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Mary Boyd is responsible for program development and client servicing in Shanghai, and provides research and conceptual support on China for EIU’s Corporate Network programs. Before joining The Economist, she was in the Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs, serving on
Zennon Kapron has been involved in the financial technology industry for over 15 years and is the Founder and Director of Kapronasia, a Shanghai-based provider of financial technology research and advisory services. Before Kapronasia, Zennon was the Global Banking Industry
Jie Li is an Assistant Professor of East Asian Languages and Civilization at Harvard University. As a scholar of literary, film, and cultural studies, Li’s research interests center on the mediation of memories in modern China. Her first book, Shanghai
Our second installment of Young China Watchers’ Conversation series explores legal reform in China, the focus of last autumn’s Fourth Plenum of the 18th Party Congress. Contributing are Jeremy Daum, of the Yale China Center, and Elizabeth M. Lynch of
China Politics Weekly China Politics Weekly aims to keep business leaders, investors, diplomats, scholars and other China hands up to date on important trends in China. It is produced by Trey McArver, a London-based consultant providing advice and intelligence to firms