ESP Biography



DAVID JIANG, ESP Teacher




Major: Global Affairs

College/Employer: Yale

Year of Graduation: 2019

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Past Classes

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Bridging the Urban Rural Divide in Splash Spring 19 (Apr. 06, 2019)
Globalization is threatening the rural American identity, and rural America revolted in force in November 2016. Through hindsight, we see that there is a cultural distinction between rural and urban America that drives their differences in opinions and views on politics. We will analyze population, electoral, and polling data to see if such a divide exists, what are some potential historical, cultural, and ideological causes for the divide, and discuss how the democratic party was ignorant of its causes and potential consequences in 2016. Finally, we will look at ways of bridging the gap


Economic Policy and Politics of US and China: Two sides of the Same Coin in Splash Spring 19 (Apr. 06, 2019)
How did China rise to become one of the superpowers? In this lecture class, we will analyze US and China and their co-dependency on each other. We will look at economic development in China since the late 1970s and comparing it with the same period in US economic history. There will be a close emphasis on how China transitioned from its export- and investment-led model to the current pro-consumption model.


Economic Policy and Politics of US and China: Two sides of the Same Coin in Splash Spring 18 (Apr. 07, 2018)
How did China rise to become one of the superpowers? In this lecture class, we will analyze US and China and their co-dependency on each other. We will look at economic development in China since the late 1970s and comparing it with the same period in US economic history. There will be a close emphasis on how China transitioned from its export- and investment-led model to the current pro-consumption model.


Economic Policy and Politics of US and China: Two sides of the Same Coin in Splash Spring 18 (Apr. 07, 2018)
How did China rise to become one of the superpowers? In this lecture class, we will analyze US and China and their co-dependency on each other. We will look at economic development in China since the late 1970s and comparing it with the same period in US economic history. There will be a close emphasis on how China transitioned from its export- and investment-led model to the current pro-consumption model.


Economic Policy and Politics of US and China: Two sides of the Same Coin in Splash Fall 17 (Nov. 11, 2017)
How did China rise to become one of the superpowers? In this lecture class, we will analyze US and China and their co-dependency on each other. We will look at economic development in China since the late 1970s and comparing it with the same period in US economic history. There will be a close emphasis on how China transitioned from its export- and investment-led model to the current pro-consumption model.