Min Zhu 1, Steven R Cohen, Kevin C Hicok, Rob K Shanahan, Brian M Strem, Johnson C Yu, Douglas M Arm, John K Fraser Affiliation 1 Cytori Therapeutics, Inc., San Diego, CA 92121, USA. Min Zhu is currently the Chairman of the National Institute of Financial Research at Tsinghua university，Sino-UK Professional and Financial Service Envoy for the Belt and Road Initiative. He is also a Board Trustee of Fudan University, World Economic Forum. Zhu Min, a former deputy managing director of the International Monetary Fund, is Chair of the National Institute of Financial Research at Tsinghua University.
Zhu, a former deputy managing director of the International Monetary Fund, said a 'dramatic increase in geopolitical risk' was an important factor under consideration when China drew up its 14th FYP, and noted the succession of U.S. withdrawals from international bodies and pacts under the Trump administration.
Zhu graduated from the Peking Union Medical University in 1998. She works in Lowell, MA and 1 other location and specializes in Neurology. Zhu is affiliated with Holy Family Hospital HaverHill Campus and Lowell General Hospital Saints Campus. Apr 20, 2020 Zhu Min describes how to harness human ingenuity in the fight against the COVID-19 coronavirus. The Right Way to Rebalance Trade Jan 22, 2019 Zhu Min & Miao Yanliang show why China’s multilateral view is the only way to ensure sustainable long-term growth. The Secret to Emerging-Economy Immunity.
'When 'decoupling' becomes a political buzzword in the international community, it also causes concerns, because China is such an open, globalized economy… if decoupling happened, what would be the picture, what would be the solution? We don't want this to happen, but we have to think about it carefully.”
Pressed later by ambassadors to China participating in the roundtable event, the 68-year-old said increased dialogue between China and the United States 'has become an urgent issue' for the sake of global development, given the fallout from the pandemic and the economic difficulties across the world.
Structural change is also a key issue for China. It is heading towards becoming a high-income country, Zhu said, but the next step is extremely challenging. Per capita GDP reached $10,000 for the first time this year, edging towards the World Bank high-income country threshold of $12,535.
However, the president of the National Institute of Financial Research at Tsinghua University warned this was a critical juncture.
Moving from the $10,000 level to high-income was extremely challenging for developing countries, many of which fell into the middle-income trap. 'Historical and international experience tell us, when a country moves from middle-income to high-income levels, the country will experience huge structural change.”
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Zhu cautioned that 'economic structural change is a big issue at this critical moment,' adding that examples from around the world suggested that agile and effective macroeconomic policy management was important.
Major structural change is underway in China, with a gradual shift away from manufacturing and towards services. Zhu said the country's manufacturing sector peaked in 2013 and services would continue to grow over the coming years.
Demographic shifts are also an issue China must adapt to over the coming years. Zhu said China now has 250 million people over the age of 60, and over the coming years age bands over 60 are expected to see net increases in numbers while groups below 60 will lose population size.
'That is a big issue for us today to think about. Labor supply is obviously a big issue, social welfare systems, security systems, healthcare systems. And how can we build more livable conditions, in housing, in communities, in cities, highways and parks, to suit this more aging population.”
The shift will also require an economic shift, he said, because older people consume less physical goods but require more services. 'Aging will have a huge impact on economic structure... also on social policy, (and) on city and community design as well.”
Min Zhu (朱敏; born 1948) is an Americanentrepreneur and philanthropist. Zhu is the co-founder and former president and chief technical officer of WebEx.
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Born in Ningbo, Zhu received his bachelor's degree from Zhejiang University. He also holds an M.S. in Engineering from Stanford University. He developed his technology expertise at the IBM Scientific Center in Palo Alto, California. He was also the deputy to the chief technical officer of Price Waterhouse and the vice president of Expert Edge, a software design company. In 1991, Zhu co-founded Future Labs, one of the first companies to produce multi-point document collaboration software. Quarterdeck acquired Future Labs in 1996, and Zhu went on to co-found WebEx with Subrah Iyar.
On May 13, 2005, Zhu resigned from WebEx and left the United States. Zhu continues to serve as a science and technology advisor to the municipal government of San Jose, a member of the University of California President's Board on Science and Innovation, a board director of the Hua Yuan Science and Technology Association and a partner at New Enterprise Associates.
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In September 2005, NEA announced plans to back Chinese venture firm Northern Light. This venture fund is raising a first, $100 million fund this fall. NEA general partner Scott Sandell described his firm's relationship to Northern Light as akin to a 'special LP,' whereby Northern Light will receive part of its institutional backing from NEA and provide NEA with deal flow. The new firm, founded by Zhu along with Chinese entrepreneurs Feng Deng and Yan Ke, will share office space in China with NEA venture partner Xiaodong Jiang.
Min Zhu is the father of Erin Zhu, CEO of OpenNote. Erin is a graduate of Stanford Graduate School of Business, where she was a Sloan Fellow. She and her husband Blixa Bargeld are featured in the 2010 book Designing Media written by Bill Moggridge about 37 of the most influential people in the media industry. Blixa Bargeld is the founder and lead vocalist of the German band Einstürzende Neubauten. The couple resides in San Francisco, Beijing and Berlin with their daughter.
On May 13, 2005, WebEx announced that Zhu was stepping down as WebEx's CTO and retiring to China, where he would serve as a 'WebEx Fellow.'
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