Kun-Chin Lin is a Senior Research Affiliate at BASC and a University Lecturer in Politics and Tun Suffian College Lecturer and Fellow at Gonville & Caius College, University of Cambridge. He is the Acting Director of the Centre for Geopolitics and a senior fellow of the Centre for Industrial Sustainability at Cambridge. He is an editorial board member of Business & Politics, Maritime Policy & Management, and Chinese Yearbook of International Law and Affairs, and chair of the editorial board of the Cambridge Review of International Affairs (CRIA). Kun-Chin was a Leverhulme postdoctoral fellow at the University of Oxford and taught at King’s College London and the National University of Singapore. His research focuses on the politics of market reform in China, including federalism and regulatory issues in transport infrastructure and energy markets, industrial policy and privatization of state-owned enterprises, economic and security nexus in maritime governance in the Indo-Pacific and the Arctic, Chinese space program development, and Asian and Eurasian regionalism. His most recent publications include articles in Energy Policy, Marine Policy, Transport Policy, Transport Research Part A: Policy and Practice, Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, and Asian Survey. He holds a B.A. magna cum laude in government from Harvard University and a Ph.D. in political science from the University of California, Berkeley.
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Content By Kun-Chin Lin
Strategy Without Vision: The U.S. and Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation
|By Vinod Aggarwal – Director| Kun-Chin Lin|
APEC: The First Decade, 2002
Since the mid-1980s, the U.S. has pursued a mixed strategy of alternating among or combining unilateral, bilateral, minilateral, and global trade negotiations.
APEC as an Institution
|By Kun-Chin Lin| Vinod Aggarwal – Director|
Assessing APEC’s Progress: Trade, Ecotech, and Institutions, 2001
Over the past decade, APEC’s momentum has waxed and waned with its impact on policymaking and trade liberalisation.