Tristan Kenderdine is Research Director at Future Risk, working on trade, industry, and agricultural policy across China, Central Asia, the Middle East, and Southeast Asia. He has worked extensively on confidential macroeconomic commissioned research projects including as Junior Expert for the European Commission. Kenderdine was Trade and Industry Research Manager in Beijing for research and advisory China Policy for three years with work covering China’s industrial upgrading; science and technology policy; agricultural and metals commodities markets; cross‐border e‐commerce; international maritime law and polar policy; finance and fiscal policy; and agricultural finance. Kenderdine has taught postgraduate public policy at the Australian National University and Dalian Maritime University.

Last Updated: October 16, 2017



What to Watch at China’s Party Congress

Ho-fung Hung, Taisu Zhang & more
The Chinese Communist Party’s 19th Party Congress, a hugely important political meeting usually held once every five years, will begin on October 18 in Beijing. Like many events involving China’s ruling party, the most important decisions and...