BA, MPhil, PhD Yale University
Fei Yi-Ming Professor, Hopkins-Nanjing Center, Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, The Johns Hopkins University
International Relations, American Foreign Policy, U.S.-China Relations, International Political Economy, China's Political-Economic Development.
U.S.-China relations, culture of U.S. foreign policy, post-Mao China, comparative international development, international relations theory.
- "China's Macroeconomic Response to the Global Recession" Asian Perspectives (2012)
- "Explanations of China's Compliance with International Agreements," in Thirty Years of China-U.S. Relations, eds. S. Guo and B. Guo (Lexington 2010)
- "Domestic Support Ratios in Two-Level Bargaining: The US-China WTO Negotiations," The China Review (2004)
- "Cross National Concepts in Supranational Governance: State-Society Relations and EU Policy-Making," Governance (2004)
- "Semantic Ambiguity and Joint Deflections in the Hainan Negotiations," China: An Internqtional Journal (2004).
Fellowship, Institute for International Research, Hopkins-Nanjing Center (2004-06)