachelor of Economics, attending from Sept. 1978 to Jul. 1982
Worked in Hunan Statistical Bureau, served successively as officer, associate officer, deputy department director, consultant as the leading role of division, senior statistician, from Jul. 1982 to Dec. 2011
Studied in the graduate class of Zhongnan University to Economics, from Mar. 1997 to Jul. 1998
Pursued Doctoral study in Renmin University of China, majoring in National Economics, from Sept. 1998 to Jun. 2011, Ph.D. in Economics
Since he transferred in CUEB at the end of 2001, he served as associate professor of the School of Information and the School of Economics, and later served as the professor in the School of Economics. He was identified as the adviser of graduate students majoring in quantitative economics in 2003. In the year of 2005, he was promoted as professor, and started to enroll doctoral candidates majoring in quantitative economics since 2008.
Currently, he is the professor of the School of Economics and Quantitative Economics Research Center, adviser of gradate and doctoral students of quantitative economics.
Member, National Statistical Society of China, standing trustee of Hunan Statistical Society, member of academic committee, 1986-2001
Trustee, Chinese Input-output Association, 1988
Standing trustee, Chinese Input-output Association, 2011
Trustee, National Accounting Society of China, 1995
Member, China Association of Quantitative Economics, 2002
Trustee, China Association of Quantitative Economics, 2009
Research directions and courses
His research directions are: Econometrics Analysis, Input-output Analysis, National Accounting and Analysis. The courses he teaches include Econometrics Analysis, Input-output Analysis, and Macro-economic Accounting Analysis.
Main research achievements
1. Leading investigator, responsible for the project “Input-output formation and Its Application for Hunan province in 1983”, (provincial and ministerial level), won second prize in Scientific and Technological Progress Award of Hunan Province,
2. Leading investigator, responsible for the project “Input-output Expansion Model and Energy Model for Hunan Province in 1987”, (provincial and ministerial level), won National Science and Technology Achievement Certificate issued by the State Scientific and Technological Commission in 1994.
3. Leading investigator, responsible for the project “Macro-cycle Matrix for Hunan Province” (provincial and ministerial level), won the third prize of Hunan Scientific and Technological Progress Award in 1997 and third prize of fourth National Statistical Science and Technology Progress Award in 1998.
4. Leading investigator, responsible for the “Study on Integrated Environment and Economic Accounting” (SEEA) (bureau-level key project,), won third prize in the Sixth National Statistical Outstanding Scientific Achievements Award in 2002.
5. “Macroeconomic Accounting and Applications”, published by China Statistics Press in 1993 won third prize in Hunan Province Social Sciences Outstanding Achievement Award in 1995.
6. “Economy, Resources and Environment Input-output Model”, published by Capital University of Economics Press in 2005, won the Ninth Beijing Philosophical and Social Sciences Outstanding Achievements Award in 2006
7. First author of “Research on the Olympic Economy Input-output and Econometric Model for Beijing China”, published by Capital University of Economics Press in 2007, was included in the Beijing Publishing Project, and won second prize in the Tenth Beijing Philosophical and Social Science Research Excellence Achievements Award in 2008.
Main teaching achievements
1. In 2005, he started to take charge of the project Economics Key Course Construction in CUEB, and is responsible for the course which is the elite course of the Capital University of Economics and Business
2. The course Macroeconomic Analysis is the elite course of Capital University of Economics and Business
3. As a co-editor, he cooperated with other teachers the textbook Concise Guide to Econometrics, published by Capital University of Economics and Business Press in 2007, and was recognized as Beijing Excellent Teaching Material in 2008
4. He edited separately the undergraduate and graduate textbook, Input-output analysis and its Extension published by Capital University of Economics and Business Press in 2009,
5. He edited separately the undergraduate and graduate textbook Macroeconomics Accounting published by Capital University of Economics and Business Press in 2013.
Since 1983, Professor Liao, Mingqiu has published over 60 papers on some academic journals (including proceedings) on ministerial and provincial level, such as Statistical Research, China Industrial Economy, Chinese Statistics, Statistics and Decision, the Economic Review, Economics and Management, Journal of Capital University of Economics and Business, Learning Guide, Hunan Statistics, Hunan Planned Economy.
Main academic achievements
1. By the extension of input-output formation, combined with the gross domestic product (GDP) accounting, input and output of accounting, cash flow accounting, international balance of payments accounting, assets and liabilities business accounting, compiled into macroeconomic cycle matrix (7 quadrant plus a supplement quadrant), he studies the circulation of the national economy, from manufacturing, primary distribution and redistribution, by the comprehensive study on national economy;
2. He combines the input and output analysis, input occupancy output analysis, the stock of input and output analysis and environmental input-output analysis technology to design the formulation of economy, resources, environment input-output table, establish economical, resources and environmental input and output model, taking Hunan province as a case for empirical research,
3. He combines the input-output analysis with econometric analysis techniques to study Beijing Olympic Economy, and set up Beijing Olympic economic model, offering policy recommendations through empirical research,
4. Based on the idea of scientific development, that is, protecting resources and the environment while developing economy, He applies the input-output technology into green accounting promotion, and the GDP is converted into green GDP accounting, green GDP input-output tables are worked out. At the same time, he establishes the green GDP input-output model for China and Beijing Municipal, at the same time analyzed the model.
The main project he undertook after working in Capital University of Economics and Business:
1. Project leader, the leading investigator, responsible for National Statistics Research Project “Study on Olympic Economy Model Method Beijing China” (on provincial and ministerial level), knot by the end of 2003,
2. Project leader, the leading investigator, responsible for the Beijing Natural Science Foundation Project “Olympics Economy Research Input-output and econometric models for Beijing China” (on provincial and ministerial level), was authenticated by experts on May 2006,
3. Project leader, the leading investigator, “Beijing Green GDP Input-Output Model” (on provincial and ministerial level), supported by Scientific Planning Projects in Beijing and the Humanities and Social Science Project, Beijing Municipal Education Commission, knot in 2010,
4. Project leader, the leading investigator, responsible for “China Green GDP Input-Output Table Compilation and Analysis” (on provincial and ministerial levels,), sponsored by Humanities and Social Sciences General Program, Ministry of Education, was knot in 2012;
5. Responsible for Beijing low-carbon Economy Quantitative Model and Policy Research (Code: 13JDJGA024, on provincial and ministerial levels, project leader), Beijing Philosophical and Social Science Planning Research Base Key Projects, forthcoming,
6. Responsible for “China's Low Carbon Economic Statistics Database and Quantitative Research Model” (ID: 14BTJ026, national general project, the project leader), National Social Science Foundation General Preferences Project, forthcoming.