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Yushan Guo
Mr. Guo Yushan is the founder and the current director and council member of TI. His research focuses on welfare and the bias in the economic analysis of public policy. He has also proposed reforms on monopolistic competition and the government’s interference in the economy. In addition, he is involved with TI’s research on tax revenue, the taxi industry and the Three Gorges Dam Project.
010-58734528
guoyushan@gmail.com
http://guoyushan.blog.caixin.com//
 
 
Nan Xia
Mr. Xia Nan is a senior researcher at TI, as well as an attorney at the Beijing Huayi Law Firm. He is mainly concerned with research on criminal law and civil rights. He has represented defendants in many sensitive criminal cases, including Cui Yingjie, Deng Yujiao, and Pan Rong. He is now in charge of research on implementation and effects of China’s Labor Contract Law and The Administrative Compulsory Law in TI. He has published many works, including The Study on the Implementation of Labor Contract Law, The Administrative Compulsory Law: Prospects and Critiques.
+86 13439158431
chuwangtai@gmail.com
http://www.xiananlaw.com
 
 
ChenLi You
Mr. You Chenli is a researcher at TI, and focuses on issues concerning the taxi industry, health care, public health and the land system, as well as anti-trust, regulatory reforms and property rights protection. He has been interviewed by China's leading media, as well as having several of his articles appear in the top newspapers, magazines, and websites. He is the main author and chief editor of TI’s "Report on the Taxi Industry" in 2009, 2010 and 2011.
010-58734528
youchenli@gmail.com
 
 
Furui Yang
Mr. Yang Furui, a researcher in TI, is in charge of the research on agriculture, farmers and rural areas. He has been involved in the study of China’s New Rural Medicare and its effects. In addition, he has also participated in the study and translation of transitional theories and relevant cases.
010-58734528
yangfurui1@gmail.com
 
 
Xinghui Ren
Mr. Ren Xinghui, TI researcher, is now directing research on the Three Gorges Dam. He is the editor-in-chief of www.sanxia2008.org , a web portal concerning studies on the Dam. Apart from this, he also manages TI’s Civic Transition Panel.

 

010-58734528
renxinghui2008@gmail.com
 
 
Fusheng Jin
Mr. Jin Fusheng, TI researcher, is the chief editor of TI’s Academic Correspondence. He is also the liaison officer for dealing with external communication.
010-58734528
chinajinfusheng@gmail.com
 
 
Kaiping Huang
Mr. Huang Kaiping is TI’s lead researcher on the taxpayer’s rights and the enactment of the mental health law. He is one of the authors of TI’s 2009 Report on Citizen Taxpayers’ Rights and Interests.
010-58734528
hkp19202@gmail.com
 
 
Zhi Liu
Mr. Liu Zhi, TI researcher, focuses mainly on monopolized industries that impact civilian livelihood, including electric power and energy. His proposal is that the monopolized industries should be reformed according market principles under the justice. He is currently doing research on the reform of the electric power industry.
010-58734528
liuzhi369@gmail.com
 
 
Zhengjun He
Mr. He Zhengjun, TI’s administrative director, is responsible for routine administration as well as the supervisor of TI’s documentary project, and has already produced the film No Private Property in Giant China, which documents the cycle of demolition and rebuilding in modern Chinese cities.
010-58734528
shibujian@gmail.com
 
 
 
Sulei Feng
Mr. Feng Sulei, TI’s IT and data processing administrator, is responsible for technical support and routine maintenance of the TI website and Ethernet. He is also the programmer of TI’s address book and TI’s library software.
010-62618102
fengsuleif@gmail.com
 
Our thanks to all the contributors to this English version website. All the tanslating and proof-reading works are done by our volunteers, including Sun Xusong, Yan Ying, Su Dongxia, Tu Wenwen, Shen An'ni, Zhu Ningyan, Ding Xiaoqian, and Christine-Marie Dixon. Special thanks to Mr. Jude Blanchette from Atlas Economic Research Foundation for his help on final overall proof.