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Name: Ran Tao Date of Birth: Feb 27 1972
Gender: Male Nationality: P. R. China
Name: Ran Tao Date of Birth: Feb 27 1972
Gender: Male Nationality: P. R. China
Center For Chinese Agricultural Policy
Chinese Academy of Sciences
Room 3812, No, Jia 11, Datun Rd. Anwai
Beijing. P.R.China 100101
Phone: 86-10-64888979(o);Fax: 86-10-64856533
Shaw Research Fellow in the Economy of China
Institute for Chinese Studies and Department of Economics.
The University of Oxford
09/1997-09/2002，Ph.D. Program, Department of Economics, the University of Chicago.
Ph.D. Dissertation: Taxing Urban and Rural Households in China: Measurement, Economic Analysis and Policy Implications
Dissertation Committee: Professor D. Gale Johnson, Professor George Tolley, Professor Larry Sjaastad, the Department of Economics, The University of Chicago
09/1996-07/1997，. M.A. Department of Economics, The University of Chicago
09/1993-07/1996 Department of Urban and Environmental Sciences. M.S. in Urban and Regional Economics. Peking University.
09/1989–07/1993 Department of Geography. B.S.in Economic Geography and Urban & Regional Planning. Lanzhou University.
English Journal Articles:
1. Vanesa Pesqué-Cela, Ran Tao, Yongdong Liu, Laixiang Sun “Challenging, complementing or assuming ‘the Mandate of Heaven’? Political distrust and the rise of self-governing social organizationsin rural China” Forthcoming, 2009, Journal of Comparative Economics SSCI
2. Liu Mingxing, Rachel Murphy and Tao Ran and (forthcoming, 2009) “Education Administration and Performance after Rural Education Finance Reform—evidence from western China ” Forthcoming on International Journal of Education Development 2009 SSCI
3. Liu Mingxing Wang Juan, Ran Tao and Rachel Murphy (forthcoming 2009) “The Political Economy of Earmarked Transfers in a State-Designated Poor County in Western China: Central Policies and Local Responses” China Quarterly, 2009 SSCI
4. Wang Hui and Tao Ran （2009） “Transfer and Trade of Land Development Rights Under a Planned Land-Use System--the “Zhejiang Model” and its National Implications” Forthcoming China & World Economy, Vol. 1７, Issue 1, 2009 pp1-17 SSCI
5. Cao Guangzhong , Tao Ran, and Feng Changchun 2008 “Local Land Finance in China's Urban Expansion: Challenges and Solutions “ China & World Economy, Vol. 16, Issue 2, pp. 19-30, March/April 2008 SSCI
6. Tao Ran and Qin Ping 2007 “How Has Rural Tax Reform Affected Farmers and Local Governance in China? China and World Economy ”Volume: 15 (2007)Issue: 3 pp: 19-32 SSCI
7. Tao Ran and Liu Mingxing (forthcoming, 2011) “State Capacity, Local Fiscal Autonomy and Urban-Rural Income Disparity in China” forthcoming on China Information 2011
8. Liu Mingxing，Tao Ran，Yuan Fei and Cao Guangzhong (2008) “Instrumental land use investment-driven growth in China ” Journal of the Asia and Pacific Economy Volume 13, Issue 3 August 2008 , pages 313 – 331
9. Tao Ran and Xu Zhigang, (2007) “Urbanization, Rural Land System and Social Security for Migrant Farmers in China”, Journal of Development Studies. Volume 43 No. 7 pp1301-1320SSCI
10. Tao Ran and Xu Zhigang（2006）, “Groping for Stones to Crossing River versus Coordinated Policy Reforms? the Case of Two Reforms in China”, forthcoming on Journal of Policy Reform., vol. 9, issue 3, pages 177-201
11. Tao Ran and Liu Mingxing, (2005) 'Urban and Rural Household Taxation In China--Measurement, Comparison and Policy Implications' Journal of the Asia Pacific Economy, Volume 10, Number 4, Number 4/2005 , pp. 486-505(20)
12. . Xu, Zhigang, Michael Bennett, Tao Ran and Xu,Jintao (2004), “China’s Sloping Land Conversion Program Four Years on: Current Situation, Pending Issues”, International Forestry Review，Vol. 6, Issue 3-4: 317-327.SCI
13. . Tao Ran, Lin Yifu, Liu Mingxing and Zhang Qi, (2004)” Rural Taxation and Government Regulation in China”, Agricultural Economics, 31(2004) 161-168 SCI
14. . Xu, Jintao, Tao Ran and Gregory S. Amacher, 2004, “An Empirical Analysis of China’s State-Owned Forests”, Forest Policy and Economics, 6: 379-390. SCI
15. .Brooks Ray and Tao Ran “China’s Labor Market Performances and Challenges” (IMF Occasional Papers, No. 03/210,) 2003
ContributedBook Chapters in English
1. Tao Ran and Dali Yang Forthcoming 2009 “The Revenue Imperative and the Role of Local Government in China’s Transition and Growth” Forthcoming in a book on China’s Transition in the past Three decades, edited by Ronald Coase, The University of Chicago.
