Dr. Linda Yueh
Linda Yueh is Fellow in Economics at St. Edmund Hall, University of Oxford and Adjunct Professor of Economics at the London Business School. She is an Associate of the Centre for Economic Performance and IDEAS: International Affairs, Diplomacy & Strategy research centre, both at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), a Fellow of The Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts (RSA), and Member of the Bar of New York State in the U.S.
Contact details: St. Edmund Hall, University of Oxford, Queens Lane, Oxford OX1 4AR, UK. Telephone: +44 (0)1865 279023. Fax: +44 (0)1865 279090. E-mail: email@example.com. Website: www.lindayueh.com.
Research and professional interests: Research areas include economic development and growth, and law and economics, with a focus on global issues and the economy of China. The UK and global economies as well as the rise of emerging markets are among current professional interests.
New research centre: I am the Director of the China Growth Centre (CGC) at St Edmund Hall, University of Oxford, which is focused on researching economic and legal/institutional issues of importance to China and the world.
Highlighted podcast: The Credit Crunch and Global Recession – A podcast series about the credit crunch and global recession featuring Oxford academics. This series will examine how the current crisis developed, analyse market and government responses to it, and look at what might happen next. Our discussions can also be downloaded via Oxford University’s iTunes website: http://itunes.ox.ac.uk/.
China’s Growth, Oxford University Press, forthcoming.
China and Globalisation: Critical Concepts in Economics, Routledge, forthcoming. Purchase information can be found at Amazon.
The Future of Asian Trade and Growth: Economic Development with the Emergence of China, editor, Routledge, 2009. This edited volume assesses the emergence of China and the impact that it has on the Asian region’s growth prospects. In particular, it examines trade and the export-led growth model that has propelled Asia into a manufacturing centre for the world. The China effect is assessed in terms of a poor, middle income and large emerging country in the region as well as with respect to the United States and Europe. Details and purchase information can be found here from the publisher’s website or from Amazon.
The Law and Economics of Globalisation -- This edited volume published in 2009 comprises a set of papers examining the cutting-edge legal, economic and cross-disciplinary issues surrounding globalisation and the challenges of the 21st century. Purchase information can be found here or from Amazon.
Macroeconomics -- A macroeconomics textbook covering the UK, U.S., EU, and global economy, co-authored with Graeme Chamberlin. Details and purchase information can be found here on the publisher's website or from Amazon.
Globalisation and Economic Growth in China (co-edited with Yang Yao, China Center for Economic Research, Beijing University) was published in 2006. The book covers the growth prospects for China, and the wider global impact of China's rise. Purchase information can be found here or from Amazon.
Economic Growth and Developmet -- I serve as Series Editor for the book series published by Routledge. In starting this series, we intend to publish a set of monographs and edited volumes covering topical theoretical and empirical issues in the growth and development field. Please send me an email for instructions for submitting a book proposal.
Short articles: "Why China must continue to reform," The European Financial Review, February-March 2012, pp. 54-57; "Self-made in China," article for the Royal Society for the Arts (RSA) Journal, Summer 2011, "China and the Global Financial Crisis: Responses and Outlook," The China Review, 50, pp. 23-25, Summer 2010; "A Stronger China," International Monetary Fund (IMF) Finance & Development, 47(2), 8-11, June 2010 (PDF version of article found here); "An International Approach to Energy Security," Global Policy, 1(2), pp. 216-7, May 2010; “China and the Global Financial Crisis,” in QFinance, October 2009; "Counting on China," in 'The G20 Summit: Growth, Stability, Jobs' publication, April 2009, pp. 54-55; “China’s Productivity Challenge,” Business Strategy Review, Vol. 20, Issue 1, pp. 68-71, Spring 2009. "The Chinese Entrepreneur," Business Strategy Review, Vol. 19, Issue 2, Summer 2008; "Reflections on the EU-China Economic Relationship," in the Social Europe Journal, volume 3, issue 3, Spring 2008; "The China Effect," (with Anthony J. Venables), CentrePiece, The Magazine of the Centre for Economic Performance, Autumn 2006, which analyses the global economic impact of China's growth; "Economic Growth and Poverty Reduction in China," The Philosophers' Magazine, 2006; "China's Challenges," LSE Magazine, Winter 2005, covering the evolution of China in 2006 and beyond; “New Challenges for Marketing,” Market Leader, Spring 2005, covering China's emerging market. A letter to the editor, "Hong Kong's Challenge," can be found in the March 2005 edition of Management Today. "China and India: Comparative Perspectives," Analyst, Special Annual Issue, December 2004. "Is China's Reform Agenda on Track?" (with a focus on financial and banking sector reforms), Emerging Markets, 2 October 2004. The First Fifty Years: A Celebration of Trade Between the People's Republic of China and the United Kingdom, in which Howard Davies and I wrote the keynote chapter in a bilingual (English and Chinese) volume published by Haymarket Publishing in July 2004. "China Dreams," (with Howard Davies), Management Today, March 2004. "Chinese Economy: Emerging Challenges," Analyst, December 2003.
