Michael is a senior analyst covering Greater China macroeconomic and policy developments. As part of EY Knowledge, he is dedicated to generating insights around China’s economic and business environments, and creating go-to-market thought leaderships on topics such as China’s economic and policy reforms, foreign investments, industrial development, technology adaptation and urbanization.
Prior to joining EY, Michael began his career as an economist in various positions in the public sector, think tank and the brokerage business. He received an MA in Economics from New York University after graduating with a BA in Economics and Psychology from the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor.
How Michael is building a better working world
“I collaborate with the EY senior leadership teams to bring nuanced analyses of China’s economic and industrial development from the macro perspective. In doing so, I help the global audience better understand China’s unique and evolving growth trajectory, along with the challenges and opportunities that may come with that in the near future.”