Huang Ping, Ph.D. in Sociology(LSE, London, 1991), Senior Research Professor(1997-), the Director General, Institute of American Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences(CASS),and Director, Centre for World Politics, CASS.
Prof. Huang Ping holds a number of positions in academic associations or organizations, such as President, China National Association of American Studies, Vice President, China National Association of International Relations, Vice President, International Institute of Sociology(IIS), Vice President, International Institute of Transcultura, Standing Committee Member, China Economic and Social Council, and Board Member, UNRISD. Huang was the Vice President, ISSC (International Social Sciences Council), the Vice Chairman, MOST, UNESCO, Deputy Director General, Institute of Sociology, CASS
Prof. Huang Ping has been conducting or chairing research programs sponsored by EU, UNESCO, China Social Sciences Foundation, and CASS, he has also been an adviser or an international consultant for Social Sciences Research Council (SSRC), International Organization of Migration (IOM), World Bank, Asian Development Bank, IFAD, FAO, and UNDP. He has been involved in organizing high level International exchange activities such as the most recent “China –EU High -level Cultural Forum’ in Brussels(2010), Beijing(2011), and Paris (2012).
Prof. Huang is the Editor General, Journal of American Studies(Chinese), Deputy Editor General, China & World Economy(English),both published by CASS. He is also in a number of editorial boards for academic journals, including Global Social Policy, British Journal of Sociology, Current Sociology, Comparative Sociology, and International Migration. He was for 10 years the editor of DUSU, the most well-known intellectual journal in Chinese during 1996-2006.
Huang Ping has published papers in Chinese, English, and some have been translated into Japanese, German, French, Spanish, Korean, and Thai. His recent books include From Western China: Experiences and Observations (Social Science Academic Press, 2005), Development: Understanding and Misunderstanding (People's University Press, 2006), Our Era: where did modern China come from, and where to go? (Coauthor, Central Translation Press, 2007)， Towards A Harmonious Society (Tianjin Science Press, 2004), China and Globalization: Washington Consensus, Beijing Consensus, or What? (Social Science Academic Press, 2005), Poverty Reduction among Migrants in China (Social Science Academic Press, 2006, English and Chinese), Rural China and Cultural Consciousness (SDX Co. Ltd, 2007), Glocalization: A field study in Tibetan Areas (Social Science Academic Press, 2011), and Community Rebuilding in Rural China (2 Volumes, Social Science Academic Press, 2012), and most recently has a long interview on Some New Strategic Thinking on China's Global Challenges and Foreign Policies; and a paper “China-US Relations: towards Maturity” (English), in The International Spectator, Volume 44, Issue 2, June 2009, pp.9-16. And a long research paper on "China's Security and Foreign Relations: after 60 years", in Review and Analysis of Foreign Relations(1949-2009), ed. by Zhang Yunling, Social Sciences Academic Press (China), p.1-34, 2009, Beijing. He also edited Annual Year Book on American Studies, in which he contributed long papers "US National Power: Some changes in recent 10 years"(2011), "How does USA maintain its world hegemony since the end of Cold War?"(2012), both published by Social Science Academic Press.