Gregory Chin is associate professor of Political Economy at York University, Canada. He is a non-resident senior fellow of the Foreign Policy Institute (FPI) at The Johns Hopkins University SAIS.  He is on the International Advisory Board of the journal Review of International Political Economy, and on the Editorial Board of the journal Global Governance.  His research focuses on China's international financial and monetary affairs, Asian regionalism, the BRICS, and global governance reform. He is currently finishing a book manuscript on Renminbi internationalization. Prior to joining York University, Gregory Chin was First Secretary (Development) at the Canadian Embassy in Beijing (2003 to 2006), and from 2000 to 2003, he served in Canada's Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, and the Canadian International Development Agency. 

Last Updated: September 2, 2016



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