Linda Yueh

On Application

Specialty Areas

The BBC's favourite commentator on the global economy

Dr. Linda Y. Yueh is on the faculty of the Department of Economics, LSE, and a fellow of Pembroke College, University of Oxford. Active affiliations include the Centre for Economic Performance and Asia Research Centre at LSE. She has become one of the mosr respected speakers on the global economy and the growth of the Chinese economy. She also serves on the Economist Intelligence Unit Executive Briefing Board. Prior to taking up these appointments, she practiced international corporate law while resident in New York, Beijing, and Hong Kong. Her areas of expertise include macroeconomics, globalisation, the Chinese economy, trade and WTO issues, intellectual property rights, corporate governance, international law and economic growth. Her specialty lies in the interaction of international law and the global economic environment. China's economic transformation is an ongoing interest.

Dr. Yueh is Series Editor for the Economic Development and Growth book series for World Scientific and Imperial College Press. Her forthcoming books include Macroeconomics, a textbook focused on the U.S., UK, EU and global economy, The Economy of China, Globalisation in Flux: Legal and Economic Challenges for a Globalising World, and The Future of Asian Trade. Dr. Yueh recently gave testimony before the Treasury Select Committee of the House of Commons, UK Parliament, on the impact of China on the world and UK economy. She is a frequent commentator on the BBC, CNBC, CNN and news magazines, such as Euromoney.

Linda Yueh speaker

Speaker Video

An economic overview for uncertain times

An economic overview for uncertain times

The great economists and pandemics

Other speakers you might like:

Leonie McKeon

You will be surprised, motivated, and entertained by Leonie McKeon, who is a world expert in the interpretation and usage of the 36 Strategies (derived from Sun Tzu, 'The Art of War').

Leonie's presentation will change the way you think about sales, marketing, and leadership forever. You will learn how to skilfully use the 36 Strategies (derived from Sun Tzu, 'The Art of War') in every interaction with your clients and work colleagues. Knowing how to use this tried and tested ancient wisdom will help you smash your KPIs, save time and raise your competitive edge.

Like many people, when Leonie first read 'The Art of War', she questioned its relevance in the contemporary business world. While living in the Greater China Region, among successful business people who use the 36 Strategies every day, she realised that these strategies are the keys to successful sales, crystal clear marketing, and effective leadership.

Leonie is an international author of "The Dao of Negotiation - The Path between Eastern strategies and Western minds", a six-book series. Her books are sold globally in English and are also translated into Indonesian and German.

Leda Glyptis

Leda is a former banker, technology executive with a wealth of experience in delivering digital transformation and solutions for fintech companies and financial institutions.

Nigel Risner

A company turnaround specialist driving everyone from CEOs to school children to ignite excitement and action in their life.

Peter Van Onselen

Peter van Onselen is Network Ten’s political editor and a contributing editor for The Australian. He is also a professor of public policy and politics at the University of Western Australia. Peter hosts The Sunday Project on 10, appears as a panellist on ABC Insiders and writes a weekly column for Perth’s Sunday Times. He has won Walkley and Logie awards for his broadcast journalism on Sky News where he worked for nearly ten years, and a News Award for his feature and opinion writing in the Australia. Dr van Onselen is the author or editor of six books, including a biography of former Prime Minister John Howard, rated by the Wall Street Journal as the best biography of 2007. He has a PhD in political science and a masters of policy studies and a masters of commerce.

Mike Smith

Michael Smith was the China correspondent for The Australian Financial Review. He is currently based in Sydney.

Back to Top