China economist, Economist Intelligence Unit
Dr. Yue Su joined The EIU in 2013, initially as a deputy economist. During her time at The EIU she has contributed to several special reports, including the China Going Global Investment Index (2015 & 2017), Prospects and challenges on China’s "One Belt, One Road”: a risk assessment report and China’s supply-side structural reforms: progress and outlook. She has also acted as a consultant or advisor on several commissioned studies in the infrastructure field, such as on public-private partnerships in China and Asia, and is one of the authors of the BRI Quarterly report available to EIU clients.
Before joining The EIU Yue worked as a local government civil servant in China. She holds a BA in Economics from Hunan University, a Masters of Economics from The University of Hong Kong, and a PhD in political economy from the Central Party School/Chinese Academy of Governance.