Media: Recent commentaries and interviews can be found here.
Online course: New Economic Powers: A course created for Oxford University's Department for Continuing Education. "In the global economy of the 21st century, Brazil, Russia, India, and China (BRIC) are suddenly emerging as major players, shaking up the existing order, and generating waves of uncertainty around the world. Will the U.S., Japan, and Europe be surpassed by these new economic powers? How did these countries achieve their success? Will that success last? What lessons can be learned from their strategies? And how will the world be reshaped by their emergence?" The course runs three times a year and enrolment information can be found here.
“Why has China Grown So Fast? The Role of International Technology Transfers,” Department of Economics Working Paper 592, January 2012; also CEP Discussion Paper DP1121 (with John Van Reenen).
"The Chinese box: the opaque economic borders of the Chinese state," Oxford Review of Economic Policy, 27(4), 658-679, Winter 2011.
"Does Incorporation Improve Firm Performance?" Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, 73(6), 753-770, December 2011 (with Xiao Mei Li).
"Re-balancing China: Linking Internal and External Reforms," Asian Economic Papers, 10(2), 87-111, 2011 (also published as Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research (SIEPR) Discussion Paper 441, Stanford University, pp. 1-38, May 2011).
"China and the UK: Changing Patterns of International Trade and Investment," Economic and Labour Market Review, 5(5), 26-45, May 2011 (with Graeme Chamberlin).
Book review, China’s Monetary Challenges: Past Experiences & Future Prospects, by Richard C.K. Burdekin, Economica, 78(331), 585-6, July 2011.
“The Relationship between Law and Economic Growth in China” in Reform and Development in China: What can China Offer the Developing World, Yang Yao and Ho-Mou Wu, editors, London: Routledge, Chapter 10, 187-223, August 2010.
"The U.S., China and Global Imbalances," China Economic Journal, 3(1), 33-48, 2010.
"Accounting for China's Labour Productivity Growth in the 2000s," CGC Discussion Paper Series No. 1, China Growth Centre (CGC), St Edmund Hall, University of Oxford, pp. 1-65, June 2010.
"Thirty Years of Legal and Economic Reforms in China: Growth, Institutions, and Laws," Journal of Chinese Economic and Business Studies, 8(2), 117-32, 2010.
Book review, Inequality and Growth in China, edited by Guanghua Wan, Pacific Affairs, 83(2), 375-6, 2010.
"The New Energy Order: Managing Insecurities in the 21st Century," Foreign Affairs, 1(89), 61-73, January/February 2010 (with David G. Victor).
“From the Great Moderation to the Global Financial Crisis: Emerging Markets and Reforming the International Economic System,” The Whitehead Journal of Diplomacy and International Relations, X(2), 39-63, 2009.
“Self-employment in Urban China: Networking in a Transition Economy,” China Economic Review, 20(3), 471-484, 2009.
Book reviews, How China Grows: Investment, Finance, and Reform, by James Riedel, Jing Jin and Jian Gao, and Assessing the Extent of China’s Marketization, by Xiaoxi Li, ed., Economica, 76(303), 599-601, 2009.
“Law, Finance and Economic Growth in China: An Introduction,”
World Development, 37(4),
753-762, 2009 (with Yang Yao).
"China's Entrepreneurs," World Development, 37(4), 778-786, 2009 (University of Oxford, Department of Economics, Discussion Paper No. 324, April 2007).
"Perspectives on China's Growth: Prospects and Wider Impact," in China, India and Beyond: Drivers and Limitations of Development, N. Dinello and S. Wang, eds., Edward Elgar Global Development Network Series Volume 4, 2009.
Book review, Multinationals and Economic Growth in East Asia: Foreign Direct Investment, Corporate Strategies and National Economic Development, by Shujiro Urata, Chia Siow Yue and Fukunari Kimura, eds., Economica, 76(301), 213-214, 2009.
