Director of the Finance and Development Research Center of Tsinghua University.
Member of the Monetary Policy Committee of the People's Bank of China,
1981-1985 Bachelor of Science in Computer Science, Fudan University.
1985-1988 Study at School of Management, Fudan University, Master of Management.
In 1994, a doctorate degree in economics from Georgetown University.
Director of the Green Finance Committee of the China Finance Association, co-chair of the G20 Green Finance Research Group, and senior consultant of the United Nations Environment Programme.
1988-1990 Researcher, Development Research Center of the State Council
1992-2000 Senior economist of the World Bank and International Monetary Fund, providing economic policy research and consulting to many countries including China.
2000-2014 Chief Economist, Greater China, Deutsche Bank
In April 2014, he was appointed Chief Economist of the Central Bank Research Bureau
In October 2017, he was appointed Director of the Finance and Development Research Center of Tsinghua University.
The Economics of Air Pollution in China: Achieving Better and Cleaner Growth, Ma Jun, Columbia University Press, 2016
Green Finance: China and the G20：2016
"Easing the Financing Difficulties of Green Enterprises with Financial Instruments" , China Finance, 2015 (10): 9-11.
He mainly studies macroeconomics, monetary and financial policies, capital markets, green finance, etc. Ma Jun led his research team to conduct extensive and in-depth research on all aspects of the Chinese economy. Whether it is the local financing system, the pension gap, or the governance of PM2.5, they are in their vision.