Zhou Xiaojing, CCG Non-Resident Senior Fellow, Former Director of Asia-Africa Development Research Institute at the Development Research Center of the State Council.
Mrs Zhou, Senior Fellow at Center for China and Globalization, Senior Fellow at Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies, Renmin University of China. She served as Director of the Asia-Africa Development Research Institute (AADRI) at the Development Research Center (DRC) of the State Council. She is Trustee and Director of the Center for Ecological Security Studies at China Foundation for International Studies, Vice-President of the China-Asia-Africa Development and Exchange Association, Vice President of the China Association for African Studies, Executive Director of China International Association for Urban and Rural Development, Director of the Chinese People's Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries.
Mrs Zhou has devoted decades of years to research on international relations, international economy and finance, Asian and African development, China's domestic economy, etc. She has published hundreds of articles and reports, among which home and internationally influential pieces published in 2016 include “How Should China Respond in a Post-Financial Tsunami Era”, “The Belt and Road Initiative helps to Boost the Internationalization of RMB”, “Thoughts on a Decade of Global Economy Depression after the Financial Crisis”, “The Belt and Road Initiative Underpins New Sino-African Energy Cooperation”, “A Rare Decade of Economic Recession Faces the World”, “RMB is not to Depreciate Sharply with the Supporting of Current Economic Trends”, “G-20 Hangzhou Summit and Global Governance”, “ A Trump Victory Brings More Good than Bad”, “The Trump Victory Urges Rational Thinking to Navigate Future Sino-US Relations” and “Sino-US Trade Relations Face Greater Challenges but also Opportunities After the Trump Victory”.