«Incomplete financial reform in China is puzzling because Premier Zhu Rongji, a seemingly promarket technocrat, was largely insulated from explicitly ...»
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Victor Shih is currently assistant professor of political science at Northwestern University. He has a book manuscript exploring the linkage between elite politics and monetary and banking policies in China. He currently researches on how China’s authoritarian political structure affects fiscal policies.