Dr Winnie King

Dr Winnie King

Dr Winnie King
Teaching Fellow

1.13, 4 Priory Road,
11 Priory Road, Clifton, Bristol
BS8 1TU
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winnie.king@bristol.ac.uk

Telephone Number (0117) 3311024

School of Sociology, Politics and International Studies

Personal profile

Dr. King is a specialist in Chinese International Political Economy and International Relations, with specific reference to monetary and financial development and currency internationalisation, regionalisation and economic policy-making. She received her DPhil from the University of Oxford.

Her current work on Chinese Financial Liberalisation examines its path of financial reform in Economic restructuring, focusing on the role of Renminbi currency hubs and offshore RMB markets (namely Taiwan, the City of London and Hong Kong) as a means of currency internationalisation. It also examines instruments adopted by the Chinese state and banking system to manage and develop its Monetary policy and capital account -- to manage risks (ie. debt) with growth (ie. ODI). Of further interest are the role of bonds, CDs, institutional and private investor schemes and capital markets in foreign economic policy.

She also works on Sino-UK economic policy as part of her interest in Sino-EU relations, as well as Taiwan-China political economic relations--with particular reference to the role of business stakeholders in economic and foreign policy development. 

She has worked with both government and industry actors, including Standard Chartered Bank, Deutsche Bank, the Bank of Japan, the Central Bank of China, UK Cabinet Office, as well as the MOD and the Taiwan Ministry of Foreign Affairs.  

Research

East Asian Political Economy and Development; Chinese Financial Reform; Sino-EU relations; Chinese International Relations;  and Taiwan Politics

 

 

Teaching

Dr. King is the lead for International Political Economy, teaching a theory unit, as well as optional units on Chinese Political Economy, East Asia European Economic Relations and Policy, as well as Chinese International Relations. 

 

Fields of interest

Chinese International Political Economy, Chinese Financial Reform, Chinese International Relations, Sino-EU relations, Taiwan-China Politics; State-non-state actor relations; policy-making; and comparative models of cooperation and processes of regionalisation.



Key publications

  1. King, W, 2010, ‘Online Chinese Nationalism and the European Union: A Political Economy Perspective’. in: Simon Shen, Shaun Breslin (eds) Online Chinese Nationalism and Chinese Bilateral Relations. Lexington Books, pp. 160 - 177
  2. King, W, 2007, ‘From Exclusive to Adaptive National Identity: Taiwan’s Policy Toward Mainland Spouses’ Immigration’. Berliner China-Hefte/Chinese History and Society, vol 32., pp. 140 - 159

Latest publications

  1. King, W, 2011, ‘Taiwanese Nationalism and Cross-Strait Marriage? Governing and Incorporating Mainland Spouses’. in: Schubert , Guenter , Jenns Damm (eds) Taiwanese Identity in the 21st Century: domestic, regional and global perspectives. Routledge

Full publications list in the University of Bristol publications system

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