Gregory Chin is an Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science and Faculty of Graduate Studies at York University (Canada), where he teaches global governance, comparative politics (China, the BRICS), and East Asian political economy.
He was recently appointed as a Fellow of the Center on International Political Economy at Peking University, where he is involved in a number of research projects. He is an academic member of the editorial board of the China and International Organization Books Series, jointly published by Shanghai People's Publishing House and Fudan University in Shanghai. In 2011, he became a member of the United Nations Theme Group on “China in the World”.
Professor Chin has held visiting fellowships at Peking University (1997-1998) and University of Cambridge (2010).
Scholarly and Professional Activities
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Dr. Chin is the author of China’s Automotive Modernization: The Party-State and Multinational Corporations (Palgrave Macmillan, International Political Economy Series), and guest editor and contributor to journal special issues on “IPE with Chinese Characteristics”, and “Rising States, Rising Donors – BRICS and Beyond”. He is completing two book manuscripts, on the Political Economy of RMB Internationalization, and the Rise of the BRICS.
His articles have been published in a number of academic journals and policy outlets.
He has recently refereed submissions for Global Governance, Global Policy, International Journal, Journal of East Asian Studies, New Political Economy, Pacific Affairs, Pacific Review, Review of International Political Economy, International Studies Review , World Development, World Politics, Harvard University Press and University of Toronto Press.
He has made regular media appearances, internationally, and in Canada.
'Economic Globalization and Regional Interdependence in Asia'. Paper presented at “The Political Economy of Asian Regionalism” conference hosted by the Asian Development Bank Institute, Tokyo, December 3, 2010.
Paper published as “Responding to the Global Financial Crisis: The Evolution of Asian Regionalism and Economic Globalization”, ADBI Working Paper, No.343, January 2012.
IN THE NEWS
Cash to come with conditions, Teddy Ng, South China Morning Post, June 18, 2012.
Harper may go political for China envoy, Lee Berthiaume, Canada.com, The Vancouver Sun, June 2, 2012.
China talks must go beyond oil: Opposition, CTV Staff, CTV News Channel, February 6, 2012.
"Rising States, Rising Donors and the Global Aid Regime", Cambridge Review of
International Affairs (December 2012 issue), co-authored with
“The Economic Diplomacy of the Rising Powers,” in Oxford Handbook for Modern Diplomacy (Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2013).
"Two Way Socialization: China, the World Bank and Hegemonic Weakening", The Brown Journal of World Affairs 19(1), Fall-Winter 2012.
“Remaking the Architecture: Emerging Powers, Self-Insuring and Regional Insulation,” International Affairs, 86(3), May 2010.
“Realigning Global Governance: Regionalism in China’s Financial Rise,” Harvard Asia Quarterly, 2011.
“Wolf at the Door: What Happened to the Predictions of Doom?” YaleGlobal Online, 10 June 2011.
“Remaking China’s National Leadership Training System,” The China Quarterly, 2011.
“China, Regional Institution-Building and the China-ASEAN Free Trade Area,” Review of International Political Economy, 2011 (with Richard Stubbs).
“Will China Change the Rules of Global Order?” The Washington Quarterly 33(4): 119-138, October 2010 (with Ramesh Thakur).
“China as a Creditor: A Rising Financial Power?”, Journal of International Affairs (Columbia University), Fall 2008: 87-102 (with Eric Helleiner).
He has recently published in Asian Perspectives, China Quarterly, China Security, Far East Economic Review, The Financial Times, Foreign Policy, Global Perspective, International Affairs, Journal of International Affairs, Politikon, Review of International Political Economy, Studia Diplomatica and Washington Quarterly. His articles have been published in Chinese, Spanish and Italian.
His research interests include China's global financial and monetary influence, the BRICS and global governance reform, Asian regionalism, and Chinese foreign policy.