UC San Diego Professor Dr Victor Shih joins YCW Co-founder Sue Anne Tay for a discussion on the major takeaways from this year’s Two Sessions.
In part I of this double episode, Dr Shih covers the decision by the Central Government to focus on supply-side stimulus and subsidies targeted at new economy and technology sectors
Part II of this double episode captures a lively debate with YCW members on the controversial National Security Legislation (NSL) that was introduced for Hong Kong.
About Victor Shih
Victor Shih is an associate professor of political economy and has published widely on the politics of Chinese banking policies, fiscal policies and exchange rates. He was the first analyst to identify the risk of massive local government debt, and is the author of “Factions and Finance in China: Elite Conflict and Inflation.” Prior to joining UC San Diego, Shih was a professor of political science at Northwestern University and former principal for The Carlyle Group. Shih is currently engaged in a study of how the coalition-formation strategies of founding leaders had a profound impact on the evolution of the Chinese Communist Party. He is also constructing a large database on biographical information of elites in China.