Welcome! I am a PhD candidate in Political Science at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). My research interests include Political Economy of Global Production, State-Business Relations, Formal and Statistical Methodology. My dissertation project studies how global production reshapes trade coalitions across and within countries, especially U.S. and China (See MIT Headline on 09/06/2022). My research has also examined firm-level influence on Chinese domestic and foreign policy, which can be found in the American Journal of Political Science and the Chinese Journal of International Politics.
I hold a Master's degree in International Economics and China Studies from Johns Hopkins SAIS, a Master's degree in International Politics from Tsinghua University, and a Bachelor's degree in International Political Economy from Renmin University of China.
My most recent curriculum vitae is attached below.