Jason Inch is a distinguished writer of several books about China’s economy and society, published in both English and Chinese since 2008.
In 2008, Jason co-authored Supertrends of Future China, a macroeconomic trend and business book published in more than 20 countries by World Scientific Publishing. He writes for various publications including Chambers of Commerce, magazines, and opinion page articles in various newspapers. Previously he was a columnist for the Shanghai Star Business Journal.
In 2012, Jason published China’s Economic Supertrends, based on the 2008 book he co-authored. China’s Economic Supertrends concerns the macroeconomic trends of China until 2018 and is written for executives, investors and professionals considering their China strategies.
For more information, please visit the China Supertrends website.
In 2013, he established LOHAUS, a Shanghai-based social enterprise; also a coworking and event space. Meaning a Loft (and a Lifestyle) of Health and Urban Sustainability, the members, staff and investors are all aiming for a greater social impact in their work and personal lives. At LOHAUS, Jason hosted events which promote awareness and action on environment and sustainable urban living. He has also written the ideas and concepts behind LOHAUS into a new book, also titled LOHAUS, available now online and direct from publishers in North America and China. For more information: http://www.lohaus.cn
In 2014, for his work in sustainability at LOHAUS, Jason was the recipient of the Shanghai International Excellence Award from the Shanghai Daily / International Channel Shanghai, and also the Emerging Leaders Award for Community Advancement from his MBA alma mater, the Richard Ivey School of Business.
In 2015, Jason was a speaker at the TEDxSuzhou on the topic of the Future of Globalization for an audience of more than 400 people. He was also a judge in the 2015 Startup Weekend Shanghai entrepreneurship competition.
Started in 2017l Jason’s newest writing project is the China 4.0 series of books on China’s economic and social development from 2017 until 2025 and beyond. Find out more from the website, www.ChinaFourPointZero.com
Jason speaks frequently at industry, educational, and public forums on China’s role in the global economy, its environment, and its business opportunities, including sustainability and innovation. He has spoken to more than 30 EMBA and MBA programs globally on their China study tours. Jason was an adjunct professor of international studies at Keiser University and Benedictine College, both of the United States, and has taught in the China MBA program at Shanghai Jiaotong University since 2009 as an instructor in China’s Managerial Economy, and Ethical Leadership and Corporate Social Responsibility in China.
He received his MBA from Canada’s Richard Ivey School of Business (University of Western Ontario) and also attended one of China’s top business schools, China Europe International Business School (CEIBS) in Shanghai as an exchange student. He also has a Bachelor of Arts in Asian Studies from the University of Victoria, one of the premiere programs in Canada for China studies. He speaks fluent Japanese and Mandarin as a result of his educational and work background.
Living in Shanghai since 2004, Jason has spent several years each in Japan and the United States. He is originally from Victoria, BC Canada.
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Read more of Jason’s writing by visiting his personal website: www.JasonInch.com (you can also use the contact form there to send him an email).