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Ran Tao

Nonresident Senior Fellow - Foreign Policy, Brookings-Tsinghua Center

TAO Ran is a nonresident senior fellow of the Foreign Policy program whose research focuses on topics related to China's ongoing economic transition. He is a professor in the School of Economics and the director of China Center for Public Economics and Governance at Renmin University in Beijing. A specialist in the Chinese economy, he has published on the political economy of China’s economic transition, land and household registration reform in China’s urbanization, local governance and public finance in rural China. His research has appeared most recently in the Journal of Comparative Economics, the Journal of Development Studies, Land Economics, Urban Studies, Political Studies, China Quarterly and Land Use Policy.

Affiliations:
National Academy of Development and Strategy, assistant dean
Renmin University of China, School of Economics, professor

TAO Ran is a nonresident senior fellow of the Foreign Policy program whose research focuses on topics related to China’s ongoing economic transition. He is a professor in the School of Economics and the director of China Center for Public Economics and Governance at Renmin University in Beijing. A specialist in the Chinese economy, he has published on the political economy of China’s economic transition, land and household registration reform in China’s urbanization, local governance and public finance in rural China. His research has appeared most recently in the Journal of Comparative Economics, the Journal of Development Studies, Land Economics, Urban Studies, Political Studies, China Quarterly and Land Use Policy.

Affiliations:
National Academy of Development and Strategy, assistant dean
Renmin University of China, School of Economics, professor