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Linda Yueh is an economist, broadcaster, and author. 

        Twitter: @lindayueh www.twitter.com/lindayueh

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I present "When China meets Kenya," The Documentary, BBC World Service, forthcoming.


My take on the IMF’s assessment of China’s financial system, Sky News, 7 December 2017 (video, 3:12).


I was Guest of the Day on Daily Politics, BBC Two, 23 November 2017 (video, 59:15; available for 29 days) & a clip giving my take on the Budget (video, 1:21).


My TEDx talk on "The End of Poverty," TEDxTottenham, 22 November 2017 (video, 12:18).


My "essay" on the Bank of England's interest rate decision, BBC Radio 4 PM Programme, 30 October 2017 (audio, 25:33-28:25, available for 1 month).


My take on Could another referendum help the UK economy? BBC Two Daily Politics, 17 October 2017 (video, 12:19).


My take on China's debt mountain, BBC World Service, 7 October 2017 (audio, 23:00).


My take on the impact of Brexit on the British economy, BBC Two Daily Politics, 12 September 2017 (video, 8:16).


I chair a panel at London Business School on What to expect from Brexit, 23 August 2017 (video, 1:22:48)


I chair a panel on "Back to Brexit: What happens next?London Business School Review podcast, 24 July 2017 (audio, 1:19:46).


My take on Hong Kong's economy 20 years after the handover from Britain to China, Sky News, 29 June 2017 (video, 5:38).


I give a webinar on "What to make of Brexit," London Business School, 15 June 2017 (video, 53:09).


I contribute to The Big Questions: "Will globalisation make the world a better place?," BBC One, 21 May 2017 (video, 59:00; available on iPlayer for 1 month).


I present The Inquiry on "How did Venezuela go from so rich to so poor?" BBC World Service, 11, 14-15 May 2017 (audio, 23:00).


My take on the Chinese economy, 7 April 2017 (video, 1:02).


My 10 minute Teddy Talk on "Ending poverty?" & "Introduction" to the St Edmund Hall Research Expo 2017, University of Oxford podcasts, 3 April 2017 (videos: 11:30, 2:30).


My 3 minute Big Idea: trade policy matters, 8 March 2017 (video, 3:03).


I present The Inquiry on "What would 'no deal' mean for Brexit Britain?" BBC World Service, 31 January & 4 February 2017 (audio, 23:00).


My take on British PM Theresa May's major speech on Brexit, Sky News, 17 January 2017 (video, 6:38). My comments on the impact on Sterling were written up in the Metro.

 

My take on 2016 Year in Review, TRT World, 27 December 2016 (video, Part I Trump, Brexit, Aleppo 31:26, Part II Iraq, terrorism, celebrities 22:18). 


My talk on China's financial risk was the most watched video of 2016, Citywire, 20 December 2016 (video, 3:38).


My take on the Autumn Statement, Brexit and uncertainty in economic forecasts (video, 00:52; full Autumn Statement segment, video, 17:18), on mobile phones use in Parliament (video, 2:53); as Guest of the Day (video, 1 hour programme is available for 29 days); BBC2 Daily Politics, 24 November 2016.


My take on U.S. President-elect Trump's trade policies' impact on American jobs (video, 4:48) & how best to address the inequities of globalisation (video, 4:58), France24, 22 November 2016.


My take on the future of U.S., China, and global trade, BBC News, 17 November 2016 (video, 1:30).


My take on the U.S. presidential election, TRT World, 14 November 2016 (videos: Part I 16:31, Part II Impact on the world 9:22).


My take on the state of the Chinese economy, TRT World, 25 October 2016 (video, 13:43).


My take on Brexit, Sky News, 20 October 2016 (video, 9:20).


My take on Sterling, the UK economy and Brexit, BBC Radio 4 Today programme, covered in the Sunday Express, 8 October 2016 (audio, 1:14).


My take on why the U.S. election has global implications, The Global Election, Monocle24, 7 October 2016 (audio, 24:00).


