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As Amazon and Alibaba Face Off, Who Will Come Out on Top?
My money is on Alibaba, the massive Chinese e-commerce company that will soon conduct a New York IPO. Here’s why
Forbes, August 25, 2014

Should the Fed be Forced to Follow a Rule for Making Monetary Policy?
Why proposals to make the Fed more accountable to Congress would do more harm than good
Forbes, August 25, 2014

What the US Could Gain and Lose from Monetary Policy Rules
Forbes, August 25, 2014

China’s Growing Grey Market for All That’s Foreign
Forget about those pesky regulations; business is booming for practitioners of ‘haitao’
Foreign Policy, August 20, 2014

Tanks to Nowhere
Why small towns across America are acquiring mine-resistant military vehicles
Forbes, August 19, 2014

Would You Rather Be Rich in a Poor Country Or Poor in a Rich Country?
Which is the better lot in life?
Forbes, August 13, 2014

Unwinding Restrictions Won’t Boost China’s Housing Market for Long
Nikkei Asian Review, August 5, 2014

Expired Meat Scandal Shows ‘X Factors’ Still Abound in China
Nikkei Asian Review, July 31, 2014

Move Over, IMF
The BRICS bank aims to rewrite the rules of development
Foreign Policy, July 11, 2014

China’s Property Market Past Tipping Point
Nikkei Asian Review, July 3, 2014

Is Tesla Motors Overhyped in China?
Nikkei Asian Review, May 13, 2014

What Would Modi Do?
Five things a Modi win will mean for the world’s largest democracy
Foreign Policy, May 12, 2014

11 things to know about world’s biggest election
India’s general election, the largest democratic exercise in history, begins Monday
CNN, April 7, 2014

The Money Matrix
As Chinese consumers show an increasing preference for easy-to-use online financing, what will happen to traditional banks?
Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business Magazine, March 2014

监管新规对阿里巴巴IPO意味着什么?
一系列监管措施是否将压低原本期望极高的IPO估值?
Forbes Chinese, March 26, 2014

Expect Alibaba’s US IPO to be Hot
Ana Swanson, Analyst at JL Warren Capital, estimates Alibaba’s U.S. IPO to be valued at around $180 billion
CNBC, March 25, 2014

What Do New Regulations Mean for the Alibaba IPO?
Will China’s new regulations on internet payment dent Alibaba’s IPO valuation?
Forbes, March 25, 2014

Something Rotten in the State of India
A conversation with Carnegie’s Milan Vaishnav about the troubling persistence of corruption and criminality in Indian politics
Foreign Policy, March 10, 2014

Inside China’s Mistress-Industrial Complex
If you’re pretty and educated, there’s a booming new job market for women—as someone’s mistress. What the increasing number of females entering these relationships means for China’s economy and demographics
Daily Beast, February 4, 2014

Election Q&A: Inside India’s Race to the Polls
India experts discuss the 2014 elections, the largest democratic exercise in human history
Foreign Policy, January 7, 2014

Lightning in a Bubble
Will the Shanghai free trade zone live up to the hype?
Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business Magazine, December 2013

It’s All Politics: The Forgotten Dimension of China’s Economic Reforms
China’s economic reforms set the stage for a creeping political liberalization
Forbes, November 26, 2013

China’s Chilling Crackdown on Due Diligence Companies
The arrest of Peter Humphrey reveals a Chinese government that fears public exposures of corruption
The Atlantic, October 23, 2013

Making it in America
How private Chinese companies are navigating mergers and acquisitions in the US
Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business Magazine, September 2013

Wall Street 101
Junheng Li, author of Tiger Woman on Wall Street, on the merits of analytical thinking
Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business Magazine, September 2013

The Future of Free
Sinaphoto
Companies like Tencent are finding ways to keep their services free
Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business Magazine, June 2013

A hundred flowers bloom
Fit to Print
A clash at an outspoken Chinese paper offers a glimpse into a media system straining at censorship restrictions
China Economic Review, February 2013

Four more years
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With relations growing tenser, are the U.S. and China on a collision course in Asia?
China Economic Review, January 2013

Uneven ground
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China’s yawning income gap poses an unprecedented threat to new leadership
China Economic Review, December 2012

Tough on China
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Obama and Romney are pledging to crack down on China’s purported crimes. Will that really benefit the US?
China Economic Review, November 2012

Race to the bottom
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China’s e-commerce companies wage a war of the balance sheet
China Economic Review, October 2012

The human factor
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How severe is China’s unemployment?
China Economic Review, September 2012

Awash in cash
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How the resurge of state-owned enterprises threatens China’s economy
China Economic Review, August 2012

Moving target
Acr30
How should China stimulate the economy?
China Economic Review, July 2012

Water, water, everywhere
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Desalination is a promising technology, but no panacea for China’s water shortage
China Economic Review, July 2012

Infant industry
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Why Chinese car brands are struggling to compete
China Economy Review, June 2012

Parting the waters
Unknown
China’s coming water crisis poses perhaps the greatest threat to the country’s growth and stability
China Economic Review, April 2012

Spy vs. spy
Hacking
Companies are just beginning to recognize the mounting cyber-based threats to their intellectual property
China Economic Review, March 2012

The year of tactical thinking
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China’s leadership transition carries both promising and unsettling prospects
China Economic Review, February 2012

Research & duplication
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China’s biotech industry still lags behind when it comes to innovation. But that suits the country just fine
China Economic Review, January 2012

Opinion 

Defying gravity
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Banks disguise a worrying increase in bad debt
China Economic Review, January 2013

Pekingology
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The most important division in Chinese politics today is not among top leaders but between them and the country’s other entrenched interests
China Economic Review, November 2012

Confidence game
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Growing pessimism in China could spark a dangerous flight of capital
China Economic Review, October 2012

Flood of numbers
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China’s growth figures deserve a healthy dash of skepticism
China Economic Review, August 2012

Off-kilter
today
The euro zone crisis hints at the unsustainable nature of China’s trade policy
China Economic Review, July 2012

Notes on a scandal
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The Bo Xilai affair shows China’s propaganda machine is growing more sophisticated
China Economic Review, May 2012

Book Review

The naked truth
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“Behind the Red Door” explores the unfamiliar and often contradictory landscape of China’s sexual revolution
China Economic Review, January 2013

Chinese whispers
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Novelist Yu Hua’s history of 10 words in China is a revealing and deeply personal portrait of a complex country
China Economic Review, November 2012

Architect of fortunes
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A new memoir from one of the designers of Obama’s China policy
China Economic Review, July 2012

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