Yin Li, a doctoral student with Georgia Tech’s Ivan Allen College School of Public Policy, has been awarded a scholarship in a prestigious annual award program from the Chinese Scholarship Council (CSC).
He is a winner of a 2016-2017 CSC “National Scholarship for Excellent Overseas Chinese Student,” awarded to a select number of overseas Chinese students for academic achievements in all fields worldwide following a competitive review process.
Li is among 19 awardees in the U.S. Southeast for this year, and is the only awardee from a social sciences and humanities discipline. He is undertaking doctoral research on the innovation pathways of emerging Chinese high technology firms, advised by Professor Philip Shapira of the School of Public Policy.
Li is also a graduate research assistant with the Georgia Tech Program in Science, Technology and Innovation Policy of the Ivan Allen College and the Enterprise Innovation Institute. In addition, Li is a contributor to the book China as Innovation Nation published by Oxford University Press (eds. Zhou, Lazonick, and Sun, 2016).