Skip to main content

Ph.D. Candidate Muyang Chen to present at the AAS Annual Conference

October 20, 2016

Muyang Chen is a Ph.D. candidate at the Jackson School studying state-market relations. Her doctoral work concerns the relationship between state and public-banks and its effect on the foreign ventures of domestic firms, internationalization of currency, and foreign policy.

She will be organizing a panel at this year’s Association for Asian Studies Conference in Toronto called “(De)regulating Capital: Exploring the Transformation of China’s Financial System,” which addresses the contradictory characteristics of China’s present-day financial sector. For information, see the excerpt below. Congratulations to Muyang!

muyang chen

For more information on the AAS conference, including information on the various panels and presentations, visit their website.