Visiting Scholar of Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies at Renmin University of China (RDCY), doctoral candidate in the Chinese Studies programme at the Centre for East Asian Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, former researcher at the Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses (IDSA). Focus on China’s policies towards state owned enterprises (SOEs) and engagements with multilateral economic institutions.
Think-20 Coordinator of TEPAV in Turkey, Visiting Fellow of RDCY. She conducted in-depth research and authored reports about G20 issues in areas including finance, trade, and investment. She published dozens of papers in journals.
Research Fellow and Project Director in the G20 Studies Centre at the Lowy Institute, Visiting Fellow of RDCY. He studies on G20 policy, focusing mainly on international financial architecture reform, financial regulation reform and G20 growth strategies.
Ranel Tissa Wijesinha
Independent non-executive Director and Chairman of the Board Audit Committee of the Bank of Ceylon, Commissioner of the Securities and ExchangeCommission of Sri Lanka. RDCY Visiting Fellow.Practicing Chartered Accountant, Independent Management Consultant and prolific writer of articles on banking regulation, economic affairs, national policy and other topical issues.
Professor at the Law School of China University of Labor Relations, Visiting scholar with the University of Warwick, Member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb), Director of China Law Society Social Law Studies Institute, Special expert Beijing General Trade Union. Her research focuses on international law, labor law, international labor practices, and the Belt and Road Initiative. She penned Labor Law in China.
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