H.J. Shen

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H.J. Shen (Shen Hsi-Jui)
Born (1905-05-08)May 8, 1905
Shanghai, China
Died February 24, 1996(1996-02-24) (aged 90)
San Francisco, California, United States
Occupation Banker and industrialist

Hsi-Jui Shen (Chinese: 沈熙瑞, May 8, 1905 in Shanghai, China – February 24, 1996 in San Jose, California, United States) was the former head of the central bank of China, and chief manager for the banking conglomerate HSBC (appointed in 1964). Shen was also among the first students of Chinese descent at Dartmouth College (class of 1927[1]) and Tuck School of Business (class of 1928). He had four children; David Shen, Dora Hsia, Douglas Shen, and Frank Shen.

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  1. ^ Dartmouth College archive

Bibliography[edit]

  • Solinger, D. (1991). From Lathes to Looms: China's Industrial Policy in Comparative Perspective: 1978-1992: Stanford University Press.

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