Kellee S. Tsai

Kellee Tsai is Dean of Humanities and Social Science and Chair Professor of Social Science at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. Prior to joining HKUST, Professor Tsai was Vice Dean for Humanities and Social Sciences (2010-13), Director of the East Asian Studies Program (2008-10), and Professor of Political Science at Johns Hopkins University. Her non-academic experience includes working at Morgan Stanley and consulting for the World Bank and various government subcontractors. Tsai is regarded as an authority on informal finance in China and the impact of adaptive informal institutions on endogenous institutional change. Her current research concerns party-state capitalism in China, the surveillance industry, and the political economy of remittances and ethnic foreign direct investment in China and India.

How Does Party-State Capitalism In China Interact With Global Capitalism?

Excerpted from The China Questions 2: Critical Insights Into Us-China Relations, edited by Maria Adele Carrai, Jennifer Rudolph, and Michael Szonyi, published by Harvard...

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