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ZHOU Qiang

Assistant Professor of School of Government, Peking University

Research Interests:

Politics of international economic relations, China’s political economy

Courses Taught:

Comparative Politics

Zhou Qiang graduated from the Department of Political Science and Administration of Peking University in 1999, and then studied abroad. In 2008, he obtained his PhD in political science from Columbia University, and later served as a postdoctoral lecturer in the International Relations Committee of the  University of Chicago. Returned to work in China in 2012, he is currently an assistant professor at the School of Government, Peking University.

Zhou Qiang's main research interests are comparative and international political economics, Chinese political economic analysis, and modeling analysis of political issues.


Personal Page (in Chinese): https://www.sg.pku.edu.cn/szdw/zzjs/zzxx11/1323813.htm