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Barry Eichengreen on the Rise and Fall of Global Currencies

Barry Eichengreen, Professor of Economics and Political Science at Berkeley (not to mention one of my favorite authors of… https://supchina.com/podcast-player/59539/barry-eichengreen-on-the-rise-and-fall-of-global-currencies.mp3Download file | Play in new windowSubscribe: iTunes | Stitcher

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Ex-Head of Mobile at Mobike Max Zhou on Dockless Bikeshares in China

Max Zhou 周喆吾 is an Uber alum who until November of 2017 was the head of Mobile at… https://supchina.com/podcast-player/59538/ex-head-of-mobile-at-mobike-max-zhou-on-dockless-bikeshares-in-china.mp3Download file | Play in new windowSubscribe: iTunes | Stitcher

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Keller Easterling on Free Zones and the Origins and Global Impact of SEZs

Keller Easterling, architect and professor at Yale, discusses her research on free zones (aka Special… https://supchina.com/podcast-player/59537/keller-easterling-on-free-zones-and-the-origins-and-global-impact-of-sezs.mp3Download file | Play in new windowSubscribe: iTunes | Stitcher

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Matt Sheehan on ‘Chinafornia’

Matt Sheehan is a fellow at the Paulson Institute and writes his own newsletter, “Chinafornia“. We… https://supchina.com/podcast-player/59535/matt-sheehan-on-chinafornia.mp3Download file | Play in new windowSubscribe: iTunes | Stitcher

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Jonathan Woetzel on China’s Digital Economy

Dr. Jonathan Woetzel, Mckinsey Global Institute Director and Senior Partner in the Shanghai office, recently co-authored… https://supchina.com/podcast-player/59534/jonathan-woetzel-on-chinas-digital-economy.mp3Download file | Play in new windowSubscribe: iTunes | Stitcher

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Julian Gewirtz on Unlikely Partners: Western Economists and Reform and Opening

Julian Gewirtz is currently a Fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School and author of Unlikely Partners:… https://supchina.com/podcast-player/59533/julian-gewirtz-on-unlikely-partners-western-economists-and-reform-and-opening.mp3Download file | Play in new windowSubscribe: iTunes | Stitcher

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The Book of Swindles: Cons from the Late Ming Dynasty

In Zhang Yingyu’s work from the late Ming Dynasty, you’ll encounter swindling concubines, clever commoners, and even eunuch cannibals… https://supchina.com/podcast-player/59455/the-book-of-swindles-cons-from-the-late-ming-dynasty.mp3Download file | Play in new windowSubscribe: iTunes | Stitcher

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Cynthia Estlund on Labor in China

China’s massive labor surplus has been vital to its rapid economic development. For decades, China’s rural population has been… https://supchina.com/podcast-player/59454/cynthia-estlund-on-labor-in-china.mp3Download file | Play in new windowSubscribe: iTunes | Stitcher

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Andrew Polk on the 19th Party Congress

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Scott Kennedy on Innovation in China

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