Haiyan Wang

Haiyan Wang is managing partner of the China India Institute, a Washington, DC- based research and advisory organization with a focus on the transformational rise of emerging markets, especially China and India, and implications for key stakeholders. She has also served as an adjunct professor of strategy at INSEAD. Ms. Wang co-writes a regular column for Bloomberg Businessweek and articles for the Harvard Business Review online. She is the co-author of three books: The Silk Road Rediscovered, Getting China and India Right, and The Quest for Global Dominance (Second Edition). A contributing editor for the Chief Executive magazine, Ms. Wang has also written opinion pieces that have appeared in leading international media, and she has been interviewed frequently by prominent business media outlets. She has also been named a “New Guru” by the Economic Times and was ranked by Thinkers50 as “one of the world’s most influential management thinkers” in 2017. A native of China, Ms. Wang has spoken at major conferences including Summer Davos, The Economist, Foreign Affairs, TEDx, CNN Expansión, Brookings Institution, Asia Society, and Global Peter Drucker Forum events and at corporate forums in the United States, Europe, Asia, and Latin America.

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