Wu Lizi

Personal profile

Name: Wu Lizi

Gender: Male

Title: Associate Professor

Tel:010-67396398

E-mail: Chinawlz@vip.sina.com

Research Areas:

1. Urban Sociology

2. Rural Sociology

Publications:

1. Why industrialization in the Yangtze River Delta region does not lead to urbanization——AnEmpirical Analysis of the Reasons for the Lag in Urbanization in Jiangsu Province [J]. Social Sciences in Nanjing, 2001(07):64-68.

2. Institutional Innovation and China's Urbanization [J]. Modern Economic Research,2002(08):19-22+70.

3.Theory about "Farmers" and Rural Policy System Call for Reconstruction——What do We Learn from the Second Survey ofDingxian? [J]. Journal ofRenmin University of China, 2004(05):46-58.

4. On the Poverty Problem of Farmers in the Period of Social Transformation——The Universal Conclusion ofDingxian Re-investigation [J]. Social Science Research, 2007(05):110-117.

5. On the Dilemma and Outlet of Rural Management in the Period of Social Transformation——The Universal Conclusion ofDingxian (Dingzhou) Re-investigation [J]. Jianghai Academic Journal, 2007(06):91-97.

6. Modern Market Analysis Methods . , Ningxia people's Publishing House, 1997.

7. On theMotivation of Contemporary Urbanization in China . , Henan people's Publishing House, 2008.

8.Structural Poverty of the Peasant . , Social Sciences Press, 2008.

9. China's Experience—30 Years of Reform and Opening-Up, Shanxi People’s Publishing House. 2008.

Personal Statement:

WuLizi offers coursessuch as Social Research Methods and Social Statistics. He is the producer, planner and documentary director of a 7 episodes TV documentary namedZhaicheng City—Survival and Struggle of a North China Village. He alsohas researchprojectssuch as:

1. 30-Year Employment Flow of Farmers in North China, a major issue of BeijingMunicipal Education Commission, 2008-2009;

2. Social Structure Planning ofChaoyang District under the Goal of the multiple aspects of transformation, Soft Science Project of Beijing Science and Technology Commission, 2008.