Bloomberg Chief Asia Economist
Chang Shu is Bloomberg’s Chief Asia Economist, based in Hong Kong. She leads a team to research into China, Japan, Australia and other major economies in the Asia-Pacific. She previously worked as a senior economist at the Bank for International Settlements and Hong Kong Monetary Authority. In those capacities, she researched widely into the global and Chinese economies. She was also closely involved into policy work including renminbi internationalisation. Prior to these, she also worked at the Bank of England. She is also a director at the Chinese Financial Association of Hong Kong.
She edited Currency Internationalisation: Global Experiences and Implications for the Renminbi” and “Cross-border Financial Linkages in Asia and the Pacific: Implications for Systemic Risks”. She has written extensively on the Chinese economy, renminbi internationalization and financial spillovers from China. She holds a PhD degree in Finance from the Birmingham University, UK.