Welcome! I am a PhD candidate of Political Science at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). My research interests lie in Political Economy of Global Production, State-Business Relations, Formal and Statistical Methodology. My dissertation project studies how global production reshapes political economy coalitions across and within countries (especially U.S. and China). 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 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 curriculum vitae is attached below.