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职称: 麻省理工学院斯隆管理学院终身教授、副院长,中山大学经济研究所学术发展委员会委员。 系别:
研究领域: 政府政策和制度问题
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1985年,获哈佛大学学士学位。
1987年~1989年,任世界银行顾问,同时任教于密歇根大学。
1991年,获哈佛大学博士学位。
1997年,加入哈佛商学院,任商业、政府和国际经济副教授。
现为麻省理工学院斯隆管理学院终身教授,复旦管理学院兼职教授和湖南大学荣誉教授,并兼任清华大学中国经济研究中心研究员、北京大学国际关系学院研究员、世界经济论坛研究员,中山大学经济研究所学术发展委员会委员。

现任职务

任教于哈佛大学国际事务和费正清中心(International Affairs and Fairbanks Center

任教于麻省理工学院斯隆商学院Sloan管理学院)

清华大学中国经济研究中心研究员

北京大学国际关系学院研究员

密歇根商学院威廉大卫逊学院(William Davidson Institute研究员

世界经济论坛研究员。 


荣誉及成就
《中国特色的资本主义》,获英国《经济学人》2008年度书籍。
曾获在研究领域享有重大声誉的研究金支持,
如斯坦福大学的国家研究金和社会科学研究协会的麦克阿瑟研究金。

 
研究方向
研究重心为政府政策和制度问题,尤其是机制转换时期社会主义经济研究和东亚经济研究。
目前,他正着力研究在中国,外国直接投资在制度上和政策上的驱动力。
目前正在撰写的一本书,从制度上追溯中国对外国直接投资产生高需求的根源。


出版著作
《中国通货膨胀和投资控制》(1996年剑桥大学出版社出版)
《在中国的外国直接投资》(1998年新加坡东南亚研究学院)
除了为专业通讯和专栏撰写文章外,黄教授在《纽约时报》、《亚洲华尔街日报》、《国际先驱论坛报》和《外交政策》上都发表过大量文章。

主要观点
黄亚生推崇印度的发展模式,认为中国的经济发展模式不能持久。
主要论点就是印度是自由的民间经济,而中国是政府主导的经济,因而不能持久。
黄亚生年轻时期与他的父亲黄钢,一个老中国共产党员在意识形态上的产生分歧,黄亚生现在的观点很大程度上还沿袭着他当时的想法,他的观点中总是有着一种认为西式民主”总是有效性“的想法,而印度更好的拷贝了西式民主。
代表黄的这些想法的一些文章有 <Can India overtake China>, <What's the fastest route to economic development?> 等等。
黄亚生在中国媒体前自称他宣扬印度是为了刺激中国。不过从他的英文著作来看,他这也只是在中国媒体面前说辞而已。
目前在美国麻省理工学院斯隆管理学院任职教授,积极为美国出谋划策,如美国《外交政策》双月刊网站11月8日刊载题为“与中国的普通百姓交谈”的文章,提出观点:只是跟北京官方进行接触已经不够了。
美国领导人要学会如何更有效地同中国人民进行沟通,不要让阴谋论者来代替他们进行沟通。
建议美国政府加强与农民工,被拆迁户,破产企业家加强“直接”交流,以博得他们的支持。
因为“科技已经开始凿开了北京新闻控制体制的几个洞。中国有4亿网民,差不多和美国的总人口一样多。
另外,中国还有7亿手机用户,每年这两类户的数量都在以数百万的速度增加。”

发表的部分论文:

“A Fire Sale without Fire: An Explanation of Labor-Intensive FDI in China.” MIT Sloan Research Paper No. 4713-08. 2008

"Just how capitalist is China?" in International Handbook of Development Economics.2008

"The political economy of private sector development in China," (with Stephan Haggard) in China’s Economic Transition: Origins, Mechanisms, and Consequences, Cambridge University Press, 2008.

"Political federalism and inflation: Sub-national evidence from China," (co-authored with Yumin Sheng), British Journal of Political Science, 2008.

"A tale of two provinces: The institutional environment and foreign ownership in China,"China Finance Review, March 2007 (coauthored with Wenhua Di).

"Ownership biases and FDI in China: Evidence from two provinces," Business and Politics, Volume 9 No. 1, April 2007.

"Are China and India performing well relative to their competitive potential?" Global Competitiveness Report 2006-2007, edited by Klaus Schwab and Michael Porter, (New York: Palgrave MacMillan, 2006), pp. 117-122.

"Indigenous versus foreign business models,"(with Tarun Khanna), in Asia’s Giants: Comparing China and India (Palgrave MacMillan).2005

"Introduction," (Co-authored with Edward Steinfeld and Anthony Saich), Financial Sector Reforms in China, 2004 (Cambridge: Harvard University Press)

"ASEAN and FTAA: External threat and internal institutional weaknesses," (coauthored with Randall Morck and Bernard Yeung) Business and Politics, Vol. 6, No. 1, (2004).

