Professor Zhang Chi is an Associate Dean in the School of Archaeology and Museology, Peking University. His scholarly expertise covers the Neolithic archaeology of China. As a specialist in field archaeology, he has participated in fieldwork at the Shijiahe, Xianrendong, and Baligang archaeological sites. His publications include Yangshan, Minhe, Xianrendong and Diaotonghuan, Prehistoric Settlement in the Middle and Lower Yangtze River, and The Origin of Social Power.
Zhang Hai is Professor at the School of Archaeology and Museology, Peking University. He is interested in archaeological mapping and information technologies, geographic information systems and landscape archaeology.
Prof. Zhang Qingmin is a Professor and Chair of the Department of Diplomacy, the School of International Studies Peking University. His teaching and research interests include Chinese Foreign Policy, Diplomatic Studies, Theory of Foreign Policy Analysis, and China and East Asia.
Prof. Zhang Shiqiu is a professor of Peking University (College of Environmental Sciences and Engineering, Institute of Environment and Economy). She has been teaching on environmental economics and environmental management, and has been conducting various research projects related to environment and development issues which covers Environmental Economics, Environmental Policy and Management, and global environmental treaties. She is a member of Scientific Advisory Panel for UNEP Climate and Clean Air Coalition to Reduce Short Lived Climate Pollutants (CCAC), Senior expert member of UNEP Technology and Economic Assessment Panel for implementing Montreal Protocol, Co-Chair of the Task force for Replenishment of the Multilateral Fund of Montreal Protocol. She is a vice president and Board of Directors of East Asian Association on Environment and Resource Economics (EAAERE).
Professor Zhang Wei is an Associate Professor of Applied Economics at Guanghua School of Management, Peking University. He also serves as the Associate Director of the Chinese Medical Doctor Association’s Economic Evaluation Center. He is responsible for the Guanghua School of Management’s projects on medical treatment and health industry. His research focuses on innovative business models in emerging markets, non-market policies, and the organization of innovation in medical treatment services.
Zhang Xudong is a Professor of Comparative Literature and East Asian Studies, and serves as the Director of China House at New York University. He is a University Chair Professor in the Humanities (visiting) at Peking University and the Director of International Center for Critical Theory-PKU. His main research areas include critical theory, modern Chinese literature and culture, aesthetics, and political philosophy.
Zhang Zhixue is a Professor of Organization Management and Director of the Research Center in Behavioral Science at the Guanghua School of Management, Peking University. He is a former awardee of the Distinguished Young Scholar Fund of the National Science Foundation of China. Professor Zhang’s research interests include Chinese leadership, team process, negotiation and conflict management, and cross-cultural management. He is a senior editor of Management and Organization Review and serves on the editorial board of Negotiation and Conflict Management Research and Acta Psychologica Sinica.
Professor Zheng is the Director of the Institute of Population Research, a WHO Collaborating Center for Reproductive Health and Population Science at Peking University, and Dean of the PKU-APEC Health Science Academy. She was awarded multiple grants from organizations and governments in China and abroad, and has headed major projects in the field of population health and social development. She is currently the Chinese representative for the Washington Group on Disability at the United Nations, and Vice-President of the China Disability Research Society.
Prof. Zhou Li’an is a Professor in the Department of Applied Economics, Guanghua School of Management; doctoral degree supervisor; dean of the Department of Applied Economics; deputy director of IEPR; one of the ‘Ten Top Teachers of Peking University’ and Distinguished Professor of Changjiang Scholars Program of the Ministry of Education. Prof. Zhou obtained his BA and Master’s degrees in Economics from Peking University in 1988 and 1991, and a Ph.D. in Economics from Stanford University in 2002.
Zhou Qiang is an Assistant Professor at the School of Government, Peking University. His field of expertise includes international and comparative political economy, globalization and global governance, and partisan politics in OECD countries.