My speech on "How to tackle global inequality" at the Oxfam and Centre for Policy Studies fringe event alongside the Oxfam CEO & UK Development Minister at the Conservative Party Conference, Birmingham, UK, 3 October 2016 (video, 1:09:49).


I present The Inquiry on 'Who wins in a cashless economy?', BBC World Service, 20 & 25 September 2016 (audio, 23:00). My interview with Harvard economist Ken Rogoff on the case for a cashless economy on BBC World Service The Essential, 21 September 2016 (audio, 6:00).


My take on Brexit, Trump and monetary policy, WorldFirst blog, 15 August 2016 (video, 3:44). 


My take on Europe and the world, Dahrendorf Forum, Berlin, Germany, 22 June 2016 (video, 1:52).


I present The Inquiry on 'Are we really about to end world poverty?', BBC World Service, 14 & 19 June 2016 (audio, 23:00). My interview with Helen Clark, head of UNDP and contender for the next United Nations Secretary General, BBC World Service The Essential, 15 June 2016 (audio, 6:00).


I chair a plenary session at Chatham House's annual London Conference on "Will geo-economics trump geo-politics in the Asia Pacific?" with diplomats from Singapore, Britain, and the United States, London, UK, 16 June 2016 (video, 1:00:56).


I chair a Leading Minds panel on The 100 Year Life at London Business School, London, UK, 1 June 2016 (video, 1:20:55).


I am pleased to serve as judge of the inaugural list of top 100 leading minority ethnic executives in the US and UK for UPstanding100, Financial Times, 26 May 2016. 


My take on China's latest stimulus and debt, Citywire & video (3:45), 12 May 2016.


I present The Inquiry on 'Why are wages so low?' BBC World Service, 8 & 13 March 2016 (audio, 23:00). 


I contribute to the paper review on BBC One Marr Show ahead of the UK 2016 Budget, 13 March 2016 (video, 12:37; entire programme with the Chancellor and Shadow Chancellor is also available for 30 days on BBC iPlayer, video, 59:04).


China's Growth is reviewed in London Review of Books by Kenneth Pomeranz, Vol. 38, No. 4, pp. 33-37, 18 February 2016.


I present a documentary on the 2016 U.S. elections: Linda for Congress, 1-8 February 2016. For details, see Media (Programmes).


     BBC World Service The Documentary (audio, 27:00) 

     BBC Current Affairs Stump it Up (a clip of my stump speech, 1:14)

     Part One: The Look (video, 6:14)
     Part Two: Getting the Message Right (video, 4:18)
     Part Three: The Campaign Team (video, 6:42)
     Part Four: The Voters (video, 2:57)
     BBC News YouTube US Elections: How to be a Candidate


I contribute to BBC Radio 4 Today programme on "What next for Apple and Google?" 27 January 2016 (audio, 12:46).


I present The Inquiry on "How much inequality is too much?" BBC World Service, 5 & 10 January 2016 (audio, 23:00).


I present The Inquiry on "Should governments drop money out of helicopters?" BBC World Service, 8 & 13 December 2015 (audio, 23:00).


My podcast on my latest book in the St Edmund Hall, University of Oxford, podcast series celebrating the 50th anniversary of the MCR postgraduates, 3 December 2015 (video, 23:06).


I contribute to BBC Two Daily Politics discussion on the government's tax credit policy, 20 October 2015 (video, 10:00).


I contribute to BBC Two Daily Politics discussion on the end of the steel industry in Scotland?, 20 October 2015 (video, 7:00).


My take on the global impact of a slowdown in China's economy, BBC One O'Clock News, 19 October 2015 (video, 0:22).


My take on the global economic outlook, Ambrosetti Forum, The European House, Italy, 5 September 2015 (video, 2:59).


I interview Sir Jeremy Greenstock, former British ambassador to the UN and Envoy to Iraq, on "What if the world had no borders?" LBS, London, UK, 28 August 2015 (video, 46:21).


I contribute to Business Daily on BBC World Service on what the yuan devaluation says about China, 17 August 2015 (audio, 4:23).


An interview that I gave to China Business Network on how to reform the Chinese stock market, 1 August 2015 (video, 3:31).


