Linda Yueh

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Linda Yueh
Born Taipei, Taiwan
Nationality American/British
Occupation Journalist, author and economist

Linda Yueh is a Taiwan-born journalist[1], author and economist, of dual British and American citizenship,.[2] She is currently Chief Business Correspondent and a Contributing Editor for BBC News as well as presenter of Talking Business with Linda Yueh.[3][4]

Background[edit]

Yueh was born in Taipei, Taiwan and immigrated to the United States when she was five years old[5]. She has a BA from Yale University, a Master of Public Policy from Harvard University, a JD from New York University School of Law and a D.Phil in Economics from Oxford University.[6]

Career[edit]

She has been economics editor for Bloomberg TV and a corporate lawyer resident in New York City, Beijing and Hong Kong.[3]

In April 2013, she became the Chief Business Correspondent for the BBC [4] and maintains a blog on the BBC site.[7]

Academia[edit]

Yueh is an Adjunct Professor of Economics at London Business School,[6] and a Fellow and lecturer in Economics at St Edmund Hall, Oxford University[8] - where she is director of the China Growth Centre (CGC).[9] She is also a Visiting Professor at Peking University and an associate of both the Centre for Economic Performance and IDEAS research centres at the London School of Economics (LSE).[10] She has had several dozen scholarly articles published.[11]

Books[edit]

  • China's Growth: The Making of an Economic Superpower. Oxford University Press.
  • The Economy of China. Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • China and Globalisation: Critical Concepts in Globalisation. Routledge. (editor).
  • Enterprising China: Business, Economic, and Legal Developments since 1979. Oxford University Press.
  • The Law and Economics of Globalisation. Edward Elgar Publishing. (editor).
  • Macroeconomics. Cengage Learning. (co-author).
  • The Future of Asian Trade and Growth: Economic Development with the Emergence of China. Routledge. (editor).
  • Globalisation and Economic Growth in China. Routledge. (co-editor).

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