2. Murphy Rachel and Tao Ran, (2006), “No Wage and No Land: New Forms of Rural Unemployment and Policy Responses”, in Downsizing China: Unemployment and Market Reform, ed. by G. Lee and M. Warner Routledge Curzon.
3. Lin Justin Yifu, Tao Ran and Liu Mingxing, (2005), “Decentralization and Local Governance in the Context of China’s Transition”, in Decentralization to Local Governments in Developing Countries: A Comparative Perspective, ed. by Pranab Bardhan and Dilip Mookherjee, MIT Press.
4. Lin Justin Yifu, Tao Ran and Liu Mingxing, (2008 forthcoming), “Rural Taxation and Local Governance Reform in China’s Economic Transition: Origins, Policy Responses and Remaining Challenges”, in a book volume, ed. by Nicholas HopeStanford University Press.
5. Liu Mingxing and Tao Ran, (2007), “Regional Competition, Fiscal Reform and Local Governance in China”, in Paying for Progress, Public finance, Human Welfare, and Inequality in China, ed. by Vivienne Shue and Christine Wong. (Routledge Curzon).
6. Tao Ran, (2006), “Labour Market and Labour Policy Under Transition: A Case Study of China”, chapter 8, Invited contribution in “Cross-country Comparison Labour Market and Labour Policy”, Edited by Jesus Felipe and Rana Hana, Asian Development Bank, Macmillan
7. Tao Ran, (2008), “Hukou Reforms and Social Security for Migrants in China”, Commissioned Policy Paper by the International Organization for Migration (IOM) based in Geneva. a contributed chapter in “Labour Migration and Social Development in Contemporary China” Edited by Rachel Murphy, Routledge
8. Liu Mingxing and Tao Ran, (2007), ““Poverty Reduction, Regional Decentralization and Local Governance: A Case Study of China””, in “Interests, Institutions, and Contentions in China”, edited by Dali Yang, World Scientific Press.
9. Tao Ran, Xu Jintao, (2007), “Grain for Green or Grain for Gain- Food Policy, Local Governance and China’s Sloping Land Conversion Program”, in “Interests, Institutions, and Contentions in China”, edited by Dali Yang, World Scientific Press..
Huang Jikun, Tao Ran, Xu Zhigang and Liu Mingxing forthcoming 2008 “Institutional Changes and Sustainable Development: Agricultural and Rural Development in Reform Period Shanghai People’s Press
Publications in Chinese
Over 40 publications on core Chinese Social Science Journals including Chinese Social Sciences (2 articles), Journal of Economic Research (4 articles), China Economic Quarterly(2 articles), China Land Sciences( 2), China Agricultural Economic Review(2), China Agricultural Economy, China Agricultural Survey, Comparative Social and Economic Systems, World Economic Papers(2). Urban Planning, Chinese Social Science Review, Hong Kong Social Sciences Journal et al,
1. Chinese National Science Foundation Large Grant. “Agricultural Land System and Associated Social Security Issues in China’s Urbanization” 2007-2011, Value CNY 900,000 Principle Investigator.
2. Ford Foundation Grant “Township Reform and Local Informal organization” 2008-2009 Value US$ 60,000 Principle Investigator.
3. British Academy Large “Left-behind Children ” 2008-2009 GBP 60,000 Co-principle investigator with Rachel Murphy
4. European Union and the Ministry of Civil Affairs: “Determinants and Impacts of Village Election Quality in China: Empirical Analysis Based on Large Sample Survey”. 2005-2006 value Euro 80,000, Principle Investigator
5. Chinese National Science Foundation Grant. “A Study on Policy Burdens and Rural Taxation in China” 2004-2006 Value CNY 160, 000. Principle Investigator
6. Ford Foundation Grant “Rural Taxation and Local Public Finance”, 2003-2005 Value US$ 30,000 Principle Investigator
7. Chinese Academy of Sciences Research Grant “A Study on Local Governance in Post-Rural Tax Reform Period” 2005-2007 Value CNY 160,000 Principle Investigator
8. Urban China Research Network (New York) Research Grant, Spring 2004 New Faculty Award o n “Urbanization, Rural Land System and Social Security for Migrant Farmers in China”, 2004-2005 Value US $5,000 Principle Investigator
9. British Academy, Small Grant, “Realigning Property Rights in Rural China: Effects on Land Use, Transport Networking, and Urbanization” 2005-2006 Value GBP £ 7000, Co-Principle Investigator with Kun-chin Lin.
10. Overseas Young Chinese Forum and 1990 Institute “Local Governance Reform in China”, Value US$ 10,000 2004 Co-Principle Investigator with Mingxing Liu