I contribute to The Inquiry on BBC World Service on what the Chinese stock market crash tells us, 21 July 2015 (extract: The Essential, audio, 5:30).


I chair The Rise of Private Enterprises in China, Chatham House podcast, 16 July 2015 (audio, 25:45).


I speak on my book, China's Growth: The Making of an Economic Superpower, at the 50th anniversary of the Middle Common Room (MCR) of postgraduates at St Edmund Hall, University of Oxford (video, 23:06).


I present Analysis on "Making Invisibles Visible" (or "Why the economy may be in better shape than we think"), BBC Radio 4, 15 & 21 June 2015 (audio, 27:58).


An interview that I gave to SRF Swiss TV at the Swiss Economic Forum, 5 June 2015 (video, 5:31).


Review of China's Growth by Prasenjit Duara in Development and Change, Vol. 46, No. 3, pp. 562-569, May 2015.


At the World Economic Forum East Asia Summit, I present a special Talking Business on the last mile for ASEAN, Jakarta, Indonesia, 20 April 2015 (video, 1:08:09). 


I present Business Daily on BBC World Service on the end of poverty, 27 March 2015.


A lovely write-up that puts me in the company of one of my favourite TV hosts, Charlie Rose, Philippine Daily Enquirer, 21 March 2015. Found here, in the 2nd section.


I present Six Routes to a Richer World: China, BBC World Service & Marketplace in the U.S., 14 & 20 March 2015.


At the World Economic Forum annual meeting in Davos, I present a special Talking Business on the Diversity Dividend, 21-24 January 2015.


I present In the Balance on BBC World Service on the role of women in business and the economy, 17-18 January 2015.


I present In the Balance on BBC World Service on the global impact of Chinese deflation, 13-14 December 2014.


"Designed in China" season on BBC World TV in October 2014. I present special editions of Talking Business from China's Silicon Valley & China's Hollywood as well as Business Daily on 17 Oct 2014 on Huawei and 31 October 2014 on Chinese cinema.

 

Another chance to catch my Working Lives that tells the story of Singapore on 22 August 2014 at 22:30 GMT, 23 August 2014 at 11:30 GMT, 24 August 2014 at 17:30 GMT, 22:30 GMT & only in North America on 25 August 2014 at 2:30 GMT on BBC World TV.


I present Business Daily on BBC World Service on merger mania: M&A activity is at the highest since the global crisis, 19 August 2014.


I front the Next Billionaires special season on the BBC, including presenting Business Daily on BBC World Service, 13 June 2014 & Next Billionaires special programme, 16 August 2014 at 4:30 GMT, 17:30 GMT, 22:30 GMT, 17 August 2014 at 10:30 GMT & only in North America on 18 August 2014 at 2:30 GMT & 22 August 2014 at 2:30 GMT on BBC World TV.

 

I present Business Daily on BBC World Service on Indonesia's economic challenges ahead of presidential elections, 4 July 2014.

 

My Q&A on Indonesia's economy, BBC News, 2 July 2014.

 

I present Business Daily on BBC World Service on re-building the Philippines, 26 May 2014.

 

I present Business Daily on BBC World Service on the business of football, 2 April 2014.

 

I present Business Daily on BBC World Service on Turkey and the first meeting under new Fed Chair Janet Yellen, 18 March 2014.


I present Business Daily on BBC World Service on China's shadow banks, 6 March 2014.

 

I present Business Daily on BBC World Service on London as an international financial centre, 26 February 2014.


I present Business Daily on BBC World Service on if women should run the world economy, 11 February 2014.


At the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos, I host a special Talking Business with Linda Yueh on 'Gender-driven growth' with Carlos Ghosn, Nissan-Renault CEO; Christine Lagarde, Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund; Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, Executive Director of UN Women; Sheryl Sandberg, COO and Board Member, Facebook on 25 January 2014.


I present business on BBC Radio 4 "Today" on 25 January 2014 from Davos.


BBC Correspondents Look Ahead 2014 on the World Service on 2 January 2014 at 14:00 GMT, Radio 4 on January 3 at 20:00 GMT & again on January 4 at 13:10 GMT.


