白永辉（JEAN-MARC F. BLANCHARD )，美国宾夕法尼亚大学博士,华东师范大学国际关系与地区发展研究院特聘教授和跨国公司研究中心执行主任。现任美国Asian Perspective编辑委员会成员, 美国《中国政治学刊》编辑委员会成员，美国International Journal of Emerging Markets编辑委员会成员，中国Journal of International Business Ethics编辑委员会成员，香港国际关系研究月刊编委员会，美中关系全国委员会会员，和中国国际广播电台英语全球财经评论员。曾任上海交通大学国际关系与公共事务学院教授，院长助理，旧金山州立大学中美政策研究中心副主任，美国中国政治研究学会前任会长，美国《中国政治学刊》前副主编。研究领域包括中国对外直接投资、海外公司在华投资、中国投资公司、中国对外经济政策，中国对外能源安全政策、国家安全政治经济学(经济鼓励措施和经济制裁)和经济全球化等。发表学术期刊论文和专著章节40余篇 (19 SSCI篇文章)，合著专著1本，合著编著4本，1本编辑专刊以及2本合著编辑专刊。最新的著作包括Economic Statecraft and ForeignPolicy (2013), “Thinking about China and the WTO 10 Years after Accession” (Asian Journal of Social Science 专刊, 2013)“China and Soft Power” (Asian Perspective专刊, 2012); New Thinking about The Taiwan Issue: Theoretical Insights into Its Origins, Dynamics, and Prospects (2012), Multidimensional Diplomacy of Contemporary China (2010), Harmonious World and China’s New Foreign Policy (2008), Power and the Purse (2000) 等。他在宾夕法尼亚大学获得政治学博士学位，宾夕法尼亚政治学硕士学位，和加州大学伯克利分校经济学本科学位。此前, 曾为美国旧金山Kelling, Northcross, and Nobriga (KNN)公共财政顾问投资银行与美国联邦存款保险公司 (FDIC)雇员.
JEAN-MARC F. BLANCHARD (白永辉), Ph.D. is Distinguished Professor, School of Advanced International and Area Studies, East China Normal University, and Executive Director of the Center for the Study of Multinational Corporations. He also is a member of the Editorial Boards for Asian Perspective (US),Journal of Chinese Political Science (US), International Journal of Emerging Markets (US), the Journal of International Business Ethics (China), and the Global Studies Journal (HK) and a member of the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations. He previously served as Assistant Dean, School of International and Public Affairs, Shanghai Jiaotong University (China), Associate Director of the SFSU Center for China-U.S. Policy Studies (US), and the President of the Association of Chinese Political Studies (US). His research interests include Chinese outward foreign direct investment, inward foreign direct investment into China, the China Investment Corporation, Chinese foreign economic policy, Chinese foreign energy security policy, multinational corporations, and globalization. He is a co-author ofEconomic Statecraft and Foreign Policy, the editor or co-editor of and a contributor to eight edited volumes and special journal issues and the author of more than forty refereed articles and book chapters in various top academic publications. He currently serves as a Business and Economics commentator for China Radio International’s Global English service and is frequently interviewed by international media. Dr. Blanchard received his Ph.D. and MA degrees in Political Science from the University of Pennsylvania and A.B. in Economics from the University of California, Berkeley. Prior to his career in academia, Dr. Blanchard worked for the U.S. government Federal Savings & Loan Insurance Corporation and Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and for the investment banking firm Kelling, Northcross, & Nobriga.