Jia JinjingDirector of the Macro Research Department at Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies, Renmin University of China.
Expertise : Macro Research; International Finance; Innovation and Industrial Policy
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Jia Jinjing is a Committee Member of Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies at Renmin University of China and Director of the Macro Research Department. Jia has many years experience on policy research and analysis. His major research fields are international economic governance, finance, macroeconomics, geopolitics, innovation and industrial policy. Prior to joining the RDCY, Jia worked for the government and enterprises, and engaged in policy analysis, investment and financing practices.
High-speed rail project halt denied
Jia Jinjing, director of the macro research department at the Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies at Renmin University of China, said reports that the project was stalled reflect a complex of interests in the competition behind the rail. The rail deal was signed in October, after months of competition between China and Japan and a last-minute change of mind by Indonesia. ...2016-02-02
"Belt & Road" offers blueprint for peaceful development in Mideast
Xi`s visit has brought a new blueprint for the Middle East - realizing peaceful development via the "One Belt, One Road" initiative. The blueprint has been welcomed by all Middle Eastern nations. It is the only ideal way for the region to realize peace and development....2016-01-27
China can keep RMB exchange rate stable
China has already been the No 1 exporter of most its exported products, and there is an absence of foreign competition, which means the competition for these products exists only domestically, so there is no need for a currency competition. ...2016-01-18
Drawing a roadmap for moderately prosperous society
In the next five years, China will deepen its reform and opening up, and upgrade its international competitiveness. In the following decade, outward direct investment will reach some US$1.5 trillion, turning China into a major capital exporting country from a capital importing one....2015-11-03
China’s Great Game: Road to a new empire
If this approach does not work, China will be faced with some grim alternatives — either turn tail and leave, or risk getting bogged down in security commitments and local politics. It has made clear that it does not want to replace the US in Afghanistan nor does it see itself as a regional policeman. “China will not fall into the same mistakes,” says Jia Jinjing, a specialist on south Asia at Beijing’s Renmin University....2015-10-19
"2016: G20 and China"
This book from the "history" of the G20's past and present, a comprehensive discussion of the G20's origin and role, agenda,