My number of the year on BBC Radio 4 "More or Less" on December 27 at 16:30 GMT & again on December 29 at 20:00 GMT, and on the World Service on December 28 at 11:50 GMT, 22:50 GMT & December 30 at 03:50 GMT.


I present Business Daily on BBC World Service on Womenomics, 23 December 2013.

 

I present Business Daily on BBC World Service on Abenomics on 16 December 2013.


I present Business Daily on BBC World Service featuring Paul Krugman versus Joseph Stiglitz on growth & inequality, 22 November 2013.


"China's Third Plenum: Implications for the economy," OMFIF briefing with Songzou Xiang, Chief Economist at the Agricultural Bank of China (ABC), 14 November 2013 (podcast).


I co-present Your Money on BBC World Service from Hong Kong with Paul Lewis from Shanghai, China, 9:00-10:00 GMT/17:00-18:00 HK, 13 November 2013.


I present the flagship programme, 'Working Lives,' during the Singapore Direct season from 21 October to 1 November 2013 on BBC World News and www.bbc.com/singaporedirect. My show airs on Sat Oct 26 at 12:30 SG, Sun Oct 27 at 1:30, 6:30, 18:30.


I present Business Daily on BBC World Service from the APEC Summit in Bali, Indonesia, 7 September 2013. 


I fronted 'The New Global Middle Class' series on BBC Global News: BBC World News and BBC World Service, that launched on June 19th (including with my presenting Business Daily) and wrapped up on August 3rd with a special half-hour programme that I presented from China, also seen on the UK's BBC News Channel. Catch it on air & online at www.bbc.com/newmiddleclass.


Times Higher Education reviews my latest book, China's Growth, 13 June 2013.

 

I present Business Daily on BBC World Service from the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Myanmar (Burma), 7 June 2013.


I discuss my book, China's Growth: The Making of an Economic Superpower, on BBC Radio 3 "Night Waves," 4 June 2013.


I present Business Daily on BBC World Service on 30 May (women in business) & 31 May 2013 (doing business in China).


I share the takeaway from London Business School's panel on financial leadership, 29 May 2013.


My Q&A on China's growth, BBC News, 13 May 2013.


Podcast of my lecture at London School of Economics and Political Science on my latest book, China's Growth, 21 March 2013.

 

I gave an interview to Trust, Ballie Gifford's in-house magazine on my forthcoming book, China's Growth: The Making of an Economic Superpower, 28 February 2013.

 

Books that inspired me: LSE Review of Books (inaugural podcast) found here.

 

"China's 'Going Out & Bringing in' Policy: The Geo-economics of China's rise," IISS (The International Institute of Strategic Studies) seminar paper, March 2012. All 6 seminar papers from the Bahrain meeting, 'A New Era of Geo-economics: Assessing the Interplay of Economic and Political Risk,' can be found here.

 

I gave an interview to Benzinga radio "Attention" on the release of the paperback version of The Economy of China, February 2012.

 

I gave testimony on global imbalances before the Treasury Select Committee, House of Commons, UK Parliament on January 25th, 2012 which can be viewed here.


Video of lecture on "China, U.S., Global Imbalances and the 2008 Financial Crisis" given at the Oxford University Reunion Weekend in September 2009 (39.19 in duration). 

Linda Yueh is an economist, broadcaster, and author. 

Dr. Yueh is Fellow in Economics at St Edmund HallOxford University, and Adjunct Professor of Economics at London Business School. She is also Visiting Senior Fellow at the London School of Economics and Political Science's (LSE) foreign policy think tank, the IDEAS research centre, and was Visiting Professor of Economics at Peking University.
 
She is a TV and radio presenter, including for BBC Radio 4 and the World Service, as well as having fronted BBC TV series, such as The New Middle Class, Next Billionaires, and Working Lives. 
 
Dr. Yueh is a Non-Executive Director of Rentokil Initial, Trustee of the Coutts FoundationRoyal Commonwealth Society, and Malaria No More UK. She is a Fellow (FRSA) of the Royal Society of Arts (RSA). She also serves on the Policy Committee of the Centre for Economic Performance (CEP) at the London School of Economics, and on the Advisory Board of The Official Monetary and Financial Institutions Forum (OMFIF).  

