Haibin Zhu is a managing director and Chief China Economist at J.P.
Morgan. He is also the head of Greater China economic research. Prior to
joining J.P. Morgan in 2011, Mr. Zhu was a research economist at the
Bank for International Settlements (BIS) for a decade. Mr. Zhu wrote
extensively on the China economy, banking regulation and financial
stability, and risk management. He has published a dozen of articles in
peer-reviewed journals including Review of Financial Studies, Journal of Banking and Finance, and International Journal of Central Banking, and won best paper awards in areas of real estate valuation, fixed income and banking. Currently he is a column writer for Caijing and Caixin,
adjunct research fellow at the National Institute of Financial Research
(NIFR), Tsinghua University, and adjunct professor at Chinese
University of Hong Kong (Shenzhen). Mr. Zhu obtained a Ph.D. degree in
economics from Duke University and, a M.A. from the Graduate School of
People’s Bank of China, and a B.S. from Beijing University.