The Return of the Dragon: China’s challenges and opportunities post-COVID
We have partnered with Fort Worth Sister Cities International to bring a unique perspective from Dr. Carrie Liu Currier, Associate Professor & Department Chair, Political Science, TCU, on China's political and economic environment due to COVID-19. She will also discuss the relations between the U.S. and China and how the election results will affect the economic climate between our countries.
Her research has focused on: Economic reform in China, China's foreign policy with the Middle East, China's energy policy and pursuit of resources, and the politics of entrepreneurship in Taiwan and China.
She has conducted survey research in both China and Taiwan, examining labor market reforms and its impact on women’s public and private sphere activities as well as analyzing the role the state has played in fostering entrepreneurship. Her publications include: a co-edited book (with Manochehr Dorraj) China’s Energy Relations with the Developing World, several book chapters, and articles in the following journals: American Journal of Chinese Studies, Asian Journal of Women’s Studies, China Public Affairs Quarterly, Journal of Chinese Political Science, Journal of Women Politics and Policy, and Middle East Policy.