As a Research Associate on the Paulson Institute’s think tank team, Amy Ouyang produces qualitative and quantitative research and analysis. Amy focuses on the energy sector and the ongoing global energy transition, particularly its intersection with the economy, technology, and industrial policy.

Amy graduated from Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) with a concentration in international relations and economics. Prior to Hopkins, she obtained both Bachelor and Master of Science degrees in Journalism from Northwestern University. Her internships at several think tanks in DC, including the Wilson Center and the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), provided valuable experience examining US-China relations. In addition, Amy has worked at a number of news outlets and broadcasting stations in Hong Kong and the US.