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Apple, Google and Facebook face tough competition from China

ft.com — Alphabet, Google's parent company, earlier this month briefly surpassed Apple as the most valuable listed business in the world - at more than $550bn. In the long term, however, both companies may find it hard to hang on to the top spots as dominant
Feb 08, 2016

RT @FT: Attention dominant western tech companies: it's time to watch out for competition from China on.ft.com/1nTGLIo pic.twitter.com/HDvfVSURPo

Feb 09, 2016

1/2 of China has access to web &hundreds of millions yet to go online. US at that level 15 years ago; 90% now online ft.com/cms/s/0/814c1f…

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Are we heading for a crash?

theguardian.com — This episode doesn't smell to me like apocalypse now. But what we are seeing are the structural weaknesses of the post-2008 recovery, and we're getting a glimpse of what a real crash could look like. True, the FTSE is now down over 20% and officially in bear-market territory, where share prices are expected to keep falling.
Jan 29, 2016

Are we heading for a #crash? I contribute along w Aditya @Chakrabortty, Dambisa Mayo, @YanisVaroufakis, @MazzucatoM gu.com/p/4g8hg/stw

Jan 29, 2016

Are we heading for a crash? Here's a variety of views on the matter gu.com/p/4g8hg/stw

Jan 29, 2016

RT @guardianopinion: Are we heading for a crash? | Albert Edwards, Aditya Chakrabortty, Linda Yueh, Ruth Lea, Fred Harrison, Vicky… d.gu.com/KLhXFV

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The Chinese box: the opaque economic borders of the Chinese state

oxrep.oxfordjournals.org — Although the state in China is no longer all encompassing as it had been during the pre-1979 centrally planned period, it still reaches into numerous areas of the economy, notably through its continuing ownership of state-owned enterprises. As a result, China poses a paradox in that it has incomplete property rights and rule of law which are thought to be essential for growth.
Jan 15, 2016

RT @OxrepJournal: China, government and the economy - how far does the Chinese state's reach extend? @lindayueh from our 2011 issue ow.ly/X4vrz

Why China’s Market Crash Is So Unsurprising

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Jan 13, 2016

RT @LBS_Alumni: Why China’s market crash is so unsurprising - Dr @lindayueh @LBS ow.ly/WZrDJ @HarvardBiz

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China’s Growth: A Brief History

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Dec 10, 2015

RT @TimmerFidelity: Get caught up on #China. @lindayueh smartly & succinctly recaps the country’s #economic growth over 30 years. https://t…

Dec 10, 2015

RT @HarvardBiz: A Brief History of China's Growth: Understanding the factors that contribute to its GDP s.hbr.org/1QwF9Pv

Dec 11, 2015

My latest piece on #ChinaGrowth & what needs to be done to sustain it for @HarvardBiz based on my @OUPEconomics book s.hbr.org/1QwF9Pv

Dec 11, 2015

RT @Jen_Dobbin: Challenges for China to reach Economic Superpower says @lindayueh bit.ly/1RHhNr8 Interesting read #China #growth @HarvardBiz

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There’s no such thing as an “optimal” size of the state

blogs.lse.ac.uk — "Unsustainable" is how the Chancellor described the size of the state in Britain in the latest Spending Review and Autumn Statement. A similar description was given by the German Chancellor Angela ...
Nov 27, 2015

RT @LSEforBusiness: There's no such thing as an "optimal" size of the state, by @lindayueh buff.ly/1XvhjnE

Nov 27, 2015

Is UK govt spending "unsustainable"? My latest blog on if there's an optimal size of state: #SR2015 #AutumnStatement blogs.lse.ac.uk/businessreview…

The UK productivity puzzle: The Trojan horse

voxeu.org — The useful Trojan horse of the UK productivity puzzle Linda Yueh The British government has placed productivity at the centre of its economic growth agenda. The UK economy has recovered to pre-Crisis levels, but productivity has noticeably lagged behind. Even if the recent decline in output per worker shouldn't be a huge source of worry, productivity matters for longer-term economic growth.
Nov 25, 2015

RT @geraintjohnes: As if needed,here's a reminder of the importance,on Autumn Statement day,of getting that productivity thing right - voxeu.org/article/uk-pro…

Nov 25, 2015

RT @BaldwinRE: UK GDP/hr 16% lower than expected;only 1/2 explained by persistent factors bit.ly/1NcgBtO @lindayueh

Nov 25, 2015

#SpendingReview #AutumnStatement Growth was policy priority in Budget: My latest piece on the UK productivity agenda voxeu.org/article/uk-pro…

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中国经济增速放缓,冲击全球 - Agenda - 世界经济论坛

agenda.weforum.org — 2008年全球金融危机以来,中国已经逐步成长为世界增长的双引擎之一。而如今中国市场疲软拖累全球股市,大家都在关心中国经济增速放缓对于世界经济到底有多大影响。 ...
Sep 21, 2015

Chinese version of my blog on impact on world economy from a #China slowdown @wef 中国经济增速放缓,冲击全球 - Agenda - 世界经济论坛 agenda.weforum.org/china/2015/09/…

Here’s how to prevent the next China crisis

thetimes.co.uk — This week's market crash hit investors hard. If Beijing gets its way, the next one could be worse China's slowdown is only to be expected for an economy that's reached middle-income status after three decades of astonishing growth.

How a Chinese slowdown will hit global growth

factsandarts.com — by Linda Yueh Fellow in Economics, Oxford University - Adjunct Professor of Economics at London Business School 26.08.2015 As China's markets fall and drag down global equities, the underlying concern is undoubtedly how much a slowdown in the Chinese economy will affect the rest of the world.
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Feb 13, 2016

UK by far the largest #exporter in 1850 (19% of total), still in 1913 (13.7%) but only 10th largest in 2007 (3.2%) voxeu.org/article/world-…

Feb 13, 2016

1800-2007, world #exports grew at an impressive 4.22% annual rate, corresponding to a cumulated 6437-fold increase voxeu.org/article/world-…

Feb 13, 2016

West Texas Intermediate price of crude #oil down to around $30, down from $106 in June 2014 voxeu.org/article/expect…

Feb 13, 2016

#Apple has $203 billion in cash on its balance sheet, 1st ever to cross the $200bn mark; 90% of total held offshore voxeu.org/article/tax-re…

Feb 13, 2016

Research: in US a 10% dollar appreciation has been estimated to result in a fall in US consumer prices of some 0.5% voxeu.org/article/using-…

Feb 13, 2016

Over past 50 years, European equities have delivered an average 6% return each year vs 4.9% for bonds, 0.9% for cash voxeu.org/article/europe…

Feb 13, 2016

Between 2002 and 2010 #SMEs businesses accounted for 99% of all European enterprises & 85% of job creation in the EU voxeu.org/article/europe…


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