Bryant International Forum: Eagle, Dragon, and World Economy

Sponsored by Division of International Affairs


Eagle, Dragon, and World Economy: A panel discussion on the challenge and impact of US- China trade policies


The recently escalated trade dispute between world largest economies raises fears of a global economic impact. Please join Professors Crystal Jiang, Jongsung Kim, and Kevin Maloney as they share their perspectives at a panel discussion on the trade policy changes and their impacts.


Crystal Jiang, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Management

Bryant University


Dr. Jiang is an Executive Board Member of the Academy of International Business Northeast Chapter and an Associate Editor of the New England Journal of Entrepreneurship. Her research has published in top-ranked International Business journals. Dr. Jiang holds a Ph.D. from Temple University in International Business Management and strategic management.


Jongsung Kim, Ph.D.

Professor of Economics

Bryant University


Dr. Kim’s research interests include issues in the labor market such as gender/race inequality and poverty in the U.S. labor market and impact of immigration on the U.S. economy. He is the author of “Labor Supply and Occupational Structure of Asian Immigrants in the U.S. Labor Market.” Dr. Kim received a Ph.D. in Economics from the Johns Hopkins University.


Kevin Maloney, Ph.D.

Professor of Finance and Executive in Residence

Bryant University


Prior to joining the Bryant faculty, Kevin was a Senior Managing Director at Gottex Fund Management where he served as Head of Research, then Head of Risk Management, and finally as it Co-Chief Investment Officer.  He was also employed by Putnam Investments, as a Managing Director, Head of Fixed Income Quantitative Research, then the Head of Financial Engineering and Product Design. Dr. Maloney earned his Ph.D. in economics and finance from Washington University in St. Louis.


For more information, please contact:

Colleen Balk
Program Assistant
U.S.-China Institute, Bryant University
Phone: 401-232-6000 ext. 20517 | E-mail:

Wednesday, April 25, 2018 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm


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International Programs, U.S. China Institute

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