Joyman Lee

University of Missouri St. Louis

    Joyman Lee (Ph.D. Yale, 2013) is a historian of late imperial and modern China, with allied interests in business history and the history of technology. His dissertation "Where Imperialism Could Not Reach: Chinese Industrial Policy and Japan, 1900-1940" looks at the influence of the Japanese model of industrialization on China, focusing on a set of institutions designed to provide overseas market and technological information to rural producers in Japan. Lee is currently a visiting assistant professor of history at the University of Missouri-St. Louis, and his dissertation is a finalist for the Herman E. Krooss Prize (2014).

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