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Zhao began to study the Bible with the intent of proving there was no truth in it, but after three months, he “admitted defeat” and converted to Christianity.
- 1989 BSc Economics Shandong University
- 1995 Institute of Economics of Nankai University, master's degree in economics
- 1999 Guanghua Management Institute of Beijing University, doctorate in economics
He was formerly the Head of the Economic Research Center, Macro Strategy Department of State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of the China State Council (SASAC). In addition, he teaches at the Management School of the University of Science and Technology, Beijing.
He was a Guest Researcher for the World Bank China Center for Economic Research at Beijing University; a Special Researcher at China Society and Economic Reform; a Special Researcher, Unirule Institute of Economics; Observer for China Central Television's "Financial and Economic Report"; and was nominated for the China Young Scholar of Economics Award.
His principal fields of research are: macro economy and policy analysis, state-owned enterprise reform, and market analysis and forecast.
He has over 200 research publications in major economic journals in China, on topics such as: policy analysis on financial crisis, petroleum impact on Chinese economy, and employment and enterprise development.
He currently Director of the Cypress Leadership Institute in Beijing
Zhao has pioneered the studies of market economy and ethics in China, and his "The real story behind Chinese economic growth" was approved as required reading for State Council economist conference by former Premier Zhu Rongji.
Notes and references
- Interview with Zhoa Xiao in PBS Frontline World
- Online translated version of "Market Economies With Churches and Market Economies Without Churches"
- God is Back (Allen Lane, 2009) p 8
- web-page at USTB[permanent dead link]
- UBS Wolfsberg Data 2006 Archived July 18, 2011, at the Wayback Machine.
- Cypress Leadership Institute homepage Archived December 29, 2012, at the Wayback Machine.