Public Scholarship

Recent Public Scholarship

May 31, 2023, analysis, “Economic Security, Supply Chain Diversification, and Multilateralism in the Indo-Pacific,” Perry World House, University of Pennsylvania.

February 10, 2023, NPR interview, “Where the US stands with China amid suspected spy balloon,Central Time/The Ideas Network, Wisconsin Public Radio.

December 1, 2022, KYW Newsradio Indepth, “What’s behind the protests in China?,” KYW Newsradio.

August 12, 2022, podcast, New Books Network, conversation with USF economics professor Peter Lorentzen, about Micro-institutional Foundations of Capitalism (Hsueh 2022).

July 27, 2022,  NPR interview, “Nancy Pelosi’s Potential Trip and Taiwan’s Role in U.S.-China Relations Explained,” Central Time/The Ideas Network, Wisconsin Public Radio.

June 1, 2022, podcast, conversation with U.C. San Diego economics professor Barry Naughton about new book, Micro-institutional Foundations of Capitalism (Hsueh 2022).

May 5, 2022, NPR interview, “U.S.-China Trade and Prospects of Lifting Tariffs,” Central Time/The Ideas Network, Wisconsin Public Radio.

November 1, 2021, expert analysis, “Why China May Not Bail Out Evergrande,” Foreign Policy.

October 26, 2021, expert feature, “The Evergrande debt crisis, explained,” Temple NowTemple University.

August 9, 2021, analysis, “Reconciling China’s Drive for Global Ascendency and Its Desire for State Control”East Asia Forum, August 7, 2021.

January 7, 2021, expert interview, “What Does Biden’s Presidency Mean For The Semiconductor Industry?”U.S.-China Today, January 7, 2021.

November 20, 2020“La ‘doble circulación’ de China, la estrategia de Xi Jinping para proteger al país de ‘los vientos en contra’ del exterior”BBC Mundo, November 20, 2020.

April 22, 2020, TV interview, “Coronavirus: Foreign Investment/ Chinese Takeovers”, Asia Business Report, BBC World News.

February 26, 2020, analysis, A ChinaFile Conversation, “How Will Coronavirus Impact China in the Long Term?”Asia Society, in partnership with Foreign Policy and The New York Times Review of Books.

April 30, 2019, analysis, A ChinaFile Conversation, “If the U.S. and China Make a Trade Deal, Then What?”Asia Society, in partnership with Foreign Policy and The New York Times Review of Books.

January 3, 2019, analysis “Three things that the trade war with China won’t change,” The Washington Post Monkey Cage (January 3, 2019).