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