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Eugene Huang spoke at the USC U.S.-China Institute conference on “The Making of U.S. China Policy” Please click on the play button below to view the presentation.
An economic historian and trained electrical engineer, Eugene Huang has been a senior policy advisor to Secretary of the Treasury Henry Paulson since 2007. He previously was a White House Fellow and served as Virginia’s Secretary of Technology. Mr. Huang has conducted research on the economics of standards and policies toward innovation and competiveness at Stanford University’s Institute for Economic Policy Research. At Treasury, he has been responsible for coordinating key portions of the U.S.-China Strategic Economic Dialogue. He also managed the candidacy of Robert Zoellick to become World Bank president.
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