She is a widely published author and Editor of the Routledge Economic Growth and Development book series. Her next book, The Great Economists: How Their Ideas Can Help Us Today (What Would the Great Economists do?), will be published by Viking/ Penguin Random House in March 2018, and by PicadorMacmillan in the U.S. in June 2018. A Chinese version will be published by CITIC Press. She is represented by Janklow & Nesbit.

Previously, she was Chief Business Correspondent for BBC News and host of Talking Business with Linda Yueh for BBC World TV and BBC News Channel based in Singapore. She had been Economics Editor and anchor at Bloomberg TV in London. She had been an attorney at Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison in New York. 
 
Professor Yueh has advised the World Bank, European Commission, Asian Development Bank, World Economic Forum in Davos, among others. She was Non-Executive Director of the FTSE-listed companies, JPMorgan Asian Investment Trust and Baillie Gifford's Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust. She was previously Co-Chair of the Global Cities Business Alliance (GCBA) of London First; Board Member of London & Partners; and adviser to the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC). 

 

Latest pieces


Op-eds/comments: Project SyndicateThe Guardian, New York Times, Financial Times, The Times, City A.M.The Conversation, Forbes, VOX, London Business School Review (LBSR). See my Blog & Podcasts.


My Q&A on Economic Trends: Property Cycles, Savills Impacts magazine, 4 December 2017.


"Time to reconsider the Budget rules and avoid 'fiscal illusions,'" LSE British Politics and Policy blog, 23 November 2017.


"UK Budget shifts course," Forbes, 22 November 2017. 


"Is the UK about to have its first rate rise in a decade?" Forbes, 31 October 2017.


"What next for UK plc? The future is uncertain. Here are five ways British businesses can survive and thrive," London Business School Review with Randall S Peterson, Herminia Ibarra, Freek Vermeulen and Richard Portes, 18 October 2017.


"Realising the aims of 'Global Britain': How can 'Global Britain' create an effective post-Brexit trade strategy?" Strategic Update, LSE IDEAS, 21 September 2017. Also published as "Global Britain: the trade strategies the UK could pursue after Brexit," LSE Brexit Blog, 2 October 2017.


"Britain is set to become the world's trade hub by linking together US, Europe and China, top economist predicts," The Sun writes up my speech, 1 October 2017.


"Chinese Economic Policy," Oxford Bibliographies, 26 July 2017.


"Britain's Economic Outlook after Brexit," Global Policy, Special Issue: Europe and the World: Global Insecurity and Power Shifts, 8(S4), pp. 54-61, 29 June 2017.


"Beyond the horizon: how has Luxembourg's financial industry fared since the financial crisis?" Letzebuerger Journal writes up my speech at the 2017 Horizons Conference in Luxembourg, 29 June 2017


"The Brexit dilemma," Forbes, 21 June 2017.


"How billionaires and Beijing shaped the Tencent-Tesla tie-up," Nikkei Asian Review, 6 April 2017.


"The continuing uncertainty of Brexit," Forbes, 29 March 2017.


"Fate of a post-Brexit nation," London Business School Review, 15 March 2017.


"UK Budget reveals upcoming challenges," Forbes, 8 March 2017.


"The economic practicalities of Brexit," OMFIF Bulletin, March 2017.


"Malaysia will be hit if China faces recession," The Edge Malaysian newspaper writes up my speech at the 2017 ASEAN conference, 20 February 2017 (PDF, page 5).


"Can we end poverty by 2030?" OUPblog, 18 January 2017.


"Economists gloomy on UK prospects for 2017" Financial Times annual survey of UK economists, 2 January 2017. My full responses on my Blog.


"What to expect in 2017," London Business School Review, 15 December 2016.


"Threat of currency volatility," OMFIF Bulletin & "RMB's rising importance adds to fluctuations," FOCUS: 2016 in review, December 2016. (in PDF or read on my blog


"Trump and Asia Pivot: Post TPP outlook," The Diplomat, 30 November 2016.


