Linda Yueh

Adjunct Professor of Economics

BA (Yale) MPP (Harvard) JD (NYU, School of Law) DPhil (Oxford)

Linda Yueh is Adjunct Professor of Economics at the London Business School and Fellow in Economics at St Edmund Hall, Oxford University. She was Visiting Professor at the IDEAS research centre, the foreign policy research centre at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), and Visiting Professor of Economics at Peking University. She serves on the Advisory Board of LSE IDEAS and on the Policy Committee of the Centre for Economic Performance (CEP) at LSE. 

She is Executive Chair of the Royal Commonwealth Society and a Non-Executive Director of three FTSE 100 companies as well as the Chair of an investment company. She was Co-Chair of the Global Cities Business Alliance (GCBA) and a Board member of London & Partners – the official promotion agency for London. She was a member of the Independent Review Panel on Ring-Fencing and Proprietary Trading of the UK Treasury and an Adviser to the UK Board of Trade. She has been an advisor to the World Bank, European Commission, Asian Development Bank, World Economic Forum at Davos, and the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), among others.

Dr Yueh has published widely and is the author of a dozen books, including: The Great Crashes: Lessons from Global Meltdowns and How to Prevent Them, The Great Economists: How Their Ideas Can Help Us Today, What Would the Great Economists Do? How Twelve Brilliant Minds Would Solve Today’s Biggest Problems (US edition of The Great Economists), China's Growth: The Making of an Economic Superpower, and Enterprising China: Business, Economic, and Legal Development since 1979. Her textbook, Macroeconomics, co-authored with Graeme Chamberlin, is a recommended text of the UK Government Economic Service. She is also the Editor of the Routledge Economic Growth and Development book series.


  • Global economy
  • Economic growth and development
  • International law and economics
  • China’s economy
  • Emerging markets


Can we rebuild the economic consensus?

Yueh L

Global Perspectives 2020 Vol 1:1 p 13909


6 trends to look out for in 2019

Erickson T; Cable D; Birkinshaw J; Savva N; Yueh L; Jolly R

London Business School Review 2019 January


The evolution of market reforms

Yueh L

in Weiping Wu and Mark Frazier, eds, The SAGE Handbook of Contemporary China, London: SAGE, 2018


Britain's economic outlook after Brexit

Yueh L

Global policy 2017 Vol 8:S4 p 54-61

Chinese Economic Policy

Yueh L

in Sandy Maisel, ed., Oxford Bibliographies in Political Science, New York: Oxford University Press

What worries leaders?

Peterson R S; Yueh L; Ibarra H; Vermeulen F

London Business School Review 2017


Globalization and growth: the case of China

Yueh L

in Belka M, et al, Boosting European Competitiveness: the Role of CESEE Countries, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar 2016

The law and growth nexus in China

Yueh L

in Garrick J and Bennett Y C, eds., China's Socialist Rule of Law Reforms Under Xi Jinping, London: Routledge

What to expect in 2017

Jolly R; Markides C; Mullins J; Pillutla M; Yueh L

London Business School Review 2016 December


The China effect: how the emergence of China affects the global economy, export-led growth models and relations with the United States

Yueh L

in Yueh, L (ed.), The Future of Asian Trade and Growth: Economic Development with the Emergence of China, London: Routledge

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