Posts by Gregory Chin

Gregory Chin, Associate Professor of political science at York University (Canada)

Into the Premier League – London and Renminbi internationalisation

Gregory Chin

Latest moves in RMB internationalisation in London could help push China’s currency into the top global rankings   Guest post by Gregory Chin   When the People’s Bank of China named China Construction Bank (CCB) as the Renminbi (RMB) clearing bank for London in mid June 2014, and subsequently authorised the China Foreign Exchange Trade System to launch direct trading … Continue reading

3 July 2014 by Gregory Chin
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A life of (global) meaning – in memory of Professor Norman Girvan

Gregory Chin

Norman Girvan’s life and work have made an enduring contribution to the political economy of the world Life has a way of presenting opportunities when we least expect.  A dear friend’s invitation to visit the University of the West Indies, in Trinidad, in February 2008 gave me the unexpected opportunity, and lasting memory, of meeting Norman Girvan. I was introduced … Continue reading

1 May 2014 by Gregory Chin
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