Gao Hongbing is the President of AliResearch, Director of Policy Institute, and founder of Information Society 50 Forum (“IS50”) and WeFinance 50 Forum.
Relying on the largest and most dynamic Alibaba online business eco-system in the world, following the internet spirit of being open, co-sharing and transparent, and based on the forward-looking ideas and insights, strong data drive and rich accumulation of cases, AliResearch is committed to becoming the think tank and intellectual platform of the new economic and new governance field. In the future, AliResearch will co-create, co-build and share the future-oriented new ideas, new insights and new rules together with the researchers and intellectual bodies from all fields.
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Liang ChunxiaoDirector of AliResearch Academic Committee
Senior Consultant of AliResearch, a member of Information Society 50 Forum, a member of Standing Committee of China Information Economic Society, a member of Expert Committee for Telecommunication Economy, Beijing Municipal Informatization Expert Consulting Expert Committee, a member of PanGoal Academic Committee. He has long been engaging in e-commerce, informatization and network economic field and once created such works as Netrepreneurs Winning the World Market: Alibaba’s new commercial perspective, Searching Revolution, Introduction to E-commerce, E-commerce Applications and others.
Wang JunxiuA member of AliResearch Academic Committee
President of China Information Economics Society Information Society Research, a member of Information Society 50 Forum, one of the initiators of Data Forum, an expert in Information society issues, co-founder of the Internet Laboratory.
Li YuanfangA member of AliResearch Academic Committee Li
Assistant researcher of Institute of World Economics and Politics Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Chief Secretary of Research Center for International Finance (RCIF), International Financial Issue Research Consultant of International Department of Ministry of Finance (2011 until today), consultant of AliResearch (2011 until today). One of the major designers of iSPI of AliResearch and once drafted the 2011 iSPI Report.
Xue ZhaofengA member of AliResearch Academic Committee
Professor of National School of Development of Peking University, co-director of Institute for Law and Economics at Peking University, a member of Information Society 50 Forum and co-founder of Microfinance 50 Forum. He has been focusing on the relations between laws, management system and economic growth as well as the development of information technological innovation and internet commerce in China for a long time. His research interests include Economic of Law, Competition Policies and E-commerce Management System and Governance.
Ma QijiA member of AliResearch Academic Committee
One of the early pioneers of Chinese market research industry and one of the first group of registered consultant in China. He currently serves as a researcher of Creative Communication Management Research Centre of Peking University and Deputy President of China Commerce Association for General Merchandise E-commerce Special Committee. He once served as Vice President and COO of China-Labs, Senior Vice President of Nelson Internet Research, co-founder and CMO of Counect. Research Chief Inspector and Vice President of Research and Product departments of online in Major China Region and Southeast Asian Region.
Duan YongchaoA member of AliResearch Academic Committee
CSO of SEEC, Chief Consultant of Network Zencoo; Specially Engaged professor of Alibaba Business College and Director of Academic Committee. A member of China Computer Society, one of the initiators of “Data Forum” and a member of Information Society 50 Forum. His works include Ten Lectures on Internet Thoughts: Lecture at Peking University (2014), New Edition - On the Origin of Species: Ideological Cornerstone of the Internet (2012), Internet: Fragmented Living (2009) and others.
Tang KeA member of AliResearch Academic Committee
Doctor of Finance at Cambridge University, a winner of The National Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars, co-initiator of Microfinance 50 Forum. He once served as Vice President of Hanqing Advanced Institute of Finance and Economics of Renmin University of China and currently serves as professor of Institute of Economics of School of Social Sciences of Tsinghua University.
Wang JianA member of AliResearch Academic Committee
Professor and Doctoral Tutor of University of International Business and Economics. A national outstanding teacher and discipline leading person of Beijing Higher Education, part-time teacher at Guanghua School of Management, Peking University. Director and member of E-commerce Business Alliance of APEC, a member of Ministry of Commerce Advisory Committee for Economic & Trade Policy, an expert of Trade Facilitation Work Group, an expert of Digital Economy Committee of China Chamber of International Commerce.
Liu YingA member of AliResearch Academic Committee
Professor of Economics at School of School of Social Sciences of Tsinghua University, Deputy Director of Chinese Research Center of Tsinghua University, co-initiator of Microfinance 50 Forum, innovation and entrepreneurship economist. Focuses on economic study related to small enterprise-microfinance-great prosperity.
Li Qi Professor and Doctoral Tutor of Xi’an Jiaotong University
Professor and Doctoral Tutor of Xi’an Jiaotong University, leader of Construction Assistance Group of Chinese Institutes of Higher Education E-commerce Major, Executive Director of China Information Economic Society, Director of China Information Economic Society E-commerce Professional Committee, Standing Director of Shaanxi Provincial Information Society. Receives the title of “Founder of Chinese E-commerce.”
Chen DerenProfessor and Doctoral Tutor of Zhejiang University
Professor and Doctoral Tutor of Zhejiang University, Director of e-service center, professor of College of Computer Science and Technology, Doctoral Tutor of computer application technologies, e-service, management science and project, winner of special government allowance of the State Council, He was once employed as a visiting researcher and visiting professor by IBM Watson Research Center in New York, the United States and Nanyang Technological University, Singapore in succession. He also served as Deputy Director and Chief Secretary of Higher Education Institutes Professional Teaching Instructional Committee for E-commerce Major of Ministry of Education, Councilor of Hangzhou E-commerce Association and others.His main research and application orientation is e-commerce and Service.
