Dr. J. (Jue) Wang

Position:
  • Lecturer
Expertise:
  • Chinese economy and international political economy


Telephone number: +31 (0)71 527 7947
E-Mail: j.wang.18@hum.leidenuniv.nl
Faculty / Department: Faculteit der Geesteswetenschappen, Leiden Institute for Area Studies, SAS China
Office Address: Arsenaal
Arsenaalstraat 1
2311 CT Leiden
Room number 1.26


Fields of Interests

  • Chinese economy

  • China’s role in the global political economy

  • China’s relationship with other emerging economies

  • China’s outward investment

  • International organizations, especially the IMF, World Bank and Asian Development Bank

  • International relations

  • Political economy in East Asia

  • Global governance

  • Development of emerging economies

Research

Jue Wang is a scholar of international political economy (IPE), with a focus on both China’s domestic economic development and its role in the global political economy. In China’s domestic economy, she focuses on political and economic reforms since 1978. On the global side, she looks into China’s relationship with international economic institutions such as the WTO, IMF, World Bank and Asian Development Bank; China’s rising role in the global financial governance; China’s economic relations with other emerging market economies, China’s participation in Asian regional economic mechanisms, and China’s outward investment. Jue also has a wide range of research interests in international organizations, international cooperation, the development of emerging economies, and the dynamic changes in the global governance.

Jue’s doctoral thesis examined the relationship between China and the IMF since 1980, and how it has affected China’s role in the governance of international financial economy. She is currently conducting research in two areas: (1) Impacts of China’s financial rise on the global governance and the consequential challenges to IPE and IO theories ; (2) China’s foreign investment; (3) China’s cooperation with other emerging economies and developing countries

Curriculum Vitae

Education
2010-2014 PhD Politics and International Studies, University of Warwick
2008-2009 MA International Relations, University of Warwick
2004-2007 BSc (Hons) Economics, University of Nottingham

Employment
2010-2013 Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of Politics and International Studies, University of Warwick
2013 Research fellow, Institute of Advanced Studies, University of Warwick

Teaching
China and the Global Political Economy (BA Chinese Studies, 3rd Year)
Regionalism and Regionalization in International Relations of East Asia (BA Japanese Studies, 2nd Year)
Modern Chinese Economy and Development (BA Chinese Studies, 2nd Year)
China’s International Political Economy (MA Asian Studies)
East Asian Economics (BA International Studies, 2nd Year)
Emerging Economies (BA International Studies, 3rd Year)
Methods Course (MA Asian Studies)
BA and MA supervision

Last Modified: 11-12-2015