“Competition or Segmentation in China’s Urban Labour Market?" Cambridge Journal of Economics, 33(1), 79-94, 2009 (with John Knight) (“Urban Insiders and Rural Outsiders: Complementarity or Competition in China's Urban Labour Market?" University of Oxford, Department of Economics, Discussion Paper No. 217, Oxford, UK, December 2004).
“How Productive is Chinese Labour? The Contributions of Labour Market Reform, Globalisation and Competition,” University of Oxford, Department of Economics Discussion Paper No. 418, December 2008.
"Economic Integration in Asia: European Perspectives" in Asian Regional Economic Integration from the Viewpoint of Spatial Economics, M. Fujita and A. Kuchiki, eds., Edward Elgar, Chapter 6, pp. 143-172, 2008 (with A.J. Venables and L. Alan Winters) (JETRO Institute of Developing Economies, Joint Research Program Series No. 138, pp. 45-71).
“The Role of Social Capital in the Labour Market in China,” Economics of Transition, 16(3), 389-414, 2008 (with John Knight) (University of Oxford, Department of Economics, Discussion Paper No. 121, Oxford, UK, October 2002).
"Do Social Networks Increase Labour Supply Elasticity?" Applied Economics Letters, 15(1), 5-10, 2008.
"The Rise of China," Irish Studies in International Affairs, 18, 35-43, 2007.
"Global Intellectual Property Rights and Economic Growth," Northwestern Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property, 5(3), 436-448, 2007.
“Economic Growth with the Advent of International Economic Law: Implications for Emerging Economies,” in Emerging Economies and the Transformation of International Business: Brazil, Russia, India and China, Subhash C. Jain, editor, Edward Elgar Publishing Limited, 2007.
“China’s Competitiveness, Intra-industry and Intra-regional Trade in Asia,” in Globalisation and Economic Growth in China, Yang Yao and Linda Yueh, eds., World Scientific Publishing, 2006.
“China’s Economic Reforms in the Globalisation Era,” in Globalisation and Economic Growth in China, Yang Yao and Linda Yueh, eds., World Scientific Publishing, 2006 (with Justin Yifu Lin and Yang Yao).
Book Review, Unemployment in Asia, edited by John Benson and Ying Zhu, Asian-Pacific Economic Literature, 20(2), 85-86, 2006.
Book Review, Institutions in Transition: Land Ownership, Property Rights and Social Conflict in China by Peter Ho, Asian-Pacific Economic Literature, 20(2), 84-85, 2006.
"Parental Investment in Children's Human Capital in Urban China," Applied Economics, 38(18), 2089-2111, 2006 (“A Model of Parental Investment in Children's Human Capital," Research Paper No. 15, ESRC Centre on Skills, Knowledge and Organisational Performance (Skope), Oxford and Warwick Universities, UK, Spring 2001).
“Social Capital, Unemployment and Women’s Labour Market Outcomes in Urban China,” in Unemployment, Inequality and Poverty in Urban China, Li Shi and Hiroshi Sato, eds., Routledge Studies on the Chinese Economy, 2006.
“Job Mobility of Residents and Migrants in Urban China,” (with John Knight), Journal of Comparative Economics, 32(4), 637-660, 2004 (Discussion Paper No. 163, Department of Economics, University of Oxford, UK, June 2003). Reprinted in Unemployment, Inequality and Poverty in Urban China, Li Shi and Hiroshi Sato, eds., RoutledgeCurzon, 2006.
“China's Economic Growth with WTO Accession: Is it Sustainable?” in Chinese Economy: Issues and Perspectives, N. Janardhan Rao, editor, ICFAI University Press, 2004 (Asia Programme Working Paper No. 1, The Royal Institute of International Affairs, London, UK, May 2003).
“An Investment Model of Social Capital with Empirical Application to Women's Labour Market Outcomes in Urban China,” in Economic Policy Analysis: China's Experience with Urban Unemployment, Poverty and Income Inequality, in Li Shi and Hiroshi Sato, eds., China Economic and Finance Publishers, 2004 (in Chinese).
“A Labour Market in Motion? Job Mobility in Urban China,” (with John Knight) in Economic Policy Analysis: China's Experience with Urban Unemployment, Poverty and Income Inequality, in Li Shi and Hiroshi Sato, eds., China Economic and Finance Publishers, 2004 (in Chinese).
