Di Dongsheng
Professor and Associate Dean of the School of International Studies (SIS) at Renmin University of China (RUC). Dr. Di is the vice president of the China Society of Emerging Economies (CSEE) and the founding dean of the School of Global and Area Studies of RUC.
He is one of the most influential Chinese political economist. His research interests include The International Political Economy of Monetary and Finance, China’ s Foreign Economic Relations, American Political Economy, Political Economics of Empires.
Featured Works
Dongsheng, Di; Lun, Wei (2015). Great Power Currencies: International Currencies and Currency Internationalization (in Chinese). Beijing: Peking University Press. ISBN 9787301254813.
Dongsheng, Di (2019). Money, Power and People: The Humanistic Political Economy of the Global Monetary and Financial System (in Chinese). Beijing: Chinese Social Sciences Press. ISBN 9787520344029.
Dongsheng, Di (2019). Why China has a Future (in Chinese) (3rd ed.). Mechanical Industry Press. ISBN 9787111628330.
Dongsheng, Di (2021). Parallel Competition (in Chinese). Beijing: Oriental Publishing House. ISBN 9787520722353.
In 2001, Dr. Di worked as a visiting scholar at Science Po Paris in France, and further expanded his international experience as a visiting scholar at Durham University in the UK in 2003. Additionally, he taught as a part-time teacher at Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) and Boston University Brussels (BU-Brussels-Campus) during 2005-2006.
Starting in 2011, Professor Di has been serving as the Deputy Director and Secretary-General of the Center for International Strategy Studies at Renmin University of China.
In 2015, he was invited to Georgetown University as a visiting scholar, where he delivered lectures on China's reform and economy at prestigious institutions including the US Department of State, Wall Street Hedge Fund, University of Chicago, and Chicago Stevenson Center.
In 2017, he became the Vice Dean of the School of International Relations at Renmin University of China.
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