Hu Angang is an economics professor at Tsinghua University.
Hu Angang was born on April 27, 1953 in Anshan, Liaoning Province, China. He is a professor in the School of Public Policy & Management at Tsinghua University as well as Director of the Center for China Study at Tsinghua-CAS.
Hu Angang received his masters degree at Beijing University of Science and Technology in 1984. He received his PhD in Engineering at the Chinese Academy of Sciences in 1988.
Mr. Hu worked as a visiting professor at Keio University in Japan from 2000–2001, and at Harvard University in 2001. He was a guest professor at Tongji University in Shanghai, China in 2000. He was a participating member of the group for China study at the Chinese Academy of Sciences from 1986-2000. He is currently an economics professor at Tsinghua University in Beijing, China and has been teaching there since 2000.
Hu is a research fellow in the Department of Economics at Chinese University in Hong Kong, as well as a research fellow in the Center for International Study at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Hu worked as the chief editor for China Studies Report, a circulated reference for senior officials. At the beginning of 2000, Dr. Hu directed the Center for China Study, a top think tank for policy-making.