City on Yangtze 2I teach in the areas of international and comparative political economy, global politics, comparative politics, economic and political development, East Asian regionalism, security and Chinese politics, economy and society. Here is a list of the courses I’ve taught:

 

Wealth and Power among Nations: the Political Economy of Development
Contemporary China: Politics, Economy and Society
The International Relations of East Asia
Global Value Chains: Labor, Governance and Development from Commodities to High-tech
Seminar in Comparative Politics: Varieties of Capitalism

Introduction to Global Politics
Development Politics (Received the Commendation for Excellence in Teaching Award)
Dictatorship and Its Discontents
Political Science Research Methods
Varieties of Capitalism: The Political Economic Systems of the World (Received University-wide Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor Award)