Wang Zhengbing

Dr. Wang Zhengbing, born in 1964, is a professor in the College of Economics and Management, Northwest A&F University. Vice Director of the Centre for West Rural Development Studies. A member of National Committee of Subject Evaluating.

He got bachelor degree, master degree and doctor degree of the major of agricultural economics and management at Northwest Agricultural University. He was in Massey University, New Zealand, from August 2006 to September 2007 as visiting scholar. He also visited many universities in Austria, Netherlands, Singapore and Mongolia.

His research interestsare mainly in the areas of agricultural economics theory and agricultural policy analysis, and in particular the mode of agriculture operation in China. This includes mechanism of village cadres prompting. He has published 3 books and over 200 papers in many refereed journals and news papers such as People Daily, Management World, Chinese Rural Economy, Issues in Agricultural Economy , China Rural Survey etc and as a referee for a number of journals such as Journal of Issues in Agricultural Economy, Agrotechnical Economics, China Population Resource and Environment etc.

He has presented several new theories such as the theory of Intensive Cultivation and Farming, Careless Money, Twelve Human Natures etc.

He teaches Management Theory for PhD students, Advanced Agricultural Economics for post graduate students and Agricultural Economics for undergraduate students.

He has supervised 33 PhD students (12 students got doctor degree) and 55 post graduate students (44 students got master degree).

Address: The College of Economics and Management,

NorthwestA&F University,

3# Taicheng Road,

Yangling, Shaanxi, China

Post Code: 712100