Gregory T Chin is an Associate Professor in the Department of Politics, and Faculty of Graduate Studies at York University (Canada). He is the Mayling Birney Global Scholar at the London School of Economics and Political Science from Autumn 2022 until Spring 2023. Chin is a Senior Fellow of the Foreign Policy Institute at The Johns Hopkins University, School of Advanced International Studies in Washington, DC. He co-directs the Emerging Global Governance Project with Global Policy journal.
Greg has published widely on the political economy of China, Asia, BRICS, international money and finance, and global governance. His research on China, the Asian region and world order started in the early 1990s, and spans four decades. He is on the Advisory or Editorial Boards of the leading journals Review of International Political Economy, Global Governance, and The Journal of East Asian Studies. From 2000 to 2006, Chin served in the Government of Canada, Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, the Canadian International Development Agency, and the Canadian Embassy in Beijing. He has advised government policymakers, fund-managers and corporate decision-makers, research institutes and funding agencies, international financial institutions, and international organizations. He has contributed to projects with the Asian Development Bank, Canadian International Development Agency, China Development Bank, China Institutes for Contemporary International Relations, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Export-Import Bank of China, Global Affairs Canada, Hong Kong Monetary Authority, International Development Research Centre, United Nations Development Programme, and United Nations Office for South-South Cooperation.