Wang De Qi
Professor at School of Urban Economics, adviser of Regional Economics
Bachelor's degree, Shandong Agricultural University, 1984;
Visiting scholar for 1.5 years, United States Guinat Institute of Technology and Engineering, 1991;
Master's degree, Nanjing Agricultural University, 1994;
Ph.D., Nanjing Agricultural University, 2007
Postdoctoral, Tianjin University Doctoral Mobile Station, 1997
Main working experience
Teacher, Shandong Agricultural Management Institute, 1984-1991
Professor, Shandong University of Finance and Economic (Shandong Finance Institute) 1997-2004
Professor, Capital University of Economics and Business, 2005-Present
Main research fields
Urban Economics and Management, Land Use and Real Estate Economy
Main research achievements
1. Research grants:
In recent years he has chaired or participated as a principal member of a dozen of research projects sponsored on a national level, including: the National Natural Science Foundation, National Natural Science Foundation Project: “Premium gradient and Industrial Gradient Coupling Mechanism and Structural Optimization of Urban Agglomeration of Industrial Land Use, Research on Dynamic Analysis of Land Market and Decision-making Support Systems,” National Nonprofit Industry Research Project: “Technological Research on Capital Land Use Conversion and Land Use Efficiency,” Humanities and Social Sciences project of Ministry of Education: “The Innovation Research on the Improvement of Land Market System Regulation and Management.” Recently, the research projects he had directed and accomplished are: “Urbanization and Real Estate Joint Development Studies,” supported by the Ministry of Education Humanities and Social Sciences project; “Land Asset Management in the Process of Urbanization,” supported by Shandong Social Science Key Project and the “Intensive Land Use Evaluation of Zouping Economic Development Zone in Shandong.” He has also organized the youth academic backbone teachers to build a research team to undertake academic and scientific research and teaching projects. As a leader, he and a number of young academic key teachers undertook the Scientific Research Platform Construction Project, “Urban Spatial Structure Optimization Research Center of Capital Region.” He also presided over laboratory construction tasks, such as “Digital City, Land Resources Management.” In addition, he has been involved in the project assessments of the National Natural Science Foundation Program, National Social Science Foundation Program, and the National Science and Technology Support Program.
2. Selected theses and books
Professor Wang has edited and participated in the updating of key textbooks about Domestic Urban Economy, Urban Management, and Real Estate Economy, and has also published two treatises and over 10 academic papers. His treatise, On Land Asset Management, was published by the Beijing Social Sciences Publishing Fund. Recently he published some theses on authoritative journals like Urban Development Studies, and a number of these theses are highly praised by peer scholars, such as: Structural Optimization of Industrial Land in Cities Development -- a Logical Institutional Framework, Land Added Value Mechanism Theory Studies in the Process of Urbanization, and the Analysis of the Impact of Urban Rail Transportation on the Periphery Housing Price -- Taking Beijing Metro Line 4 as a Case in Study, Beijing Residents Commute Analysis Based on Questionnaire Survey, A Study on the Subject of Regional Economic Study and Content Systems, Interpretation of Couple of Category of Regional Economics. In addition, the books he edited, including City Management, Urban Economics, Real Estate Economics, Real Estate Agent, Real Estate Broker, have received positive feedbacks from students.
Awards and honors
First prize, Shandong Social Sciences Outstanding Achievement Award
Second prize, Shandong Province Science and Technology Progress Award
Third prize, Social Sciences Outstanding Achievement Award of Shandong Province Department of Education by his treatise Real Estate
Second prize, Shandong Province Outstanding Teaching Achievement Award Teaching and Researching Project: Strategies to Raise the Overall Teaching Quality of Business Administration Professionals.
Main academic views
1. Construct innovatively the theoretical and content systems of land asset management disciplines, and enrich the connotation of land resources management disciplines.
2. The intensive and economical land use should take the reasonable optimization of land use as a premise. Whether the land is utilized economically or intensively for a specific area , cannot only depend on input-output and other economic indicators, but also on its social benefits and eco-efficiency indicators.
3. With the acceleration China's urbanization, the development zone as an integral component of the town, has converted from a simple processing and manufacturing clusters into the part of Metro area.
4. The internal cause of Land Protection relies on land farmers. The government is just an external factor. In addition to strict management and strictly controls, farmers also need to be encouraged to protect land voluntarily.
Deputy Director, Discipline Construction Commission of China Urban Economics Society;
Vice Chairman, Academic Committee of China Land Science Society;
Expert, Chinese Land Use Planning Assessment and Consulting;
Member, Chinese Land Use Engineering Committee;
Distinguished Fellow, Land Policy and Institutional Research Center of Renmin University of China;
Distinguished Professor, Shandong Agricultural University;
Consultant, Jinan City Land Use Planning Revision(2005-2020);
Expert, Committee of Chinese Land Utilization Engineering Society;
Director, City Management Society Beijing;
Director, Beijing Real Estate Legal Association;
Assessment Expert, National Natural Science Foundation and the National Social Science Foundation;
Assessment Expert, National Technology Supporting Program.