Xu Xiaonian, Professor of Economics and Finance, CEIBS
Xu Xiaonian is professor of Economics and Finance at the China Europe International Business School (CEIBS), an international business school located in Shanghai. He has worked for China International Capital Corporation Limited (CICC) since 1999 as Managing Director and Head of Research. Xu was ranked the No. 1 economics researcher among domestic brokerage firms in 2002 by Chinese institutional investors. Prior to joining CICC, Dr. Xu was Senior Economist with Merrill Lynch Asia Pacific based in Hong Kong, and a consultant for the World Bank in Washington, DC before that.
Xu obtained a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of California, Davis and an MA in Industrial Economics from People's University of China. He received the prestigious Sun Yefang Economics Prize in 1996, the highest Chinese award in the field, for his research on China's capital markets. Xu was also named one of China's Most Powerful People by BusinessWeek in 2009. His research interests include: macroeconomics, finance, financial institutions and financial markets, transitional economies, and China's economic reform.
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