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Zhao, Xinge

Professor of Finance and Accounting;
Associate Dean;
Director of Finance MBA (FMBA) Programme, CEIBS

Professor Xinge Zhao is Professor of Finance and Accounting, Associate Dean, and Director of the Finance MBA (FMBA) Programme at CEIBS. Professor Zhao joined the school in 2005.  Between 2006 and 2010, he was Programme Director of the CFO Programme. Prior to joining CEIBS, he used to be a faculty member at School of Business Administration, College of William and Mary in the U.S. He received his bachelor's degree from Peking (Beijing) University, and earned his Ph.D. degree from Northwestern University, both in economics. 

Professor Zhao's research is focused on mutual funds, investments and portfolio management, investor behaviour and protection, the bank wealth management product market in China, and managerial accounting. He has published in the Journal of BusinessJournal of International Business StudiesJournal of Banking and FinanceFinancial Analysts Journal, and Caijing-Financial Series. He also co-authored an academic book. His research and opinions have been featured in global media such as CCTVChina DailyEconomic ObserverChina Business News, and Moneyweek in China, The New York TimesInternational Herald TribuneInstitutional InvestorSmart Money, and CBS MarketWatch in the U.S., Reuters in the UK, Le Figaro and Les Echos in France, and The Edge Singapore in Singapore.

Professor Zhao serves on the Boards of several Chinese listed firms and financial institutions, and he has also provided consulting services to companies and organisations such as the Investment Company Institute (ICI), the trade association of the U.S. mutual fund industry. He was invited to be a guest speaker at the China Private Banking and Wealth Management Forum, the Personal Wealth Management Forum, and the Forbes China Wealth Management Forum. He also served as a judge for the Moneyweek Best Bank Wealth Management Product Survey, the Dragon TV Winner 100 Show, and a commentator for the Chinese Business Network/Dragon TV Brainstorm Show.

  • 2000 Ph.D., Economics, Northwestern University, USA 
  • 1994 M.A., Economics, Syracuse University, USA 
  • 1991 B.A., Economics, Peking (Beijing) University, China 
  • Mutual Funds 
  • Investments & Portfolio Management
  • Investor Behaviour and Protection
  • Bank Wealth Management Product Market in China 
  • Managerial Accounting 
  • Investments
  • Portfolio Management 
  • Managerial Accounting 
  • Zhao, Xinge, “Determinants of Flows into Retail International Equity Funds”, Journal of International Business Studies, 39(7), October/November 2008, 1169-1177
  • Zhao, Xinge, “Bank Wealth Management Products Alarm”, Caijing-Financial Series (《财经▪金融实务》), August 6, 2007
  • Zhao, Xinge, “Exit Decisions in the U.S. Mutual Fund Industry”, Journal of Business, 78(4), July 2005, 1365-1402.
  • Zhao, Xinge, “Determinants of Flows into Retail Bond Funds”, Financial Analysts Journal, 61(4), July/August 2005, 47-59
  • Zhao, Xinge, “Why Are Some Mutual Funds Closed to New Investors?” Journal of Banking and Finance, 28 (8), August 2004, 1867-1887 

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