"Britain's new fiscal mandate opens way to invest for economic growth," Forbes, 23 November 2016.


"The economic effect of 'Trumpism'," OUPblog, Oxford University Press, 10 November 2016.


"Redistribution: The heart of Clinton's plan," Candidate Clinton's chance: Policies for America's economic challenges, OMFIF report, 31 October 2016.


"Economist says 'flash crash' triggered by Brexit but 'compounded' by electronic trading," Sunday Express writes up my BBC Radio 4 Today programme segment on Brexit and the Pound, 8 October 2016.


"Britain's Brexit plans and the market to watch," Forbes, 4 October 2016. 


"Inequality is a global problem. Here's how to tackle it," CapX, 28 September 2016.


"Where the UK economy stands after the Brexit vote," Forbes, 22 September 2016. 


"A better visa deal for Indian visitors to Britain," Letters, The Telegraph, 21 September 2016. 


My "Welcome" to the Brexit edition of Commonwealth Voices, Royal Commonwealth Society magazine, September 2016.


"Would cancelling Hinkley severely damage UK-China economic ties?" City A.M., 10 August 2016.


"Infrastructure holds Europe's untapped potential," Europe's World11 July 2016.


"What does a post-Brexit future look like for Britain?" Forbes, 1 July 2016.


"The Brexit trade-off," OUPblog, Oxford University Press, 29 June 2016. 


"The one certainty about Brexit," Forbes, 20 June 2016.


"Should the world fear a new trade war?" City A.M., 20 May 2016.


"UK Budget is a missed opportunity," Forbes, 16 March 2016.


"Risks to the global economy: China and interest rates," Forbes, 15 March 2016.


"Chinese tech groups will soon be snapping at Google's heels," Financial Times, 9 February 2016.


"UK stock market decline doesn't mean recession," Forbes, 29 January 2016.


"Are we heading for a crash?" The Guardian, 29 January 2016.


"Why the world's most valuable company faces a challenging future," Forbes, 27 January 2016.


"Why China's market crash is so unsurprising," Harvard Business Review, 12 January 2016.


My documentary on the U.S. elections is covered by a local paper: The Farmville Herald7 January 2016.


My "Ahead of the pack" piece on what could end the UK's M&A bandwagon, Capital Insights, EY, Q4 2015.


"Superpowers in conflict?London Business School Review with Richard Portes, December 2015 (PDF). 


"New central banking model," OMFIF Bulletin, December 2015 (PDF).


"What a Fed rate rise means for the world economy," Forbes, 17 December 2015.


"China's growth: A brief history," Harvard Business Review, 9 December 2015.


"Dollar, RMB, euro: A new world economic order," Forbes, 1 December 2015.


"There's no such thing as an 'optimal' size of the state," LSE Business Review, 27 November 2015 & LSE British Politics and Policy blog, 29 November 2015.


"The useful Trojan horse of the UK productivity puzzle," VOX, CEPR's policy portal, 25 November 2015.


"Britain, investment, and Brexit," Forbes, 24 November 2015.


"Britain's productivity challenge: It won't be solved by working like the Chinese," Forbes, 23 October 2015.


"Britain's 'special relationship' with China," Forbes, 7 October 2015.


My recommended books: Adam Smith's biography & Wealth of Nations, Business Insider, 29 September 2015.


"Bank of England and the changing face of central banking," Forbes, 29 September 2015.


"Here's how to prevent the next China crisis," The Times, 27 August 2015.


"How a Chinese slowdown will hit global growth," The Conversation, 26 August 2015.


My take on China and global markets, AP25 August 2015.


"This isn't China's Lehman moment -- yet," The Guardian, 12 August 2015.

 

My take on how UK & US interest rate rises affect the global economy, London Business School, 30 July 2015.


"China's abnormal stock market," Project Syndicate, 28 July 2015.


My take on what China's stock market crash tells us, BBC News, 22 July 2015.


"Taking stock of China's stock market crisis," my Q&A including the implications for the UK, LexisNexis, 14 July 2015.


