Co-Founder and Managing Director, Center for China Analysis
Jing Qian co-founded the Center for China Analysis (CCA) at the Asia Society Policy Institute alongside the Hon. Dr. Kevin Rudd, to whom he served as a Senior Advisor for almost a decade. As the Managing Director of CCA, Jing leads its strategy, research, and policy work on China, which includes coordination of a series of Track 1.5/2 dialogues. Jing also co-leads the Decoding Chinese Politics and Cure4Cancer International Clinical Trials Collaboration projects.
Jing serves as an Advisory Board Member of the Bloomberg New Economy Forum and is a founding member of the Bloomberg New Economy International Cancer Coalition. Jing is also a Senior Fellow at the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy at the University of Toronto.
Jing’s own research is focused on China's elite politics and its impact on China's domestic and foreign policy, particularly regarding U.S.-China relations. His analyses have appeared in CBC, The Economist, Wall Street Journal, Harvard Business Review, Nature, Nature Medicine, etc.
A graduate of Harvard, Jing is deeply interested in the liberal arts. He co-founded Project Agora, with H.E. George Papandreou, aiming to educate the citizens and citizen-leaders for our society through the transformative power of a liberal arts education.
Why Does China Want to Build an Economy of “National Greatness”? (The Economist)
What Party Control Means in China (The Economist)