Hans Yue Zhu

Hans Yue Zhu

Hans Yue Zhu is a research assistant at the Yale Jackson Institute for Global Affairs, focusing on public policy and development economics. His research centres on China's economic development and reform, with specific focus on its state-owned enterprises.

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Opinion | Forget decoupling. The US and China are better together

The businesses, livelihoods and people that make up the deep and strong bilateral relationship will only be hurt by decoupling. That bilateral trade grew despite US-China tensions is proof of the ties that bind.

15 Oct 2020 - 12:36PM

The businesses, livelihoods and people that make up the deep and strong bilateral relationship will only be hurt by decoupling. That bilateral trade grew despite US-China tensions is proof of the ties that bind.

Forget decoupling. The US and China are better together
The View | China’s banking debt crisis is a ticking time bomb that must be defused with urgent financial-sector reforms

The spate of bank rescues from Baoshang to HengFeng is only the tip of the iceberg as slowing economic growth unearths more bad loans. The monetary fixes of the 1990s do not work without hypergrowth. The only solution? Unflinching banking-sector reforms.

2 Jan 2020 - 3:45AM

The spate of bank rescues from Baoshang to HengFeng is only the tip of the iceberg as slowing economic growth unearths more bad loans. The monetary fixes of the 1990s do not work without hypergrowth. The only solution? Unflinching banking-sector reforms.

China’s banking debt crisis is a ticking time bomb that must be defused with urgent financial-sector reforms
Opinion | With US trade war, China’s long-running economic reforms have been thrown a spanner in the works

China has been trying to rein in debt, correct the public-private imbalance and spur consumption-led growth. The real danger of the trade war is it risks distracting policymakers from their focus on such structural reform.

29 Jul 2019 - 5:21AM

China has been trying to rein in debt, correct the public-private imbalance and spur consumption-led growth. The real danger of the trade war is it risks distracting policymakers from their focus on such structural reform.

With US trade war, China’s long-running economic reforms have been thrown a spanner in the works