“The Role of Social Capital in the Labour Market in China,” (with John Knight) in Economic Policy Analysis: China's Experience with Urban Unemployment, Poverty and Income Inequality, in Li Shi and Hiroshi Sato, eds., China Economic and Finance Publishers, 2004 (in Chinese).
“Chinese Economy: Emerging Challenges,” in Financial Markets: Emerging Scenario, N. Janardhan Rao, editor, ICFAI University Press, 2004. Reprinted in Chinese Economy: Issues and Perspectives, N. Janardhan Rao, editor, ICFAI University Press, 2004. Reprinted in China and India: Emerging Global Powers, N. Janardhan Rao, editor, Hyderabad: The ICFAI University Press, 2005.
“The O.J. Simpson Trial: Who Was Improperly 'Playing the Race Card'?” (with A. Leon Higginbotham, Jr. and Aderson Bellegarde François) in Birth of a Nation'hood: Gaze, Script, and Spectacle in the O.J. Simpson Case, Toni Morrison and Claudia Brodsky Lacour, eds., Pantheon, 1997. Reprinted as “Race and the O.J. Simpson Trial,” in F. Michael Higginbotham, Race Law, Carolina Academic Press, 2001, pp. 465-471; second edition, 2005.
Referee for Asian Economic Journal, British Journal of Sociology, China Economic Review, Economic Development and Cultural Change, Economic Issues, Economics of Transition, Journal of Comparative Economics, Journal of Economic Studies, Journal of International Development, Journal of International Trade and Economic Development, Journal of Political Economy, Journal of Population Economics, Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, Oxford Development Studies, Oxford Economic Papers, POLITICS, Problems of Post-Communism
'CEO Compensation, Firm Governance and Firm Performance: Evidence from China and Policy Implications,' conference organised by National Institute of Economic and Social Research (NIESR), Zhejiang University and supported by ESRC and NSFC, Hangzhou, China, 21 April 2012.
"China's Challenges: Building a Modern, Harmonious and Creative High Income Society" Conference organised by the World Bank and the Development Research Center (DRC) of the State Council of China, Beijing, China, 3 September 2011.
"Re-balancing China and the World," invited paper at "China in the World" Conference on Chinese Policy Reform jointly organised by the Stanford Center for International Development (SCID), National Center for Economic Research at Tsinghua University, and the National Institute for Fiscal Studies at Tsinghua University, held at Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, 21-22 March 2011.
‘Pathways to Sustainable Growth after the Crisis: The role of Asia?’ Policy Network Foresight Project with the Alfred Herrhausen Society and the International Forum of Deutsche Bank, London, UK, 6 December 2010.
International Financial Services Summit 2010, organised by KPMG and included Patrick Honohan, Irish Central Bank Governor, Duncan Neiderauer, CEO of the NYSE, Gillian Tett of the FT, among others, Dublin, Ireland, 10 November 2011.
"Re-balancing China and the World," invited paper at "China in the World" Conference on Chinese Policy Reform jointly organised by the Stanford Center for International Development (SCID), National Center for Economic Research at Tsinghua University, and the National Institute for Fiscal Studies at Tsinghua University, held at Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, 28-29 October 2010.
"Re-balancing China and the World," invited paper at the Asian Economic Panel semi-annual meeting for the Asian Economic Papers journal organised by The Earth Institute at Columbia University, the 21st Century Global Center at Keio University, the Korea Institute for International Economic Policy (KIEP) and the Global Economy and Development Program at the Brookings Institution, held at Keio University, Tokyo, Japan, 11-12 September 2010.
"Rebalancing and Sustaining the PRC’s Growth" ADB (Asian Development Bank) project workshop at the China Center for Economic Research (CCER), National School of Government, Peking University, Beijing, China, 31 May-2 June 2010.
International Seminar on the Direction and Policy Orientation of the 12th Five Year Plan of the People's Republic of China, organised by the National Development and Reform Commission and Asian Development Bank, Beijing, China, 19 January 2010.
“U.S., China and Global Imbalances,” invited paper at ‘Trade and Industry in Asia Pacific: History, Trends and Prospects,' conference organised by The Arndt-Corden Division of Economics at the Australian National University (ANU) and The School of Economics and Finance, La Trobe University (LTU), ANU, Canberra, Australia, 19-20 November 2009.
“Catching Up: Productivity and Technology Transfers in China,” seminar jointly organised by the China Economic and Business Program and the Arndt-Corden Division of Economics, Australian National University (ANU), 18 November 2009.
