Federico Pachetti is a post-doctoral fellow at Corvinus Institute of Advanced Studies (CIAS), Corvinus University, Budapest. Previously, he held positions at New York University (NYU) Shanghai and at London School of Economics (LSE) and Political Science.
Federico is interested in 20th century international and economic history, with a focus on how shifting dynamics in global political economy shaped the evolution of Sino-American relations during the final decades of the century. Federico is working on a book manuscript that explores the assistance American and international economic institutions provided to the People’s Republic of China (PRC)’s economic reforms during the 1980s.
Federico received his PhD in global history from the University of Hong Kong in 2019. He has two Masters, one in History of International Relations from LSE and the other in International Relations and European Studies from the University of Florence. Federico went to the University of Pisa for his BA in Political Science and International Relations.
"A Sovereign Globalization: The Making of America's Economic Entanglement with China during the 1980s".