Marina Zucker Marques
The Chinese Strategy of Renminbi Internationalization
Marina Zucker Marques joined the Ph.D. program at the Graduate School of East Asian Studies at Freie University, Berlin in October 2017. Her Ph.D. research focuses on the analysis of policies that promoted the Renminbi Internationalization for the period 2008-2016.
Marina holds a B.A in Economics from FACAMP, Brazil and an M.A in Economics and International Trade from Zhejiang Gongshang University, China where she was awarded a scholarship from China Scholarship Council.
Currency Internationalization, International Political Economy, Chinese Economy
China, September 20th to November 29th, 2018
Economic Potentials of the “ Belt and Road" initiative (in Portuguese), with José Medeiros da Silva, People’s Daily online, 12, May 2017.
Currency Statecraft and Central Bank policies: The case of Renminbi Internationalization, 2019 IIPPE annual conference, Lille, France (July 3rd- 5th, 2019)
RMB internationalization: the role of market and governmental actors, The 19th Conference on Monetary Policy and Financial Security, Shanghai, China (November 13-14, 2018).
The Chinese Strategy for RMB internationalization, International Conference on Economic Theory and Policy, Meiji University, Tokyo, Japan (September 16-18, 2018).
China: capital flight or renminbi internationalization? (with Paulo Van Noije and Bruno de Conti), Red ALC-China 4th International Seminar, Mexico City, Mexico (May 28-30, 2018).
Presenter and Chair at the Workshop The International Monetary System and Internationalization of Emerging Market Currencies, Latin America Institute- Freie Universität Berlin, Germany (February 17, 2018).
The Chinese Strategy of Renminbi Internationalization, Workshop BerliSinia, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany (December 5, 2017).
7th International FMM Summer School,"Keynesian Macroeconomics and European Economic Policies",Hans-Böckler-Stiftung, Berlin, Germany (July 28th to August 2nd, 2019)
GEAS summer school. Analyzing and Understanding Institutional Change, Tokyo, Japan (September 8- 15, 2018)
Introduction to Post-Keynesian Economics and Political Economy, London, UK (July 11-13, 2018)