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Haizhou Huang
Special-Term Professor of Finance
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Mr. Haizhou Huang is a Special-Term Professor of Finance at SAIF. He is also a Managing Director, Head of Equities Department and Management Committee Member at the China International Capital Corporation (CICC). He joined CICC in 2007 as a Managing Director, and had served as Co-Head and Head of Sales and Trading Department and Executive Chairman of Capital Market Committee; and Chief Strategist, Co-Head of Research Department and Executive Chairman of Research Coordination Committee.
 
He has over twenty-year experiences in serving clients in the financial industry and governments, as well as conducting research at market, policy and academic institutions. He was Chief Economist for Greater China at Barclays Capital (2005 – 2007), and Senior Economist at the International Monetary Fund (IMF, 1998 - 2005). He gained academic experiences at the Chinese University of Hong Kong and the London School of Economics (LSE), as well as a special term professor of finance at Tsinghua University's School of Economics and Management (2002-2005).
 
He holds a Ph.D degree in business from Indiana University, USA, and a master and bachelor degrees, both in engineering, from China. He has over twenty publications in leading academic and policy journals, including American Economic Review, China Economic Review, European Economic Review, Journal of Banking and Finance, Journal of International Economics, Journal of Monetary Economics, etc.
 
He is Vice President of the China Society of World Economics, Member of the China Finance 40 Group (CF40), Member of Expert Committee of China’s Thirteenth Five-year Plan, Member of the Hong Kong Financial Services Development Council, and Member of the Global Agenda Council of the World Economic Forum.

Research Interests
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Journal Publications & Working Papers
1. Huang, Haizhou, and Shang-Jin, Wei, 2006, Monetary Policies for Developing Countries: The Role of Corruption, Journal of International Economics.
2. Huang, Haizhou, and Charles Goodhart, 2005, The Lender of Last Resort, Journal of Banking and Finance.

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Current Courses
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Faculty & Research
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