Rebecca Arcesati
Analyst
Rebecca Arcesati

Rebecca Arcesati’s research focuses on the linkages between China’s foreign economic policy and its technology and digital ambitions, as well as how these impact Europe. Prior to joining MERICS, she was involved in a project helping Italian tech startups scale up in China and worked on gender equality with the United Nations in Beijing. Arcesati holds an LL.M. in China Studies with a focus on Politics and International Relations from Peking University, where she was a Yenching Scholar. She also received an MA in International Studies from the University of Turin. Arcesati studied Chinese language in Beijing and Dalian and holds a BA in Language Mediation and Cross-Cultural Communication.

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Rebecca Arcesati

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Rebecca Arcesati’s research focuses on the linkages between China’s foreign economic policy and its technology and digital ambitions, as well as how these impact Europe. Prior to joining MERICS, she was involved in a project helping Italian tech startups scale up in China and worked on gender equality with the United Nations in Beijing. Arcesati holds an LL.M. in China Studies with a focus on Politics and International Relations from Peking University, where she was a Yenching Scholar. She also received an MA in International Studies from the University of Turin. Arcesati studied Chinese language in Beijing and Dalian and holds a BA in Language Mediation and Cross-Cultural Communication.

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