President of the Hong Kong Institution for International Finance
Apr 03 , 2019
In Washington, DC, a bipartisan consensus about China has emerged: the United States is facing a trade-manipulating, authoritarian intellectual-property thief that represents a strategic threat to the US and its allies and deserves to be punished. But the consensus is wrong. In fact, China deserves recognition, if not appreciation, for its achievements.
Feb 25 , 2019
Trade war benefits no one.
Jan 30 , 2019
While excessive freedom for subnational governments can lead to instability, excessive control can choke off the local-level experimentation and competition that has long driven growth in China.
Nov 27 , 2018
In order to reach high-income status, China will need to overcome four challenges.
Oct 31 , 2018
In launching a trade war against China, America is rejecting openness.
Sep 28 , 2018
In light of growing uncertainty toward the neoliberal economic infrastructure, Chinese economic reforms could defuse the tension threatening this system.
Aug 29 , 2018
By rejecting old theories and embracing competition among its cities, China is creating domestic demand that can fuel its future development.
Jun 26 , 2018
The economic inequality in America is pulling apart its social fabric.
May 30 , 2018
The only way to mitigate the risks that China faces is with a tough, continuous, and comprehensive reform strategy.
May 18 , 2018
The rise of cryptocurrencies has created a unique opportunity for market forces to spearhead a shift toward a truly neutral reserve asset.