- Yasheng Huang professor of political economy & international management
- Perspectives on Globalization
- China is no haven for entrepreneurs
- The microeconomic rise of India
- Why is China still poor? Emerging Markets
- Can India over take China?
- Conceptual Overview: Managing International Trade & Investment
- Note on Foreign Direct Investment in Japan
- Perspectives on Terrorism
Yasheng Huang is Professor of Chinese Economy and International Business Management at MIT’s Sloan School of Management.
He also holds professorships at the School of Management at Fudan University, the School of Management at Xian Jiaotong University, and the School of Public Administration at Zhejiang University.
Huang on the history of economic reforms in China and is based on detailed archival and quantitative evidence spanning three decades of reforms.
Professor Huang has published Inflation and Investment Controls in China, Selling China, and Financial Reform in China.
Currently, Professor Huang is conducting research on a range of research projects including higher education in China, production of scientific knowledge in China, and entrepreneurship.
His research has been profiled in many publications, including the Wall Street Journal, the Economist, Financial Times, New York Times, and Foreign Policy, and he is a columnist for Entrepreneurs and Global Entrepreneurs magazines in China.
He has served as a consultant at the World Bank, Asian Development Bank, and OECD.