Meng Wu, EHS Tawney Fellow

Cooperation or Confrontation? A Comparative Study of the Chinese Modern Banks and Foreign Banks in China, 1912-1937

Meng Wu has completed her PhD in Economic History from the London School of Economics. Her doctoral dissertation examines the Shanxi piaohao (banks), arguably the most important financial institutions in late imperial China. Her research interests include banking history, business history, corporate governance and the late imperial history.