Zhoudan Xie

Zhoudan (Zoey) Xie

Policy Analyst
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Zhoudan (Zoey) Xie is a policy analyst at the George Washington University Regulatory Studies Center. Her research interests include quantitative policy analysis and program evaluation, empirical economic analysis of regulatory effects, environmental and agricultural regulation, and international regulatory affairs. Prior to joining the Center, Zoey served as a consultant at the World Bank, where she conducted quantitative economic analysis on cross-national macroeconomic and development issues. She also interned at the United Nations Environment Programme and several other international, nonprofit organizations. Zoey holds a master’s degree in public policy from the George Washington University, and a master’s degree in environmental governance from Keio University (Japan).



International Regulatory Indexes at a Glance, Zhoudan Xie, January 29, 2018

2017 Regulatory Year in Review, Zhoudan Xie & Sofie Miller, December 18, 2017

China's Carbon Emmission Trading: Lessons from the Pilot Systems, Zhoudan Xie, Policy Perspectives, Vol. 23, Spring 2016


President Trump’s Regulatory Budget Evaluated By Brookings, Zhoudan Xie, November 1, 2017

A Review of "Structured to Fail? Regulatory Performance under Competing Mandates", Zhoudan Xie, October 10, 2017