Executive Director, Institute for World Economy Studies, Shanghai Institutes for International Studies (SIIS)
Expertise/Research Interests: development aid, EU regional integration, global economic governance, G-20
Languages: English, Mandarin
Bio: Professor Zhang Haibing is the executive director of the Institute for World Economy Studies, Shanghai Institutes for International Studies (SIIS), and specializes in the study of global economic governance and development issues, especially regarding official development aid, regional economic cooperation, EU regional integration studies, and the G-20. Her main publications include two monographs, Development Oriented Aid: The Model of China’s Aid towards Africa [Chinese] (Shanghai People’s Publishing House, 2013), and Research on European Regional Integration [Chinese] (Shanghai Academy of Social Science Press, 2005), and more than 30 academic papers, such as “China’s Non-Political Conditionality Aid Principle: Theory and Significance,” “Analysis of G-8 Aid to Africa,” “Japan’s ODA Policy towards Africa in 21st Century,” and “China’s Aid to Africa: Oil-Oriented or Not.” Professor Zhang received MA and PhD degrees in economics from Nankai University (2001) and the Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences (2004), respectively.