Mingcong Pan


Photo at the Picnic Point, University of Wisconsin-Madison

I am a joint PhD student in the Department of Political Science and the Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, majoring in comparative politics and development economics, with a secondary field in political methodology. A comparativist and political economist with a regional focus on China, I am broadly interested in political economy, economic development, and topics around identity, ideology, and culture. Currently, I am working on three threads: the causes and consequences of national identity and nationalism; culture and comparative politics and comparative political economy; and some limited works on microeconomic theory.


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