Harvey Chen is chairman of the advisory board of the Center for Creative Leadership, Greater China, and has been instrumental in setting up and leading the Center’s operations in China. Harvey’s association with Oxford Analytica dates back to 2001, as a contributor to the Daily Brief and as a consultant to some of the client projects of the Advisory Service.
Harvey’s experience spans academia (with the London School of Economics), public policy (with the International Monetary Fund and his early work with the Economic Research Institute of Guangzhou Municipal Government in China), the private sector (with JP Morgan Chase in New York), the state owned enterprise sector (Guangzhou Shipyard), professional education (as CEO of Global EduTech Management Ltd. in China, and as founder and chairman of Frist Light Academy of Finance & Management, Shanghai), consulting (for major multinational corporations), and leadership development and organizational transformation (with the Center for Creative Leadership).
Harvey has served on the boards of Bank of Montreal China Co., Bank of Wenzhou, and Luwa Air Engineering (Shanghai) Ltd., and was a two-term commissioner of the Expert Advisory Commission of China State Council Overseas Chinese Affairs Office, and an overseas observer to the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference.
Harvey received his BS degree from Shanghai Jiao Tong University, and MA, MPhil and PhD degrees from Columbia University.