Guy de Jonquières

Email: guy.dej@gmail.com

Office: + 44 (0)20 7485 9903 Mobile: + 44 (0) 7988 237433


Guy de Jonquières is a Senior Fellow at ECIPE. His current interests and research focus particularly on international economic policy and Asias political economy. He was previously a journalist with The Financial Times, where he spent much of his career working, living and travelling extensively in North America, Europe and Asia. He served in Paris, Washington, New York, Saigon, Brussels and Hong Kong as well as specialist correspondent covering international IT industries. He has also been The Financial Times world trade editor and international business editor.

Guy de Jonquières has extensive radio and television broadcasting experience, principally in the US and in Europe. He is a frequent guest speaker and chairman at conferences. He has participated in events organised by the United Nations, the WTO, the OECD, the Salzburg Global Seminar, the Asian Development Bank, the London School of Economics and the World Economic Forum, as well as by research institutes, business schools and multinational corporations.

In 2001, Guy de Jonquières received the BP/European University Institute prize for essay on transatlantic economic relations, and in 2007 he was awarded as the opinion writer of the year by the Society of Publishers in Asia.

  • ECIPE Policy Briefs

    The Problematic Politics of China’s Economic Reform Plans

    By Guy de Jonquières

    China is in a race against time to re-engineer its faltering economic model, famously described by Wen Jiabao, its last prime minister, as “unsustainable, uncoordinated, unbalanced, and unstable”. Against a background of soaring debt levels, proliferating asset bubbles and chronic excess capacity in many sectors, Xi Jinping, China’s President, has announced a programme of sweeping,…

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    In Search of China’s Foreign Policy

    By Guy de Jonquières

    This Policy Brief takes stock of recent developments and future trends in China’s foreign policy. It questions China’s progress in shaping its diplomacy and international relations in a way that reflects its global economic size and strength. Preoccupied with domestic priorities and challenges, successive Chinese leaders have clung to the country’s policy of non-interference in…

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    Who’s Afraid of China’s High-Tech Challenge?

    By Guy de Jonquières

    Over the last 30 years, the speed and scale of China’s economic rise have stunned the world. Now its government has mapped out bold plans for the next phase of the nation’s development: transforming it into an innovation powerhouse that occupies a leading, and ultimately dominant, global position in a range of science-based industries of…

  • ECIPE Policy Briefs

    Who’s afraid of China’s high-tech challenge?

    By Guy de Jonquières

    Over the last 30 years, the speed and scale of China’s economic rise have stunned the world. Now its government has mapped out bold plans for the next phase of the nation’s development: transforming it into an innovation powerhouse that occupies a leading, and ultimately dominant, global position in a range of science-based industries of…

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