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- no137https://dts.podtrac.com/redirect.mp3/traffic.libsyn.com/secure/hiddenforces/Ep.137_Michael_Pettis_Regular_Episode_5-18-20.mp3https://dts.podtrac.com/redirect.mp3/traffic.libsyn.com/secure/hiddenforces/8_Hightlight_Reel_-_Sectoral_Balances__Michael_Pettis.mp3https://hiddenforces.io/wp-content/uploads/securepdfs/2022/02/HFT_PREMIUM_EP_137.pdfhttps://hiddenforces.io/wp-content/uploads/securepdfs/2022/02/HF_RD_137.pdfMichael PettisMichael Pettis is a professor of finance at Peking University, where he has been teaching since 2004, and Senior Associate at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Before Peking University he taught two years at Tsinghua University, and before that nine years at the Business School and the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University. In China his research has focused mainly on Chinese financial markets, global trade and capital flows, and central banking. During his time in China he also spent three years as Chief Strategist for the Hong Kong subsidiary of mainland Chinese brokerage, Shenyin Wanguo. Pettis spent seventeen years before that on Wall Street running fixed-income trading and capital markets desks. During this time he has advised the Mexican government on the privatization of the national banking system, the Macedonian government on its commercial bank debt restructuring, the South Korean government on its 1998 commercial bank debt restructuring, and various Latin American governments on their debt issuance strategies. Pettis publishes a blog, China Financial Markets, which was ranked by the Wall Street Journal as one of the top fifteen economic blogs worldwide, and is one of the reasons cited by Bloomberg-BusinessWeek for including him in its 2016 listing of The 50 Most Influential People in the World.Pettis has published widely, including for Foreign Affairs, Foreign Policy, World Policy Journal, Far Eastern Economic Review, Columbia Journal of World Business, Harvard Business Review, Wilson Quarterly, Financial Times, Bloomberg, The Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, Caijing, and several other leading periodicals. In May 2020, Yale University Press will publish his book, Trade Wars are Class Wars. His most recent book, Avoiding the Fall: China’s Economic Restructuring, (Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 2013), was selected by the Financial Times as one of the top ten books on business and economics in 2013. That same year he published The Great Rebalancing: Trade, Conflict and the Perilous Road Ahead for the World Economy (Princeton University Press, 2013), which in 2018 was selected among Barron’s “The 7 Best Books about the Financial Crisis”. His previous books include After the Fall: The Future of Global Cooperation, (Geneva: ICMBS, 2012, co-authored with Jeffrey Frieden, Dani Rodrik and Ernesto Zedillo), Is China Vulnerable? The Causes and Consequences of Financial Fragility (Tsinghua University Press, 2003), The Volatility Machine: Emerging Economies and the Threat of Financial Collapse (Oxford University Press, 2001), and Managing Sub-Investment Grade Sovereign Risk (Euromoney Press, 1997). He received an MBA in Finance and an MIA in Development Economics from Columbia University.58924no