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William Lazonick, Founder and Chief Executive Officer. Dr. Lazonick is responsible for the company's strategic direction and content development. He is Professor in the Department of Regional Economic and Social Development at University of Massachusetts and Director of the UMass Lowell Center for Industrial Competitiveness. He teaches graduate courses on China and India in the global economy and the dynamics of innovative enterprise and global competition. Dr. Lazonick is the author or editor of twelve books and some 100 academic articles. His work has been translated into Chinese, among a number of other foreign languages. He is regularly invited to speak at academic conferences, research institutes, government agencies, and corporate associations around the world. He has been on the faculties of Harvard University, Columbia University, University of Tokyo, and INSEAD. Dr. Lazonick holds a B.Com. degree from University of Toronto, M.Sc. degree in economics from London School of Economics and a PhD degree in economics from Harvard University.

Hao Xie, Co-founder. Mr. Xie has been doing research and analysis in the United States in the past ten years in the field of regional competitive advantage, business strategy, and global supply chain management. Before founding ChinaAnalysis.Com, he was a senior business analyst at a Fortune 500 company and the founding member of six other companies in both US and China. Formerly, he was an electrical and software engineer, manager of business development and public relations, and business consultant in China for more than 10 years. As a Chinese native, speaking four dialects of Chinese, and having visited almost every province of China and many foreign countries, Mr. Xie understands many subtle differences between China and the rest of the world. Mr. Xie holds an MBA degree in Supply Chain Management and Finance, M.A. degree in Regional Economic and Social Development, and B.S. degree in Physics.

He Gao, Manager of Analysis and Customer Services. Mrs. Wang is responsible for oversight of the ChinaAnalysis.Com website development and brand extending initiatives. She has brought to the company her unique knowledge and firsthand experience with doing business in the U.S., China, and Japan. Formerly, she worked in a wide variety of positions in business analysis, sales and marketing, and customer services. She had lived and worked in Shanghai and Qingdao for over twenty years. Mrs. Wang received an interdisciplinary Master’s degree in economics and management from University of Massachusetts, and a Bachelor's degree in Japanese from the Japan Institute of Culture and Economics in Shanghai.

Yin Li , Editor of Opinion blog and Newsletters. As our editor and columnist, he writes on innovation, industrial development, and corporate governance on our website. Mr. Li holds a Bachelor's degree in Economics from People's University of China. As an undergraduate student in China, Mr. Li was invited to the St. Gallen Symposium in Switzerland to share his perspective on IPR and Chinese culture. Funded by the Ford Foundation, he is currently pursuing an interdisciplinary Master's program in economic development at the University of Massachusetts.


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