My take on China's stock market crisis, NBC News, 9 July 2015.


"Making the invisible parts of the economy visible" (Why the UK economy may be in better shape than we think), BBC News, 16 June 2015.


"China, the U.S., and the emerging world order," China Policy Institute blog, University of Nottingham, 18 May 2015.


My blog for BBC College of Journalism on 'Specialist journalism can be a tough old business,' 14 January 2015.


My interview on Britain & the internationalisation of the RMB in Ta Kung Pao, 6 October 2014 (in Chinese).

 

My interview on China's & Britain's economic prospects in International Finance News, 11 August 2014. 


My report on the US economy is covered by a local Maryland newspaper, "BBC visits Crisfield," The Daily Times, 21 February 2014.

 

"Echoes of Deng's 1978 Reforms" and "China Plots Moves for Reform," OMFIF Bulletin, December 2013 (PDF).


"What to expect from the Third Plenum?China Policy Institute blog, University of Nottingham, 4 November 2013.


"Dominant Countries, Lost in Transition," New York Times Room for Debate, 26 July 2013.


My suggested books on the Chinese economy: Reading ChinaBusiness Strategy Review, London Business School, 23 July 2013.


"Is the Beijing Consensus a model for Myanmar?" Le Monde, 5 June 2013.


"China shows Myanmar cannot take success for granted," Bangkok Post, 3 June 2013.


My piece on China: The making of an economic superpower, OUP blog, 23 May 2013.

 

My piece on the UK Budget 2013: "The Chancellor has finally shifted towards stimulating growth," British Politics and Policy blog at LSE, 20 March 2013.


"Understanding China," Business Strategy Review, 5 March 2013.


"The next phase of growth," China Policy Institute blog, University of Nottingham, 4 March 2013.


"Is China's slowdown structural or cyclical? FT Emerging Markets/beyondbrics blog, Financial Times, 25 October 2012.

"China's reforms: 2012 leadership and the next phase of growth," European Union Institute for Security Studies, China Insight series, September 2012. 
 
"China's quiet radical moves," FT Emerging Markets/beyondbrics blog, Financial Times, 6 July 2012.

 
"China's foreign investment liberalisation is a 'turning point'," FT Emerging Markets/beyondbrics blog, Financial Times, 5 April 2012.

"Why China must continue to reform," The European Financial Review, February-March 2012, pp. 54-57.
 
"The calm before the storm: 2011 review and the 2012 outlook," AOL Money, 21 December 2011.
 
"2011 saw an Arab Spring and the euro in crisis – get ready for even more drama in 2012," City A.M., 20 December 2011.
 
"Self-made in China," article for the Royal Society for the Arts (RSA) Journal, Summer 2011.

 

"Seeing double at central banks," op-ed piece for Project Syndicate, 7 July 2011.


"How Europe can welcome the Chinese," The Guardian, 27 June 2011.

 

"The conflicted Bank of England" op-ed piece published by Project Syndicate, 5 May 2011.

 

"Why China must change," Business Strategy ReviewLondon Business School, April 2011.

 

"China looks for inner richness," The Guardian, 14 February 2011.

 

"Is China's housing market headed for a crash?" The Guardian, 22 December 2010.

 

IMF gets tough on banks with ‘FAT’ levy,” The Guardian, 21 April 2010.


"Emerging questions," London Views, March 2010, where I comment on the next set of emerging economies and associated business strategy.

 

"The World Economy: Headed North -- The Global Recession is Over: Pro and Con?" The Debate Room, BusinessWeek, 8 October 2009, where I argue the con case.

 

"China goes global," The Guardian, 18 May 2009. This article is part of the 'China at the crossroads' series.

 

Landfall in Asia: Market slumps shows no region is immune, but China is well placed to weather the storm,” The Guardian,28 October 2008.

 

The financial cloud’s silver lining: If a new system of international economic law emerges as a result of the banking crisis, it could benefit all nations,” The Guardian,23 October 2008.

 

China ‘can be engine of growth,’” BBC News, 20 October 2008.

 

Credit crunch future predictions,” BBC News, 16 September 2008.