2009 Beijing Forum, Economics Sub-forum on 'The Financial Crisis: Challenges and Responses," invited speaker at this annual forum organised by the National School of Government and China Center for Economic Research (CCER) at Peking University and the Beijing Government, Beijing, China, 6-8 November 2009.
"China and the World Economy: One Year After the Crisis," invited plenary speaker, 3rd annual Geneva China Dialogue: 'China and Global Sustainable Recovery: International Trade, New Energy, and Low Carbon Cities,' International Centre fror Trade and Sustainable Development (ICTSD), Geneva, Switzerland, 26-28 October 2009.
"How Productive is Chinese Labour? The Contributions of Labour Market Reforms, Competition and Globalisation," invited paper at the 4th annual CARIS (Centre for the Analysis of Regional Integration at Sussex) conference on regionalism at the University of Sussex, organised with the World Bank and the Swiss NCCR Trade Centre, Brighton, UK, 14-15 September 2009.
“The Impact of the Global Financial Crisis on Domestic and Regional Stability,” invited speaker at the International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS) and Japanese Institute of International Affairs (JIIA) Forum on ‘Global Strategic Challenges as Played out in Asia,’ Tokyo, Japan, 1-3 June 2009.
“China’s Role in the Financial Crisis,” paper presentation at ‘Financial Stability and Transmission of Credit Risk’ workshop held by Essex Business School and the Money, Macro and Finance (MMF) Research Group, Centre for Empirical Research, Brunel University, London, UK, 21 May 2009.
“Chinese Firms and the Quest for Sustainable Competitive Advantage,” panelist at ‘The People’s Republic ahead of Its 60th Anniversary: Can China Become the Engine for World Economic Growth?’ conference organised by University of Oxford China Centre and Standard Chartered Bank, London, UK, 18 May 2009.
“India and China – Global Partners or Rivals?” invited speaker at the Commonwealth Journalists Association (UK) event with Lord Meghnad Desai (chair), Gurcharan Das and Jenny Clegg, House of Commons, UK Parliament, London, UK, 13 May 2009.
“The International Symposium on the Government Regulation of Occupations” invited discussant at the British Journal of Industrial Relations and Centre for Economic Performance Symposium, London School of Economics, 12-13 March 2009.
“The Dragon Arises: Chinese women and the emergence of China on the World Stage,” Invited keynote speaker, ‘Chinese Women, Thinking Globally: Acting Locally’ National Conference, International Women's Week, Hosted by Wai Yin Chinese Women Society to celebrate their 20th anniversary, Manchester, UK, 3 March 2009.
British Council’s ‘Going Global 3 Conference,’ UK’s International Education Conference, Invited panellist, “The global credit crunch: boom or bust for international education?” London, UK, 5 December 2008.
“China in the Global Trade and Climate Context,” Invited speaker, 2008 ICTSD (International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development) Geneva China Dialogue Series on ‘Post Kyoto, Post Doha: China, Trade and Climate Change,’ Geneva, Switzerland, 27-28 November 2008.
“Africa and China the Road Ahead…,” Invited closing plenary speaker, ‘Going for growth; can commodities transform development in Africa and China?’ conference jointly organised by the Foreign Policy Centre and the Open University in association with Lovells, London, UK, 21 November 2008.
Inaugural Summit on the Global Agenda, World Economic Forum in partnership with the Government of Dubai, exclusively for Members of the Network of Global Agenda Councils, Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE), 7-9 November 2008.
"The Relationship between Law and Economic Growth in China," paper presentation at 'Thirty Years of Reform and Development: What Can China Offer the Developing World?' conference organised by China Center for Economic Research (CCER) at Peking University, Ministry of Finance of the People’s Republic of China, the Asian Development Bank, and the China Economic Research Center at the Stockholm School of Economics, at CCER, Beijing, China, 25-26 October 2008.
“How Productive is Chinese Labour? The Contributions of Labour Market Reform, Competition and Globalisation,” paper presented at the conference on The Microeconomic Drivers of Growth in China, organised by the University of Oxford and China Center for Economic Research (CCER), Beijing University, held at St. Edmund Hall, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK, 29-30 September 2008.
“India and China: how will Europe fare in the competitiveness stakes?” Invited speaker on ‘China, India and Europe: Who are the Winners and Losers?’ panel at the Wilton Park British-German Forum 2008: Facing the New Global Realities? How should Europe Respond? Wiston House, UK, 10 July 2008.
