Dan Wang is the technology analyst at Gavekal Dragonomics, the Beijing-based economics research firm. Wang has focused on understanding China's technology progress — based in Hong Kong, Beijing, and then Shanghai — over the last six years. His work at Gavekal has covered China’s technology capabilities, U.S. regulatory controls on Chinese companies, as well as multinational investment activities in China. At the Paul Tsai China Center at Yale Law School, Wang is working on a monograph on China’s vision of the technological future. He is based in New Haven while he is on leave from Gavekal.
Wang’s essays have been published in Foreign Affairs, The Atlantic, New York Magazine, and Bloomberg Opinion. Wang studied philosophy at the University of Rochester and previously worked in Silicon Valley.