Jason Jia-Xi Wu is an aspiring academic and legal professional interested in legal history, project finance, public policy, financial regulation, and private international law. Prior to attending Harvard Law School, Jason received his M.A. from Harvard University (2020), where he focused on early-modern Chinese property law and the politics of macroregional economic planning in contemporary China. He received his B.A. from University of California San Diego (2018), where he studied history and political science. Jason's past research explored the policy implications of China's recent developmental initatives, with a particular focus on the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area project. Jason also worked as a research assistant at the Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies and as a legal fellow at the New Markets Lab.