“The Law and Economics of Entrepreneurship in China’s Marketising Economy,” Research Symposium on The Economics and Law of the Entrepreneur, Searle Center on Law, Regulation, and Economic Growth, Northwestern University School of Law, Chicago, IL, USA, 18-19 June 2008.
“Patent Laws and Innovation in China,” paper presentation at ‘Confronting the Challenge of Technology for Development: Experiences from the BRICS,’ Sanjaya Lall Programme for Technology and Management for Development (SLPTMD) and UNIDO, Department of International Development, Queen Elizabeth House, University of Oxford, 29-30 May 2008.
"Institutions and China's Economic Growth," paper presentation at the Second Annual All China Economics (ACE) International Conference, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China, 12-14 December 2007.
"Laws, Institutions, Social Capital and Economic Development," Invited keynote speaker, Global Development: Science and Policies for the Future, IIASA Conference 2007/35th Anniversary conference, Vienna, Austria, 14-15 November 2007.
Invited speaker, International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development (ICTSD), Geneva China Trade and Sustainable Development Series, 'High Level Dialogue on the Role of China in Global Trade Governance: Developing Countries and Sustainable Development,' Geneva, Switzerland, 29-30 October 2007.
“Self-Employment in China: Networking in a Transition Economy,” paper presentation at the 6th International Conference on the Chinese Economy, ‘Is China’s Development Sustainable?’ University of Auvergne, CERDI-IDREC, Clermont-Ferrand, France, 18-19 October 2007.
“China and the World,” Invited speaker, Inaugural Annual Meeting of the New Champions – From Davos to Dalian, World Economic Forum and The National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) of China, Dalian, China, 4-8 September 2007.
"The Short View: Chinese Breakneck Growth, Still Time to Slam on the Brakes?" Invited speaker at 'China: Boom, Gloom or Doom?' OECD seminar held by the OECD Development Centre and the Emerging Markets Network (EmNet), Paris, France, 6 July 2007.
“Law in China's Transition,” Paper for a panel on ‘Market Transition in China,” at the 11th Annual Conference on Comparative Institutional Analysis: Economics, Politics and Law, International Society for New Institutional Economics, University of Iceland, Reykjavik, Iceland, 21-23 June, 2007.
"Technological Drivers of BRIC Economies: Public Versus Private Sector Control," Invited speaker at 'Of BRICs & Mortar: Technological Drivers in Booming Economies,' Northwestern Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property Second Annual Symposium, Chicago, IL, USA, 13 April 2007.
“How Sustainable is China’s Economic Growth?” Invited speaker, Stockholm China Forum, German Marshall Fund, the STINT Foundation, the Bank of Sweden Tercentenary Foundation, and the Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs, Stockholm, Sweden, 18-20 March 2007.
"Prospects and Challenges of Asian Development," Invited keynote speaker at 'Shaping a New Global Reality: The Rise of Asia and its Implications,' The Eighth Annual Global Development Conference of the Global Development Network, Beijing, China, 14-16 January 2007.
“Does Creating Wealth Cost the Earth?” Invited panellist with Richard Chartres, Bishop of London and the Church of England's spokesperson on the Environment; Sir David King, Chief Scientific Adviser to H. M. Government; Satish Kumar Jain, ecologist and founder of Schumacher College; Tim Smit, founder and Chief Executive of the Eden Project, St. Paul’s Institute, St. Paul’s Cathedral, London, UK, 7 November 2006.
"Economic Growth and Poverty Reduction in China," Lecture at World Poverty and the Duty of Assistance Conference, Forum for European Philosophy in cooperation with the Department of Philosophy at the LSE and UNESCO, Social and Human Sciences Section, LSE, UK, 27 June 2006.
"Innovation, Intellectual Property and Foreign Direct Investment in China," Conference paper for 'China and the World Economy' Conference, Leverhulme Centre for Research on Globalisation and Economic Policy, School of Economics, Nottingham University, Nottingham, UK, 23-24 June 2006.
"China and East Asia: Temporary or Structural Divergence?" Invited speaker at 'Constructive Mésentente? Franco-British views on Europe’s Global Role,' A cross-Channel conference organized by Maison Francaise d’Oxford, the European Studies Centre, Oxford University, and Sciences Po, Paris, St. Antony's College, Oxford, UK, 12-13 May 2006.
“Trading Partners,” Invited speaker, ‘Downing Street Seminar Series on China and Britain,’ The Smith Institute with The China Media Centre, University of Westminster, held at 11 Downing Street, London, UK, 1 February 2006.
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