Reforms and the Reshaping of the Global Order
Provides key points on how China can use its new economic leverage to shape its long-term outward investment strategies in Africa and in ASEAN countries.
Proposes short-term and long-term measures to ensure the sustainability and solvency of local public financial institutions in China amid mounting government debt
Assesses China’s latest policies to promote the Renminbi as a world reserve currency amid a global currency war
Analyzes China’s national pension system and labor issues in the wake of President Xi’s sweeping reforms
Economic Leverage: China’s Priorities for the Future
Economic Leverage, the Key to a Rising China’s New Foreign Affairs Strategy
Strategy to Promote the Renminbi as a World Reserve Currency
China’s Pension System
China’s Local Government Debt
Amid Rising Labor Costs, What Is the Future for China’s Labor Bonus?
Shale Gas: Powering China’s Future?
China and the Global Order
Japan’s Stimulus Policy of Brinkmanship
Investment Strategy amid a Global Currency War
How Weighty Are BRICS?
China’s Long-Term Strategy in Africa
ASEAN: A Rising Hot Destination for China’s Outbound Investment
What Is at Stake with Cybersecurity?
Global Impact of the U.S. QE Exit
About the Author
Yifan Hu is Chief Economist and Head of Research at Haitong International in Hong Kong and a Visiting Fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics. She has written columns and articles for The Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, Bloomberg, Reuters, and China Daily, and been interviewed by CNBC, CCTV, and Phoenix TV. Prior to joining Haitong International, Dr. Hu was Chief Economist for CITIC Securities International in Hong Kong, Head of Asian Economics for Natixis in Paris, and Vice President and Strategist for Merrill Lynch in Hong Kong. Before that, Dr. Hu was Assistant Professor at the School of Business and Economics at the University of Hong Kong. Additionally, Dr. Hu has worked with the World Bank and KPMG and she holds a PhD in economics from Georgetown University and a BA (Hons) in economics from Zhejiang University.