"Why more may be actually less? Financing bias and labor-intensive FDI in China," in Financial Sector Reforms in China, (Harvard University Press, 2004).

"One country, two systems: Foreign-invested enterprises and domestic firms in China," 
China Economic Review, Vol. 14, No. 4, (2003), pp. 404-416

"The Benefits of FDI in a Transitional Economy: The Case of China," New Horizons for Foreign Direct Investment (Paris: OECD, 2003).

"Between Two Coordination Failures: Automotive Industrial Policy in China with a Comparison to Korea,"Review of International Political Economy, Vol. 9, No. 3 (September, 2002)

"Managing Chinese Bureaucrats: An Institutional Economics Perspective,"
Political Studies, Vol. 50, No. 1 (March, 2002)

"Internal and External Reforms in China," Cato Journal, Vol. 21, No. 13 (Spring/Summe, 2001)

"Political Institutions and Fiscal Reforms in China,"
Problems of Post-Communism, Vol. 48, No. 1 (January/February, 2001)

"The Role of Foreign-Invested Enterprises in the Chinese Economy: An Institutional Foundation Approach," in China, the United States and the Global Economy, (Santa Monica, CA: Rand Corporation, 2001).

"Understanding US-China Economic Relations," Constrained Engagement (Beijing: Xinhua Press, 2001).

"An Institutional and Policy Approach to the Demand for Foreign Direct Investment in China," in China Review 2000, (Hong Kong: Chinese University Press, 2001).

"Sino-US Relations: The Economic Dimension," In the Eyes of the Dragon, (Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 1999). 

 “Does Ethnicity Pay? Evidence from Overseas Chinese FDI in China.” MIT Sloan Research Paper No. 4690-08. 2008

“Is Entrepreneurship Missing in Shanghai?” (2008, MIT Sloan Research Paper No. 4707-08)

“What is Wrong with Shanghai?” (2008, MIT Sloan Research Paper No. 4700-08)

"Just how capitalist is China?" in International Handbook of Development Economics.2008

"The political economy of private sector development in China," (with Stephan Haggard) in China’s Economic Transition: Origins, Mechanisms, and Consequences, Cambridge University Press, 2008.

"Political federalism and inflation: Sub-national evidence from China," (co-authored with Yumin Sheng), British Journal of Political Science, 2008.

"A tale of two provinces: The institutional environment and foreign ownership in China,"China Finance Review, March 2007 (coauthored with Wenhua Di).

"Ownership biases and FDI in China: Evidence from two provinces," Business and Politics, Volume 9 No. 1, April 2007.

"Are China and India performing well relative to their competitive potential?" Global Competitiveness Report 2006-2007, edited by Klaus Schwab and Michael Porter, (New York: Palgrave MacMillan, 2006), pp. 117-122.

"Indigenous versus foreign business models,"(with Tarun Khanna), in Asia’s Giants: Comparing China and India (Palgrave MacMillan).2005

"Introduction," (Co-authored with Edward Steinfeld and Anthony Saich), Financial Sector Reforms in China, 2004 (Cambridge: Harvard University Press)

"ASEAN and FTAA: External threat and internal institutional weaknesses," (coauthored with Randall Morck and Bernard Yeung) Business and Politics, Vol. 6, No. 1, (2004).

"Why more may be actually less? Financing bias and labor-intensive FDI in China," in Financial Sector Reforms in China, (Harvard University Press, 2004).

"One country, two systems: Foreign-invested enterprises and domestic firms in China," 
China Economic Review, Vol. 14, No. 4, (2003), pp. 404-416

"The Benefits of FDI in a Transitional Economy: The Case of China," New Horizons for Foreign Direct Investment (Paris: OECD, 2003).

"Between Two Coordination Failures: Automotive Industrial Policy in China with a Comparison to Korea,"Review of International Political Economy, Vol. 9, No. 3 (September, 2002)

"Managing Chinese Bureaucrats: An Institutional Economics Perspective,"
Political Studies, Vol. 50, No. 1 (March, 2002)

"Internal and External Reforms in China," Cato Journal, Vol. 21, No. 13 (Spring/Summe, 2001)

"Political Institutions and Fiscal Reforms in China,"
Problems of Post-Communism, Vol. 48, No. 1 (January/February, 2001)

"The Role of Foreign-Invested Enterprises in the Chinese Economy: An Institutional Foundation Approach," in China, the United States and the Global Economy, (Santa Monica, CA: Rand Corporation, 2001).

"Understanding US-China Economic Relations," Constrained Engagement (Beijing: Xinhua Press, 2001).

"An Institutional and Policy Approach to the Demand for Foreign Direct Investment in China," in China Review 2000, (Hong Kong: Chinese University Press, 2001).

"Sino-US Relations: The Economic Dimension," In the Eyes of the Dragon, (Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 1999). 

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