The Constitution: Fundamental Law and Theoretical Crystallization of Reform and Opening Up-Interview with Professor Cheng Enfu, member of Education, Science, Culture and Public Health Committee, NPC

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Cheng Enfu, male, was born in Shanghai in 1950. He is one of the first batch of academicians of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS), member of the presidium of Marxist academicians, director of the Research Center for Economic and Social Development, Assistant Director and Chief Professor of the CASS University Academic Committee, and Supervisor of PhD students. He is the chief expert of Central Marxist Theory Research and Construction Project, and serves as the editor-in-chief for the English international journals International Critical Thought and World Review of Political Economy, and for the Chinese journals Journal of Economics of Shanghai School and Stud y on Marxist Culture. He is mainly engaged in research and teaching of Marxism and its political economy at home and abroad. He also serves as chair of the World Association for Political Economy, the China Association for Political Economy, and the China Society for Study on Foreign Economic Theories, respectively. And he is a member of the Disciplinary Evaluation Group of the State Council, and the honorary professor or guest professor of over ten universities, including St. Petersburg University. He has published more than 30 works and over 600 articles at home and abroad, has been specially interviewed and reported hundreds of times by domestic and foreign media, and has exerted great influence in Chinese and overseas field of Marxist theory.
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Publication statusPublished - 2018

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