Anton Malkin is a CIGI research fellow in the Global Economy Program. His research focuses on China’s role in the global economy, with a focus on finance and intellectual property. At CIGI, Anton has published works on the impact of China’s industrial upgrading policies on global trade governance, the domestic politics of capital account liberalization in China, and China’s relationship with the International Monetary Fund and regional financial governance arrangements. Anton's current research examines the impact of China's industrial policies on Chinese multinational firms' acquisition of foreign-owned technology assets and China's financing of emerging technologies through venture capital.
 
From 2012 to 2013, Anton was a senior visiting scholar at the School of International Studies at Peking University. His Ph.D. thesis examined the role of foreign financial institutions in the transformation of China’s financial markets and state-owned enterprises.

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  1. Malkin, A.
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    2017
    . "
    The Limits of Global Economic Governance after the 2007–09 International Financial Crisis
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    Boughton, J. M., Lombardi, D.,
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    Global Policy
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    8(4), 30-41.
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  2. Malkin A.
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    2016
    . "
    An Effective Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank: A Bottom Up Approach
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    Momani, B.
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    Global Policy
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    7(4): 521-530.
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  3. Malkin A.
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    2011
    . "
    ). Emerging powers and IMF reform: Where Multipolarity In The World Economy Is Leading The Fund
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    Momani, B
    .
    St Antony's International Review
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    7(1): 61-78.
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