Ye Jiang (Shanghai, China), Professor, Senior research fellow, Acting director, Institute for Global Governance Studies, SIIS

Ye Jiang (Shanghai, China), Professor, Senior research fellow, Acting director, Institute for Global Governance Studies, SIIS

Professor, Senior research fellow, Acting director, Institute for Global Governance Studies, SIIS

Biography:

Prof. Ye Jiang, born in 1955, received his MA in History at East China Normal University in 1987 and his PhD in Law at Fudan University in 1998. He is the director of the Institute for Global Governance Studies and the director of the Centre for European Studies, Shanghai Institutes for International Studies.

He is also a professor, PhD supervisor at the School of International and Public Affairs, Shanghai Jiao Tong University. He was a visiting fellow at University of Copenhagen, Ramapo College of New Jersey, George Washington University, University of Cambridge, Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris (Sciences Po), Luxembourg Institute for European and International Studies, Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto.

He is concurrently a vice-chairman of the Chinese Association of World Ethno-Nations, vice-chairman of the Shanghai Institute of European Studies and council member of the Shanghai Association of International Relations. He has so far finished an annual Program of National Philosophy and Social Sciences, a medium-and-long term Program of Shanghai Municipal Philosophy and Social Sciences and a Shanghai Education Commission Program of Social Science.

He is the author of the books: Reading U.S. and Europe -U.S.-Europe Ties in European Integration, The Grand Change - Globalization, Cold War and Contemporary International Political Economic Relations, and Global Governance and the Transformation of China’s Strategy in Dealing with Great Powers, etc., and has about 80 articles published by academic journals both at home and abroad. His two works The Two Ethnic Theories in the Contemporary West and Analysis on “Security Dilemma” won the 7th Shanghai Award of Excellent Achievements in Philosophy and Social Sciences (2002-2003).