Name: Wen Tiejun
Position: Executive Dean & Director
Organization: Renmin University of China(Beijing), Southwest University of China(Chongqing), Fujian Agriculture & Forestry University(Fuzhou)
He is one of the founding members of the Global University for Sustainability.
- 11 year pre-u experience of working, in local communities, as a peasant, truck driver, servant, etc.
- 21 year experience of being policy researcher in central governments after doctoral graduation
- 11 year teaching at universities
- Dean and Director of the schools
- Old volunteer and facilitator of rural reconstruction movement in China.
Articles:The Rhetoric and Reality of the TPP (203.5 KB) 2017-10-03
One Belt, One Road (164.6 KB) 2017-10-03
The Tyranny of Monopoly Finance Capital (295.7 KB) 2017-10-03
Re-organizing Peasant Labour for Local Resilience in China (183.3 KB) 2017-10-03
Barkin-Lemus Food Sovereignty (51.9 KB) 2017-09-29
Wen Tiejun et al - One Belt, One Road (164.6 KB) 2017-07-05 Author: Wen Tiejun.
Wen Tiejun et al - One Belt, One Road (164.6 KB) 2017-06-29 Author: Wen Tiejun.
China’s Stock Market Crash and Alternatives (361.8 KB) 2015-07-06 Author: Global University for Sustainability.
Discussions on Greece 20150706 (414.5 KB) 2015-07-06 Author: Wen Tiejun, Erebus Wong.
The Movement in Egypt: A Dialogue with Samir Amin (673.6 KB) 2015-03-24 Author: Wang Hui, Wen Tiejun, Lau Kin Chi.
The Development Trap of Financial Capitalism (305.8 KB) 2015-03-24 Author: Wang Hui, Wen Tiejun, Lau Kin Chi.
Should China Develop Small Cities and Towns? (2.1 MB) 2015-03-24 Author: Wen Tiejun,Wen Li.
Four Stories in One: Environmental Protection and Rural Reconstruction in China (220.7 KB) 2015-03-24 Author: Wen Tiejun.
Deconstructing Modernization (876.4 KB) 2015-03-24 Author: Wen Tiejun.
Chinese Strategic Transformation and Its Relationship to Industrialization and Capitalization (49.1 KB) 2015-03-24 Author: Wen Tiejun.
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His View on Grassroot Democracy:
“Grassroot democracy must be based on de-colonized knowledge, with historical culture of the indigenous and practical experience of the local. This should be created by mass participatory movements for self empowerment…”.
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