Hanzhi Yu is a CIGI senior fellow and a research fellow in the Department of Political Science, School of Public Affairs, at Zhejiang University, China. Hanzhi holds a Ph.D. in public management from Tsinghua University.
Hanzhi’s research field is global governance and global public policy, with a particular focus on global governance for emerging technologies, global private governance and global public-private partnership. Her recent publications have appeared in leading journals such as Global Governance, Sustainable Development and Social Sciences in China, among others. She has written a book on the evolution of the regime complex in global governance (published in Chinese by China Social Sciences Press, 2019).
Hanzhi’s current research projects include global governance for emerging biotechnologies, Chinese high-tech companies’ engagement in global governance, and global public-private partnership in global health governance.
Hanzhi also serves as an adjunct research fellow with the Center for Industrial Development and Environmental Governance of Tsinghua University and as an individual member of the Global Alliance for Genomes and Health.