China Development Finance
Sheng Zhang is a Research Analyst on the Chinese Development Finance Program team at AidData. He supports the team in tracking underreported financial flows by conducting data quality assurance, managing research assistants, and contributing to data analysis. Prior to joining AidData, Sheng worked in Washington DC at the American Enterprise Institute for the Asian Economies team. He holds an MA in Public Management from Johns Hopkins University and a Bachelor of Economics from Zhongnan University of Economics and Law.
M.A., Public Management, Johns Hopkins University
Bachelor of Economics, Zhongnan University of Economics and Law
Banking on the Belt and Road: Insights from a new global dataset of 13,427 Chinese development projects
Ammar A. Malik, Bradley Parks, Brooke Russell, Joyce Jiahui Lin, Katherine Walsh, Kyra Solomon, Sheng Zhang, Thai-Binh Elston, Seth Goodman
Tracking Chinese Development Finance: An Application of AidData’s TUFF 2.0 Methodology
Samantha Custer, Axel Dreher, Thai-Binh Elston, Andreas Fuchs, Siddharta Ghose, Joyce Jiahui Lin, Ammar A. Malik, Bradley C. Parks, Brooke Russell, Kyra Solomon, Austin Strange, Michael J. Tierney, Katherine Walsh, Lincoln Zaleski, Sheng Zhang