Min Ye, an Associate Professor in the Pardee School of Global Studies and a Faculty Associate at the Frederick S. Pardee Center for the Study of the Longer-Range Future, has been appointed the first Rosenberg Institute Scholar at Suffolk University’s Rosenberg Institute for East Asian Studies.
As part of the appointment, Prof. Ye will write a research paper examining the debates among Chinese policy experts and the actions taken by the Chinese government to respond to the coronavirus pandemic. The appointment follows an international competition conducted in late 2019 by the Advisory Council of the Rosenberg Institute.
Prof. Ye’s newest book, titled The Belt Road and Beyond: State-Mobilized Globalization in China: 1998–2018 (Cambridge University Press 2020), explores the motivations and strategies behind China’s global economic expansion and considers the implications of the country’s status as a global power on both China and the world. The book is, in part, a result of Prof. Ye’s work as a Pardee Center Faculty Research Fellow from 2015-2018, where she led a project that included fieldwork in China, annual events, and the development of a network of experts on China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).
For more information, and to order the book, visit the Cambridge University Press website and enter the code TBRB2020 at checkout.