Jonathan Woetzel is a Director of the McKinsey Global Institute [MGI] where he leads MGI research on productivity, urbanization, infrastructure, inequality and regional economies. Based in China since 1986, he globally leads McKinsey’s Cities Special Initiative and co-chairs the non-profit think tank Urban China Initiative, a collaborative project of Tsinghua University and McKinsey & Company that aims to develop and implement solutions to China’s urbanization challenge.
As an expert on energy, sustainability, and economic master planning, Jonathan has advised national and local governments in Asia, Middle East, Africa, Europe and the Americas on topics including improving the foreign investment environment, energy policy, and economic development. He has conducted more than 60 projects for local governments throughout China to support economic development and transformation.
Jonathan works in the private sector as well, serving clients most often on topics related to corporate strategy, operations, and organization. He has extensive experience in real estate, particularly affordable housing and commercial revitalization, and advised on energy investment strategies among other topics.
Jonathan actively participates in international forums including the World Economic Forum and the Joint US-China Coalition for Clean Energy, and also guest lectures at Peking University’s Guanghua School of Business and the China-Europe International Business School. He has written five books on China including Capitalist China: Strategies for a Revolutionized Economy; Operation China; 1 Hour China and No Ordinary Disruption.
Thursday, June 24, 2021
9:00 AM – 8:30 PM
Dimond Ballroom, 2F, The Langham
Join our main conference in Shanghai and participate in discussions on how the real estate industry has changed and will change in the long run as a result of the forces created in the past…