An interdisciplinary study of the nature of order underlying China’s globalism
Harvard Law School
Ying Xia is a sixth-year S.J.D student at Harvard Law School, writing her thesis on the development of Chinese multinational corporations in Africa. Her areas of interest include business-government relations, international law, and legal anthropology. Ying is also a pre-doctoral fellow at John Hopkins University, SAIS since 2015. She has published on the interplay between Chinese domestic reform and international law, and the economic and social impact of Chinese investment in African countries. Ying has an LL.M. from Harvard Law School, and a Master of Laws, a Bachelor of Law and B.S. in Economics from Peking University.