Danny Quah is a Professor of Economics and International Development and Director of the Saw Swee Hock Southeast Asia Centre at the London School of Economics. He earned his PhD in Economics from Harvard.
His academic research is extensive and includes many articles dealing with economics and econometrics. He also regularly publishes on his blog where he writes on the rise of the East, the Chinese economy, and other aspects of the rise of China as a global economic power.
“Is China’s Collapse Finally at Hand?,” Asia House UK. 19 January 2016
“Cross-country growth comparison: Theory to empirics,” in Proceedings of the Twelfth World Congress of the International Economic Association, Buenos Aires, vol. 1, Jacques Dreze (ed.), Macmillan, 2001
“The Simple Arithmetic of China’s Growth Slowdown.” Brookings Future Development. 18 February 2015