University Lecturer Chinese Economy
Jue Wang is a University Lecturer at the Leiden University Institute for Area Studies.
Fields of Interests
- Chinese political economy
- China’s external economic relationship
- Chinese overseas investment
- China’s role in regional and global economic governance
- International economic organizations, including the IMF, World Bank, Asian Development Bank, New Development Bank and Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank
- Emerging economies
- Belt and Road Initiative
Jue Wang is a scholar of international political economy, with focuses on China’s political economy , its external economic relationship and its role in regional and global economic governance. She also has a wide range of research interests in international economic organizations, international cooperation, and the development of emerging economies. Dr. Wang is also an associate fellow for Asia Programme at Chatham House: The Royal Institute of International Affairs.
She is currently completing a book on China’s evolving role in regional and global economic governance, with a focus on its dynamic interactions with the World Bank, the IMF and the ADB since the 1980s and its recent efforts in establishing and managing the BRICS’ NDB and the AIIB. Her other current research projects focus on origins and implications of China’s recent economic slowdown; revision of market economy in China; Chinese overseas investment under Belt and Road Initiative; and south-south investment cooperation between Asia and the Gulf in Africa.
2010-2014 PhD Politics and International Studies, University of Warwick
2008-2009 MA International Relations, University of Warwick
2004-2007 BSc (Hons) Economics, University of Nottingham
2014-Present University Lecturer, Leiden University Institute for Area Studies
2017-Present Associate Fellow, Asia Programme, Chatham House: The Royal Institute of International Affairs
2010-2013 Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of Politics and International Studies, University of Warwick
2013 Research fellow, Institute of Advanced Studies, University of Warwick
Modern Chinese Economy and Development (BA)
China and the Global Political Economy (BA)
Economics: East Asia (BA)
China’s International Political Economy (MA)
Statistical Methods (MA)
BA and MA thesis supervision
- Sampson M.D., Wang J. & Mosquera Valderrama I.J. (2021), Trade, Tax, and Development Finance: Understanding China’s Choice of BRI Agreements and Institutions. In: Schneider, F. (Ed.) Global Perspectives on China's Belt and Road Initiative: Asserting Agency through Regional Connectivity. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press. 59-94.
- Campbell B. & Wang J. (2021), Is there such thing as a Confucianist Chinese Foreign Policy? A Case Study of the Belt and Road Initiative. In: Campbell, B. (Ed.) Globalizing Regionalism and International Relations.: Bristol University Press.
- Sampson M.D. Wang J. (2020), China in global economic governance- motivations, strategies and approaches.
- Wang J. (2020), China’s “Two Sessions”: Hong Kong, COVID-19 and the Economy for Asia Matters [interview].
- Wang J. (2019), The rise of a constrained power in international financial governance: An analysis of China-IMF collaboration. In: Zeng, K. (Ed.) Handbook on the International Political Economy of China .: Edward Elgar.
- Crabtree J. Schneider-Petsinger M. Wang J. Yu J. (2019), US–China Strategic Competition: The Quest for Global Technological Leadership: Chatham House.
- Wang J. (2018), Tariff Dispute is Just One Tussle in Longer US–China Struggle. London, (Chatham House). [other]
- Wang J. (2018), Can you win a trade war?. Interviewed by BBC for The Briefing Room(4) [interview].
- Wang J. (2017), China-IMF Collaboration: Toward the Leadership in Global Monetary Governance, Chinese Political Science Review .
- Wang J. (2017), China’s role in Asian regional development finance regime: from the ADB to the AIIB [Conference ‘Transformations in Global Economic Governance’, University of Cambridge, UK, September 2017].
- Wang J. (2017), How normal is the new normal? –Assessing the causes and implications of China’s economic slowdown [Leiden China Seminar, Leiden University, the Netherlands, March 2017].
- Ferdinand P. & Wang J. (2013), China and the IMF: from Mimicry towards Pragmatic International Institutional Pluralism, International Affairs 89(4): 895-910.
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