Zhao offers a quick history of China's foreign policy since 1949 and then offers a provocative assessment of it today.
Baizhu Chen, Discussant for the Debt and Property Panel
Professor Chen’s research covers a wide range of monetary economics, international finance, and Chinese financial market reforms. He has published prolifically on the political economy of growth, private investment, foreign currency market, the Chinese financial market, and monetary policy. He is currently the Academic Director of Global EMBA (GEMBA) program in Shanghai. He is also a recipient of grants from the Washington Center for China Studies, the Chinese National Science Foundation, and Eurasian Studies of Taiwan for his research on China's central bank monetary policies and the Chinese financial market.
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