Kyle Jaros

Fellow, Pulte Institute for Global Develpmt

Keough School of Global Affairs and Department of Political Science

Office
2163 Jenkins And Nanovic Halls
Notre Dame, IN 46556
Phone
+1 574-631-6105
Email
kjaros@nd.edu

Fellow, Pulte Institute for Global Develpmt

  • Chinese politics
  • China's urban and regional political economy
  • U.S.-China relations
  • Paradiplomacy
  • Urban development and governance

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Tired of hostile Washington, China courts Indiana and Minnesota

There’s been “a huge pullback” on the U.S. side, said Kyle Jaros, an associate professor at the University of Notre Dame working on a book on the topic. “China is reaching out and finding it hard to find partners.”

The US-China Perception Monitor

Kyle Jaros on the Role of of Subnational Relations in US-China Relations

Kyle Jaros, associate professor of global affairs in the Keough School of Global Affairs at the University of Notre Dame, has worked on a book project examining the subnational relationship between China and the US.  

Chinese grieve popular ex-premier Li Keqiang in quiet show of dissent

Kyle Jaros, a professor on global affairs at the University of Notre Dame, says the Chinese public tends to feel a closer affinity to premiers whose mandates involve more domestic issues — as was the case with Li who often spoke of China's challenges, including jobs and cost of living.

California governor’s trip shows US-China engagement is still possible on a state level

States’ involvement with China has fallen off rapidly in the past five years, as the bilateral relationship deteriorated under the Trump administration and further soured with the pandemic, according to research from Kyle Jaros, a professor of global affairs at University of Notre Dame.

A Rural Michigan Town Is the Latest Battleground in the U.S.-China Fight

“There are really strong commercial logics driving this, and those commercial logics aren’t going away anytime soon,” said Kyle Jaros, a professor at the University of Notre Dame, who studies Chinese investment in the United States.

Federal anti-China sentiment is increasingly seeping into state laws

By Kyle A. Jaros and Sara A. Newland. Kyle A. Jaros is an associate professor of global affairs in the Keough School of Global Affairs at the University of Notre Dame.