Li Tieying
李铁映
Vice Chairperson of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress
In office
18 March 2003 – 4 March 2008
ChairpersonWu Bangguo
President of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
In office
March 1998 – January 2003
Preceded byHu Sheng
Succeeded byChen Kuiyuan
Chairperson of the State Commission for Restructing Economy
In office
March 1993 – April 1998
Preceded byChen Jinhua
Succeeded byZhu Rongji
In office
April 1987 – April 1988
Preceded byZhao Ziyang
Succeeded byLi Peng
Chairperson of the State Education Commission
In office
April 1988 – March 1993
Preceded byLi Peng
Succeeded byZhu Kaixuan
Minister of Electronics Industry
In office
June 1985 – April 1988
Preceded byJiang Zemin
Succeeded byZou Jiahua
Personal details
BornSeptember 1936 (age 85–86)
Bao'an County, Shaanxi, China
Political partyChinese Communist Party
Spouse(s)Qin Xinhua
ChildrenLi Lijian
Parent(s)Li Weihan
Jin Weiying [zh]
Alma materBeijing Foreign Studies University
Charles University
Shanghai International Studies University
Chinese name
Simplified Chinese
Traditional Chinese

Li Tieying (Chinese: 李铁映; born 1936) is a retired politician of the People's Republic of China. He held many positions since 1955, including Vice Chairman of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress and President of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. He is an author of several books.[1] For more than 20 years he served as Minister in charge of the State Commission for Economic Restructuring, and participated in major decision making and the implementation of China’s economic reforms during that time.[2]

Early life

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Li was born September 1936 in Changsha, Hunan province. When studying at No. 2 Middle School attached to Beijing Normal University and Beijing Russian Language Training School (now Beijing Foreign Studies University) from 1950 to 1955, he joined the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in April 1955.

He started working in September 1961 as a senior engineer, after graduating from Faculty of Mathematics and Physics of Charles University in Czechoslovakia.[3]

Career

Published works

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h Li, Tieying. "Li Tieying". Retrieved 2 January 2012.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g "Chinese Biography of Li Tieying". Archived from the original on 13 December 2013. Retrieved 18 April 2012.
  3. ^ Hudeček, Jiří. "Výměna studentů a vědců mezi Čínou a Československem v padesátých letech 20. století". Dějiny a současnost. XXXXIX (2): 21–23. ISSN 0418-5129.
  4. ^ Peng, Sen; Li, Tieying; Xiaomin, She; Yang, Qixian; Zhang, Xiaochong; Jin, Chuntian (25 August 2010). China's Economic Reform (5-Volume Set). ISBN 9789814298087.
Government offices Preceded byJiang Zemin Minister of Electronics Industry 1985–1988 Succeeded byZou Jiahua Preceded byZhao Ziyang Chairperson of the State Commission for Restructing Economy 1987–1988 Succeeded byLi Peng Preceded byLi Peng Chairperson of the State Education Commission 1988–1993 Succeeded byZhu Kaiyuan Preceded byChen Jinhua Chairperson of the State Commission for Restructing Economy 1993–1998 Succeeded byZhu Rongji Academic offices Preceded byHu Sheng President of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences 1998–2003 Succeeded byChen Kaiyuan Non-profit organization positions Preceded byMa Wenrui China Yan'an Spiritual Research Association 2004–2020 Succeeded byWang Chen