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  • Andrew Batson

    Andrew is the company’s lead analyst of the Chinese economy and manages the Gavekal Dragonomics China research team in Beijing. He has lived and worked in China since 1998, and over the course of a long career as an award-winning journalist and analyst has written hundreds of articles on Chinese business, government, economics and society. Before joining Gavekal in 2011, he was the China economics correspondent for The Wall Street Journal. Andrew was born in (and married in) New Orleans, Louisiana, and has a degree in anthropology from Reed College.

  • Chen Long

    Chen Long is the China economist at Gavekal Dragonomics. As a PBOC watcher, he writes extensively on China’s monetary policy, exchange rate policy, banking system and financial markets. He has been quoted by the Financial Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Reuters and Bloomberg. A native Beijinger, he was educated at Peking University and joined the Beijing office in January 2014.

  • Ernan Cui

    A native of Tianjin, Ernan Cui joined Gavekal's Beijing office in 2013 as an analyst mainly covering consumer issues in China. She previously interned at Standard Chartered and Accenture, and was a part-time researcher at the University of Chicago's Beijing Center. Ernan graduated from Renmin University of China with an MA in economics and a double bachelor’s degree in economics and mathematics.

  • Thomas Gatley

    Thomas covers the Chinese corporate universe from our Beijing office. He joined Gavekal in 2012 after graduating with an MBA from Tsinghua University (Beijing) as valedictorian of his class and a Beijing Government, Tsinghua and Volkswagen scholar. He documented this experience as a guest blogger for the Financial Times. Previously, Thomas spent two years as a Research Associate with MWM Consulting in London. He joined JP Morgan's London-based 'structuring and solutions' team in 2006 as a Financial Analyst after graduating with a first-class honours degree in English Literature from Oxford. Thomas received his CFA charter in 2015, and has an MA with distinction in Medieval History from Birkbeck College, University of London.

  • Tom Miller

    Tom writes about emerging markets, specializing in China and its role in the world. A former journalist, he has reported from a dozen countries in Asia. He has appeared in the Financial Times, Economist, New York Times, Washington Post ​and Wall Street Journal, and on the BBC, CNN and CNBC. Tom holds a first-class degree in English Literature from Oxford, a master's degree in Chinese Studies from the School of Oriental and African Studies in London, and spent two years studying Chinese at universities in Beijing. His first book, China's Urban Billion: The Story Behind the Biggest Migration in Human History, was published in 2012 and he is working on a new book about China's ambitions in Asia. After 14 years in China, Tom now lives in Oxford.

  • Yanmei Xie

    Yanmei Xie writes about China’s politics and policy and their impact on the Chinese and global economy. She was previously a senior analyst at the International Crisis Group, where she analyzed geopolitical flashpoints in the Asia Pacific region and China’s influence in Africa. She has given talks at the European Council, Chatham House, and the Council on Foreign Relations, and has been published in the The Wall Street Journal, Foreign Policy, CNN and FT Chinese. Yanmei also previously worked as a journalist in Washington, covering US national politics and policy. She was educated at the Chinese Foreign Affairs University, and has a master’s degree in mass communications from Miami University and a master’s in finance from George Washington University.

  • Rosealea Yao

    Rosealea Yao is a senior analyst in Gavekal's Beijing office. She joined the firm in 2007. Rosealea focuses on the property sector, heavy industries, state owned enterprises, and other structural issues. Previously, she was employed for four years at the Chinese Institute of CPAs in Beijing. Rosealea studied economics at the University of Manchester, where she earned an MSc degree with distinction and graduated from Renmin University in 1999.