Mo Ji

Chief Economist—Greater China

Mo Ji joined AB’s Global Economics team in 2018 as a Senior Vice President and Chief Economist for Greater China. Previously, she was chief economist for Asia ex Japan at Amundi Hong Kong. Prior to that, Ji was the global chief economist at Azentus Capital Management (formerly Goldman Sachs Principal Strategies Asia), and before that, she worked at Deutsche Bank Hong Kong, covering China economics under Jun Ma, who was the former chief economist for People’s Bank of China. She holds a BA from Renmin University and an MA from Peking University, both in international economics, and a PhD from Columbia University, where she studied under the supervision of Professor Joseph E. Stiglitz, a 2001 Nobel laureate in economics, and helped Professor Stiglitz in advising the Chinese government from 2005 to 2018. Location: Hong Kong

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Hard Landing for China’s Growth? Six Factors to Watch

Hard Landing for China’s Growth? Six Factors to Watch

by Mo Ji, Shamaila Khan
Will China’s economy suffer a hard landing? That’s been a concern voiced by investors almost every year for the past 10 years. But now, with China’s incredible increase in debt and leverage (not to mention escalating trade wars), the possibility of a hard landing would have critical implications for all global markets.

China, Economics, Emerging Markets, Fixed Income, Trade Wars


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