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Prof Ann Lee: The Road to War with China

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Prof Ann Lee thinks that it would be a mistake for America to adopt a cold-war posture toward China. She shared her insights in her new article published in Project Syndicate. American foreign-policy elites increasingly demonize China as a totalitarian state that threatens to overturn the US-led world order. This approach risks damaging the global […]

Prof Ann Lee Spoke at TFWA China Conference

Prof Ann Lee

Prof Ann Lee was invited to speak at the TFWA China Conference in Hainan earlier this month. She shared her insights on the geo-politics between the US and China, and how it would affect the Chinese economy, and the Chinese consumers. The session was very well received. Global ChinaWhile nationalist and protectionist policies gain ground […]

Prof Ann Lee: Will China’s Economy Collapse?

In her new book, “Will China’s Economy Collapse?” Prof Ann Lee addressed a key question that China watchers and economists have been asking for more than two decades. Prof Lee provides a careful analysis of the strengths and weaknesses of China’s economy and discusses why it could be more resilient…contrary to popular belief. Some other major […]

Ann Lee, China expert, speaks at TFWA China Conference on Global China

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China expert Ann Lee, spoke at the TFWA’s China’s Century Conference in Sanya, Haitang Bay last March 6. Ann Lee’s keynote highlight at TFWA: While nationalist and protectionist policies gain ground in the West, is China the last defender of free trade and globalization? How will the current international political climate change how international companies […]

Sattar Bawany: Leadership Lessons of Lee Kuan Yew of Singapore (1923 -2015)

Prof Sattar Bawany shares his insights on the leadership lessons of Lee Kuan Yew of Singapore (1923 -2015).  Introduction “The task of the leaders must be to provide or create for them a strong framework within which they can learn, work hard, be productive and be rewarded accordingly. And this is not easy to achieve.” […]

Ann Lee: “What the US Could Learn From China” Speech

Ann Lee speaks on What the US Could Learn From China…   Ann Lee Book author, a former investment banker and hedge fund partner, Ann Lee is a frequent media commentator on economic issues, finance issues, and U.S.-China relations. Ann is also an adjunct professor of economics and finance at New York University and a former […]

Ann Lee: China-US Economic Relations

The US financial community is closely watching China’s shadow-banking system, concerned whether it will cause China’s financial system to collapse, said Ann Lee, a leading expert on China-US economic relations, for China’s national English-language newspaper ChinaDaily. Ann Lee Book author, a former investment banker and hedge fund partner, Ann Lee is a frequent media commentator […]

Ann Lee: China’s Currency

Ann Lee, a professor of finance and economics at New York University, talks about China’s currency policy in a recent panel interview at Bloomberg. The yuan fell against most of its major counterparts as signs the global economic recovery is gathering momentum and a boost in corporate earnings spurred demand for higher-yielding assets. Ann Lee […]

Ann Lee’s Keynote on China @the Pace CI’s 4th Anniversary Celebration

Ann Lee talked on May 2013 at the Pace CI’s 4th Anniversary Celebration about the spirit of Confucius and how understanding the East more can promote more co-operation between countries, and people. Ann Lee Book author, a former investment banker and hedge fund partner, Ann Lee is a frequent media commentator on economic issues, finance […]

Ann Lee: The future of China-U.S. relations, @ CCTV America

Ann Lee, author of “What the U.S. Can Learn from China”, discusses the future of China-U.S. relations in the interview with CCTV America. Ann Lee Book author, a former investment banker and hedge fund partner, Ann Lee is a frequent media commentator on economic issues, finance issues, and U.S.-China relations. Ann is also an adjunct […]

Ann Lee’s interview on ‘What the US Can Learn from China’@Press TV

Ann Lee was interviewed by the Iranian international news network Press TV on the topic of her book “What the US can learn from China”. Ann talked about some misconceptions about China and also about some lessons that US can learn from China. Ann Lee Book author, a former investment banker and hedge fund partner, […]

Ann Lee Discusses the Differences Between Chinese and American Culture

Ann Lee, professor at NYU and U.S.-China relations media commentator, discusses at CCTV News with Latoya Peterson, contributing editor at theroot.com, the differences between Chinese and American culture. Check out the discussion in the video below… Ann Lee focuses on issues of global economics, finance, and U.S.-China relations. A former investment banker and hedge fund partner, she […]

Ann Lee on Chinese Businesses Overseas Deals

Ann Lee, frequent media commentator on economic issues and author of “What the US can learn from China”, shared her insights on Chinese businesses overseas deals, explicitly on how the Chinese company CNOOC has acquired Canada’s Nexen and what can be further expected regarding the Chinese-North American businesses deals. Check the video for more information… […]

Ann Lee: What the U.S. Can Learn from China

Ann Lee, frequent media commentator on economic issues, provides in the video “What the U.S. Can Learn from China” (video from [email protected]) an honest assessment of China’s political economy and governance structure, analyzing the sources of China’s success and identifying lessons that can be applied by other governments regardless of ideology. Part 1: Part 2: Ann […]

Ann Lee joins China Speakers Agency

We are glad to announce you that Ann Lee, frequent media commentator on economic issues, former investment banker and hedge fund partner, joined us at China Speakers Agency. Please contact us to engage her to speak on issues of global economics, finance, and U.S.-China relations. Ann Lee has been quoted in hundreds of publications and […]