Ye Yu

Ye Yu
Biography
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Dr Ye Yu is a former Nonresident Fellow at the Lowy Institute. She is a political economist and Associate Professor at the Institute for World Economy Studies at the Shanghai Institute for International Studies (SIIS), one of China’s leading think tanks. Dr Ye has completed research on the role of China in global economic governance, with a focus on the G20 and the BRICS New Development Bank. She has also worked on the China-US economic relationship and its effects on the global economic order. Dr Ye has a PhD in international trade and investment law from Fudan University. 

G20 Monitor: Towards Hangzhou and Hamburg
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G20 Monitor: Towards Hangzhou and Hamburg
The 21st edition of the G20 Monitor highlights considerations for the G20 ahead of the 4–5 September 2016 G20 Leaders’ Summit in Hangzhou, China. It also canvasses three topics…
G20 Monitor: From Turkey to China - What lies ahead for the G20 in 2016?
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G20 Monitor: From Turkey to China - What lies ahead for the G20 in 2016?
The 17th issue of the G20 Monitor examines the progress made by the 2015 Turkish G20 Presidency and explores potential priority areas for the 2016 Chinese Presidency. Photo: …
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G20 Monitor: The G20’s growth agenda
This issue of the G20 Monitor provides a guide to the policies that G20 members will have to tackle to achieve the G20’s 2 per cent growth target, drawing on the recommendations…
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Think20 2014: Progress report on Australia’s G20 presidency
Leading analysts from influential think tanks from 11 countries across the world provide their interim assessment of the Australian G20 presidency in this report. They all…
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