Lu Ming is a Distinguished Professor of Economics, Director of Shanghai Institute for National Economy (SHINE), and research fellow of China Institute of Urban Governance at Shanghai Jiao Tong University. He is also an adjunct professor at Fudan University, Singapore Management University and Dongbei University of Finance and Economics. He worked as a Fulbright Scholar at Harvard University and National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER). He has consulted for the World Bank and Asian Development Bank. His research covers labour economics, regional and urban-rural development, and Chinese economy. Recently, his work evaluates the urban and regional development policies, and their effects on resource allocation and economic sustainability.





    Labor economics, Urban and Rural and Regional Development, Social Economics


    Prof. Lu has hosted many provincial and national projects sponsored by China's National Natural Science Fund, National Social Science Fund and Ministry of Education. He had also hosted international projects cooperated with the World Bank and the Asian Development Bank.




    1. The Space Power, China' s Economic Development: Institutions, Growth and Imbalances ( co-author ),

    2. China' s Regional Development: Review and Prospect (one of the editors)

    3.  A New Economic Growth Engine for China (one of the editors)

    4. China’s Development Road of Major Economy(co-author)

    5. China’s Regional Economic Development : Review and Prospect (co-author)

    6. The Market Integration and Industrial Agglomeration in the China Regional Economic Development (co-author)

    7. The Wages and Employment Bargaining Theory : Study on the Efficiency of China's Dual Employment System

    Prof. LU has obtained National Prize for Distinguished Ph.D. Dissertation, Shanghai Philosophy and Social Science Award, Humanities and Social Science Research Award for Outstanding Achievement in Colleges and Universities in China awarded the Ministry of Education, Distinguished Research Prizes of Human Resources Study awarded by the Ministry of Personnel, etc.




    Economics in Contemporary China (for graduates and MBA)