Global China Research Fellow
- Ph.D. Candidate at the School of International Relations & Public Affairs
M.A. International Politics, Renmin University
M.A. Global Political Economy, Chinese University of Hong Kong
B.A. Spanish Philology
Wenjun Cheng was a Global China Research Fellow with the Boston University Global Development Policy Center and Ph.D. Candidate at the School of International Relations and Public Affairs, Fudan University. She got a Bachelor degree in Spanish Philology and Master degrees in International Politics from Renmin University and in Global Political Economy from Chinese University of Hong Kong.
Her research focuses on the political economy of international trade and investment, especially the economic relations between China and Latin American countries, as well as the social and political factors behind policy arrangements. With China rising as a contributor to international development, her study will explore the development cooperation beyond the OECD DAC system and the traditional South-South cooperation framework.