Dr. Zha is a Professor of international political economy at Peking University, where he specializes in Chinese investment strategy as well as energy, food, and water issues. Prior to his tenure at Peking University, he taught at the University of Macao, the International University of Japan, and Renmin University of China. He is the author and editor of several books, including Managing Regional Energy Vulnerabilities in East Asia (2013), Building a Neighborly Community: post Cold War China, Japan, and Southeast Asia (2006), and The International Political Economy of China’s Oil Supply Security (in Chinese, 2005). Dr. Zha studied at the University of Hawaii, where he received his Ph.D.
Professor, Peking University