Huang LihuaProfessor and Doctoral Tutor of School of Management, Fudan University
Professor, Doctoral Tutor and Secretary of the Party Committee of School of Management, Fudan University. He has been focusing on the research and teaching of Enterprise Information System and Management, e-commerce, e-government and others. He once hosted over ten national scientific research projects including four from National Natural Science Foundation of China and National Social Science Foundation of China and five from Ministry of Education, Ministry of Science and Technology, “863” Project and others. He has published more than 190 articles and served as Associate Editor-in-Chief or Editorial Board member of many international and domestic magazines.
Jing LinboStanding Deputy Director of The Chinese Evaluation Center for Humanities and Social Sciences of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Director of E-commerce Business Alliance Expert Committee of APEC
Standing Deputy Director, professor and Doctoral Tutor of The Chinese Evaluation Center for Humanities and Social Sciences of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, an expert receiving the special government allowance of the State Council, a member of Advisory Committee for Economic & Trade Policy and distinguished expert of many ministries and commissions. Social part-time jobs: Deputy Director of China Marketing Association, Director of E-commerce Business Alliance Expert Committee of APEC; Chief Secretary of World Association of Chinese Cuisine International Food Culture Research Institute; Deputy Director of China Cuisine Association Experts Committee; Vice President of China Business and Economics Association; Vice President of China Society of Logistics; Vice President of National Institutes of High Education Trade and Economic Teaching Council and others. He once participated in researching many key topics and drafting key documents of the nation, ministries and commissions and hosted the planning of sub-topic of the national “Twelfth Five-year Plan.” He serves as Deputy Chief Editor of Finance & Trade Economics as well as Director of Service Economy and Catering Industry and Director of Information Service and E-commerce Research Office.
Chai YuetingProfessor and Doctoral Tutor of Tsinghua University
Professor and Doctoral Tutor of Department of Automation, Tsinghua University. Member of Advisory Committee for State Information and expert consultant on informatization and e-commerce of National Development and Reform Commission. Organized and carried out national informatization and e-commerce special project; drafted the No. 2 document of the State Council Suggestions on Accelerating Development of E-commerce in China in 2005 as a major drafter and the 11th Five-Year Plan on E-commerce Development in China.
Wang GuangmingProfessor and Doctoral Tutor of Zhejiang Gongshang University
Professor and Doctoral Tutor of Zhejiang Gongshang University, Director of E-commerce and Information Engineering Research Institute, former Secretary of the CPC’s Committee in Zhejiang Gongshang University. Vice Director of Zhejiang Province Economic and Information Commission, Vice Director of Hangzhou Informatization Expert Consultancy Committee, member of Zhejiang Provincial Natural Science Foundation of China, Vice Chairman of Zhejiang Computer Applications and Education Federation, Vice Chairman of Zhejiang E-Commerce Association, member of Zhejiang “10th Five-Year Plan” Service Industry Informatization Expert Panel, Vice Director of Information System Committee, Systems Engineering Society of China, member of Zhejiang Enterprise Management Informatization Expert Committee. Enjoys the State Council Special Allowance.
Lin ZhangxiTenured Professor of Information, Rawls College of Business, Texas Tech University, US
Received master’s degree of Computer Science of Tsinghua University (1982), master’s degree of Economics (1996) and doctoral degree of Information System (1999) of the University of Texas at Austin; once worked as Vice Director and senior engineer of Fujian Provincial Economic and Information Center, Vice Director of Fujian Provincial Economic and Information Office, member of Fujian Provincial Computer and Integrated Circuit Leading Group; now works as tenured professor of Information, Rawls College of Business and Director of Senior Analysis and Business Intelligence Research Center of Texas Tech University, US.
Wang XiangdongDirector of Center for Information Study, Professor and Doctoral Tutor of Graduate School of CASS
Director of Center for Information Study, professor and Doctoral Tutor of Graduate School and researcher of Institute of Quantitative & Technical Economics of CASS. Has long engaged in the research on theories and policies on informatization, Internet, information technology economy, e-commerce, e-government, information security and other aspects. Expert consultant on informatization of several ministries and commissions, author of several academic monographs on informatization, including Informatization: China’s Choice in the 21st Century, one of the “10 Figures on Rural Informatization in China of the Year 2010”.
Lü BenfuProfessor of School of Management, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Director of Network Economy and Knowledge Management National Research Center
Professor and Doctoral Tutor of School of Management, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Director of Network Economy and Knowledge Management National Research Center.
Lu XipengProfessor of Department of Information Management and Dean of College of Applied Sciences, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology
Received master’s degree and doctoral degree of Industrial Engineering of University of Wisconsin-Madison, US; now works as a professor of Department of Information Management and Dean of College of Applied Sciences, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology; once served as Director of E-commerce Research Center, CEO of EMBA, Director and Director of Students’ Affairs of Department of Information Management, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology. Engaged in research on e-commerce, knowledge management and network marketing.