Chris Pope

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Chris is an assistant professor at the Department of Contemporary Science, Kyoto Women’s University. He specializes in East Asian political economy and the political economy of climate change. He has published research on China, Japan, and international society. Current projects focus on the changing boundaries of governance in East Asia, environmental governance and macroeconomics.

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