Yuhan Zhang is pursuing his Ph.D. degree with a designated emphasis on political economy at the University of California, Berkeley. His research interests include U.S.-China trade and high-tech relations, international macroeconomics, China’s industrial policies, and quantitative analysis. Before coming to Berkeley, he served as an economist and a corporate adviser to U.S. multinational companies and a researcher with the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. He has published more than 20 articles on trade, foreign investment, energy, and U.S.-China relations. He holds a master’s degree from Columbia University where he was a Randle International Fellow and recipient of the Jal Pavry annual award.
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Content By Yuhan Zhang – Associate Director
Modeling the US-China Trade Conflict: A Utility Theory Approach
Journal of Applied Mathematics and Computation, 2021
This paper models the US-China trade conflict initiated in 2018 and attempts to analyze the (optimal) strategic choices of the United States and China.
Chinese Gains from RCEP and Implications for US-China Competition
BASC News, 2021
Against the backdrop of deglobalization and trade protectionism, 15 countries signed the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) in November 2020.
The US-China Trade War: A Political and Economic Analysis
Indian Journal of Asian Affairs, 2018
This article attempts to examine the current US-China trade war.