Yi Wang is a highly self-motivated early career researcher with demonstrated research expertise and strong soft skills. Her PhD research explores knowledge exchange and stakeholder engagement in digital creative industries between China and Australia. She uses different country contexts to examine the diversity of innovation practice internationally in creative industries to better understand the approaches and challenges for future strategy. She has maintained publication track record of refereed Q1 journal articles and co-authored book chapters in prestigious collections while doing her PhD and working in research activities, as well as teaching as a sessional academic at QUT School of Communication. Yi has conducted diverse research areas in creative industries, innovation economies, cultural geography, digital media, strategic communication, art design and art theory. In particular, her work experiences have involved with clients across academic research, industry partnership, government connections and NGO stakeholders internationally.
China’s big tech problem: even in a state-managed economy, digital companies grow too powerful
Like the EU and unlike the US, China is trying to rein in the power of big tech companies. Can we learn from these efforts?