Dr. Qing Zhang specializes in applying quantitative analysis and economic modeling to litigation and regulatory proceedings revolving around antitrust and intellectual property.
Dr. Zhang's academic research is in applied microeconomics with an emphasis on political institutions and urban policies. He is a fellow of the Center for Development Economics and Policy at Columbia University, and his peer-reviewed publications include a study on the link between online participation and policy outcomes, which appeared in the journal Governance. He has served as a consultant to the Asian Development Bank, and received numerous academic fellowships.
Dr. Zhang received his PhD and MPhil in Economics from Columbia University and his BS in Information Systems and Management Science from Tsinghua University.
Consultant, The Asian Development Bank