Gong Cheng

Senior Economist
Monetary and Economic Department, Office for Asia and the Pacific

Gong Cheng joined the BIS as a senior economist with the Representative Office for Asia and the Pacific. Before joining the BIS, he was a senior economist at the European Stability Mechanism, where he led policy and research work on official-sector lending and sovereign debt restructuring. He contributed to setting up the network of Regional Financing Arrangements (RFAs) and to enhancing the cooperation between RFAs and the IMF. Between 2010 and 2013, Gong Cheng worked as an economist in the International Macroeconomics Division at the Bank of France, focusing on international topics, such as global imbalances and reforms in the international monetary system. Gong Cheng holds a PhD in economics from Sciences Po Paris and master's degrees in finance and international political economy from Sciences Po and London School of Economics.

Fields of interest

  • International capital flows
  • International finance
  • Fiscal policy