Bryan Cheang

PhD Student, King's College London
Adam Smith Fellow

Bryan Cheang is a PhD student in political economy at King's College London. His research interests include the way institutional arrangements structure the incentives and knowledge of economic agents and how that determines development outcomes. His dissertation is a comparative case study analysis of the contemporary development history of Hong Kong and Singapore since 1960. Bryan earned an MA in political economy from King's College London and a BA in political science and history from the National University of Singapore.