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If China’s economy sneezes, the world economy catches a cold. Anyone with a stake in the global economy, from commodity prices to capital flows, must understand China’s trajectory and how economic decisions are made in Beijing today.

This is why we launched “MacroPolo Econ: Houze’s Two Fen”, an inbox-only research product written by Houze Song, who is the Research Fellow and Economist at MacroPolo. Moving forward, the newsletter will cover Houze’s research insights about the Chinese economy on a regular basis.

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About the Author

Houze Song is a Research Fellow at the Paulson Institute, where he works primarily on the Institute’s think tank activities. He previously worked as a researcher at the Columbia Global Center (East Asia). Before that, he worked as a research manager at the Unirule Institute, where he assisted the chairman Mao Yushi with research and project management. He holds an MA in quantitative methods and an MPA in international economics, both from Columbia University, and a BA in economics from Peking University. His insights are regularly cited by the Wall Street Journal, The Economist, and other news outlets.

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Welcome to “MacroPolo Econ: Houze’s Two Fen,” where economist Houze Song will send you research insights about the Chinese economy on a regular basis.