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Talking Business with Linda Yueh premiered on October 4th. Watch it on BBC World News & BBC News Channel on Fridays at 6:30 PST, 9:30 EST, 14:30 GMT, 15:30 CET, 22:30 HK and repeated over the weekend: Saturdays 00:30 GMT & 20:30 BST (UK); Sundays 12:30 GMT & 18:30 GMT. In the UK, catch it again on BBC iPlayer: bbc.co.uk/talkingbusiness #BBCTalkBiz
I present Business Daily on BBC World Service featuring Paul Krugman versus Joseph Stiglitz on growth & inequality, 22 November 2013.
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.
My suggested books on the Chinese economy: Reading China, Business Strategy Review, London Business School, 23 July 2013.
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 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.
I answered questions on China's growth, BBC News, 13 May 2013.
China's Growth: The Making of an Economic Superpower was published on 11 April 2013.
Podcast of my lecture at London School of Economics and Political Science on my latest book, China's Growth, 21 March 2013.
"Understanding China," Business Strategy Review, London Business School, 7 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.
"What drives China's growth?" National Institute Economic Review No. 223, pp. R4-R15, February 2013.
I review Geomagic CEO Ping Fu's Bend, Not Break for Management Today, February 2013.
"Legal Development, Financial Repression, and Entrepreneurship in a Marketizing Economy," The Chinese Economy, 45(4): 39-82, July-August 2012.
China and Globalisation, my 4 book volume in the Critical Concepts in Economics book series, published in November 2012. 'Edited and introduced by leading experts in the field, Routledge’s Major Works collections are "mini libraries."'
"China's Strategy Towards the Financial Crisis and Economic Reform" in China's Geoeconomic Strategy LSE IDEAS research centre report, May 2012.
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.
"Why China must continue to reform," The European Financial Review, February-March 2012, pp. 54-57.
I gave an interview to Benzinga radio "Attention" on the release of the paperback version of The Economy of China, February 2012.
I review Maonomics by Loretta Napoleoni for Management Today, 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.
"The Chinese box: the opaque economic borders of the Chinese state," Oxford Review of Economic Policy, 27(4), 658-679, Winter 2011.
"The New Energy Order: Managing Insecurities in the 21st Century," Foreign Affairs, 1(89), 61-73, January/February 2010 (with David G. Victor).
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 the Chief Business Correspondent for the BBC and presenter of Talking Business with Linda Yueh. Dr. Yueh is Fellow in Economics at St Edmund Hall, Oxford University, Adjunct Professor of Economics at the London Business School, and Visiting Professor of Economics at Peking University. She also directs the China Growth Centre (CGC) at St. Edmund Hall, University of Oxford, and is an associate of the Centre for Economic Performance (CEP) and IDEAS: International Affairs, Diplomacy & Strategy research centre, both at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). Previously, she was a corporate lawyer at Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison in New York, Beijing & Hong Kong, and Economics Editor at Bloomberg TV in London, where she hosted "Economic Edge".
She serves on the Advisory Board of The Official Monetary and Financial Institutions Forum (OMFIF), and has advised the World Bank, European Commission, Asian Development Bank, World Economic Forum, among many others. Dr. Yueh was Non-Executive Director of the FTSE-listed companies, JPMorgan Asian Investment Trust and Baillie Gifford's Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust; Board member of London & Partners, the official promotion agency of London; and was an advisor to the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC).
Linda's Line is at www.bbc.co.uk/lindayueh.
"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).
"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.
"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.
"The next phase of growth," China Policy Institute blog, University of Nottingham, 4 March 2013.
"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 Review, London 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.