Cheng Guoqiang

Secretary-General of Academic Committee and Director-General of Department of International Cooperation, DRC

Dr. Cheng Guoqiang is Senior Fellow and Director-general of Department of International Cooperation, Secretary-general of Academic Committee of DRC. He joined DRC in 2001. Dr. Cheng worked as research fellow of Department of Rural Economy, Deputy Director-general of Institute for Market Economy, Deputy Director-general of General Office, and Director-general of Information Center. Dr. Cheng won the honorable award supported by Chinese National Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars. He serves as Adviser for several government agencies and holds current posts as Vice Chairman of Chinese Association of Grain Economy, Vice Chairman of Chinese Society of Foreign Agricultural Economy, and adjunct professor of Renmin University of China and University of International Business and Economics. Dr. Cheng participated for several times in conducting research and drafting agricultural policy documents of Chinese central government. He has also been cooperating productively with international organizations such as OECD for decades with rich research accomplishments.

Dr. Cheng was awarded Second Prize of National Awards for S&T Progress, Second Prize of Ministerial Awards for S&T Progress, DRC Outstanding Study Report Award, etc. Dr. Cheng’s Research covers areas of agricultural policy and rural development, international economy and global governance, multilateral and bilateral negotiation, healthy economy theory and policy, national information development strategy and policy.