From 2004-09, David Dollar served as the World Bank’s country director for China and Mongolia in Beijing, publishing extensively on China’s ongoing economic transition. He remained in Beijing as the Treasury Department’s economic and financial emissary to China, where he was deeply involved with senior U.S. and Chinese officials on the full range of economic and financial issues between Washington and Beijing.
While at the World Bank, David Dollar served as director of the development research department, overseeing the Bank’s research on the investment climate and growth. He co-authored the World Bank reports, “Globalization, Growth, and Poverty
Beijing – ‘Reflections on Economic and Political Reform During My Nine Years in China’ with David Dollar, former U.S. Treasury Financial and Economic Emissary to China