Prior to joining RAP's China team, Max Dupuy served for six years as an economist at the US Treasury advising senior officials on Asian economic issues with a focus on China and other Asian economies. Subsequently, he worked for three years at the New Zealand Treasury, developing policy advice on power sector regulation and capital efficiency issues.
Mr. Dupuy has also worked in economic research in the Federal Reserve System. He has written articles about the international experience with electricity markets, Chinese energy policy, and macroeconomic productivity, among other issues.
He earned a Master's degree in Economics and Policy from Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson School and an undergraduate degree in economics from Queen's University in Canada. In addition, Mr. Dupuy completed a two-year Mandarin Chinese language program at the National Taiwan University.