Non-Resident Fellow in Global Political Economy and Chinese Foreign Policy
Professor Yong Wang is Director of the Center for International Political Economy and Professor at the School of International Studies at Peking University. He is also Professor at Party School of Ministry of Foreign Affairs of China, President-Appointed Professor for the HKSAR Senior Civil Servants Training Program on Chinese Affairs at Peking University, and Distinguished Fellow of Munk School of Global Affairs at University of Toronto. A former consultant of the Asia Development Bank (ADB), a Member of the World Economic Forum (WEF) Global Agenda Council on Global Trade and FDI, and a Commissioner of the First Murdoch Commission on Australia and Asian regional integration. He is the author of International Political Economy in China: A Global Conversation (co-edited with Greg Chin and Margaret Pearson, Routledge, 2015) , The Political Economy of International Trade (China Market Press, 2008), US-China Economic Relations(China Market Press, 2007; Taiwan Xiuwei Press, 2007), American Politics and Making of Foreign Policy (co-authored, Peking University Press, 2007), and co-editor of The European Union’s Engagement with Transnational Policy Networks (with Stephen Kingah and Vivien Schmidt, Routledge, 2016). He has widely published on the topics of Chinese political economy, foreign policy, China-US relations, regional cooperation, international political economy, World Trade Organization (WTO) and global governance.