YU Xiang
Non-resident Fellow, CISS, Tsinghua University, China Forum expert and a senior research fellow at China Construction Bank

YU Xiang is National Outstanding Young Scholar, Non-resident Fellow at the Center for International Security and Strategy(CISS), Tsinghua University, China Forum expert, and Senior Research Fellow at China Construction Bank. Prior to current positions, Dr. YU was the Deputy Director of Center for Social and Economic Center, Director of Division of American Economic Studies at the China Institutes of Contemporary International Relations (CICIR). YU supervised the Master Program of study at the China University of International Relations. His expertise covers International economics, China-US trade relations, US economic and monetary policies.

Dr.YU has published several books and dozens of articles. He is the author of Mega trend of US and Europe since the Great Recession 2008-2017 (Chinese financial and Economic Publishing House, 2018), co-author of 2015 American Megatrends (Current Affairs Press, 2016), Strategic and Security Annual Review (Current Affairs Press, from 2011 to 2016), Studies on Ningbo’s Industrial Competitiveness (Chinese financial and Economic Publishing House, 2008), Ningbo’s Economic Pattern (Chinese financial and Economic Publishing House, 2008). He also has published numerous scholarly articles and remarks. His op-ed articles are published or quoted by People's Daily, China Daily, Global Times, International Herald Leader, China-US Focus, South China Morning Post, The Independent (UK), CGTN, Xinhua News Agency Outlook Weekly, Xinhua News Agency Economy & Nation Weekly, China National Defense Journal, The IFENG, Ta Kung Pao, www.zaobao.com, Valdai, The Washington Post, etc. He received interviews with Xinhua News Agency, CCTV, South China Morning Post, Phoenix TV, China Radio International for hundreds of times. 

Dr. YU Xiang received his Ph.D. in Economics from Renmin University of China in 2008. In 2015, he was invited to join the US-China Youth Leaders Dialogue as a Chinese youth leader by Yale University in New Haven. He was invited to be a visiting scholar at Harvard University from 2016 to 2017.