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Zhang Hai Haibing

Prof. Zhang Haibing, Executive Director of the Institute for World Economy Studies, Shanghai Institutes for International Studies (SIIS). She received master and doctoral degree respectively from Nankai University (2001) and Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences (2004).Prof. Zhang specializes in the study of global economic governance, especially regarding official development aid, EU regional integration studies, and G20. Her main publications include two monographs Research On European Regional Integration( Shanghai Academy of Social Science Press, 2005), Development Oriented Aid: The Model of China’s Aid towards Africa ( Shanghai People’s Publishing House,2013), and more than 30 academic papers, which are “New Trends of Global Economic Governance: A Case Study of the Euro Debt Crisis’s Response” Chinese Journal of European Studies, No.3, 2013; “The background and new trend of EU ODA policy adjustment” , Deutschland-Studien, No.2,2011; “G20 Institutionalization: Trends and Impacts”, World Economy Study, No.9 2010; “Motion and Trend of world Economic System Adjustment under Financial Crisis”, Scientific Development, No.10, 2009; “China’s Non-Political Conditionality Aid Principle: Theory and Significance”, Journal of Contemporary Asia-Pacific Studies), No.6, 2009;“ Analysis on G8 aid to Africa”, Social Science ,No7, 2009; ” “A Comment on the German Aid Policy towards Africa”, West Asia And AfricaNo7, 2008; “ Japan’s ODA Policy towards Africa in 21st Century”, World Economy, No.10, 2008; China’s Aid to Africa: oil oriented or not ”, World Economy Studies, No. 10, 2007; “China-ASEAN Regional Economic Cooperation: Development and Problems”, Contemporary Asia-Pacific Studies, No.8, 2005,“Economical Globalization and Regional Economic Integration”, Qiu Shi, N0.1, 2004, etc.