Institute of New Structural Economics at Peking University

2019-10-11 10:03

The Institute of New Structural Economics at Peking University (INSE) is a pilot academic institute in China that dedicates to indigenous theoretical innovation in the field of social sciences. Founded in December 2015 by Prof. Justin Yifu Lin, former Senior Vice President and Chief Economist of the World Bank, INSE aims to serve as a leading academic institute and a world-class flagship think tank by drawing lessons from the development experiences of China and other developing countries, and pioneering theoretical innovation, policy practice and broad dissemination of New Structural Economics, an economic theory that is proposed and championed by Prof. Justin Yifu Lin and his collaborators, and is widely praised by the international academic circle as the third generation of development economic theory after the Structuralism and the Neoclassicism.

Holding the idea of "integrating knowledge and achievement", INSE aspires to contribute to the development and prosperity of the developing countries, especially Belt and Road Countries, by conducting and facilitating academic research, policy practice, talent cultivation, and international communication and exchanges, and by empowering experts, scholars, government elites and students in developing countries to draw a specific as well as effective road map to the modernization for their countries.



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