Brad Gardner is a writer and analyst focused on emerging markets and internationalization. Brad has lived in China since 2007 where he was the editor of China International Business magazine until June 2010. He is currently a part time researcher for the Economist Intelligence Unit, and the editor of China Offshore quarterly.
He blogs at www.bradleymgardner.com and China in Africa website African Boots.
Outside of China, he has worked in the Czech Republic, done short-term work in Poland and Egypt, and wrote about bilateral trade ties between China and Italy, Mauritius and Zimbabwe. He writes primarily on trade, economics, development, and technology.
He has a masters degree from the University of Chicago and two bachelors degrees from the University of Southern California.
Recent Blog Posts by Bradley Gardner
- Chinese Exports Don’t Matter
- China and the Libertarian Argument for Income Taxes
- China: Over a Long Enough Time Horizon All Economies Collapse
- China’s Property Market Is in Rude Health
- The End of Cheap Goods?
- A Different Sort of European Union
- Bad Reasons to Be Having Power Shortages
- The Lonesome Death of Han Jin
- Monetary Controls and Bank Reform in China
- Food Inflation in China Is an Environmental, Not Economic, Problem
- The China Price in Healthcare
- A Modest Proposal: Turn New Orleans Into Mauritius
- Outward Investment Flows and the Rise of Chinese Foreign Policy
- Labor Markets: China and America
- America Should Let Huawei Invest
- China, Egypt and Democracy
- Monetary Policy and Chinese Inflation
- China’s Problem with Gold
- That’s Not How China Works
- China: The 12th Five Year Plan Is Out and About
- Clarifying the Rare Earths Hubbub
- Chongqing Is the Fourth Heat
- Marching Towards a Trade War
- Innovation Held Hostage in China
- Would You Trust Your Information to a Chinese Server?
- Changes in China’s Intellectual Property Story
- Does Shanghai Have a Future?
- Suing in China Gets an Ambiguous Boost
- China and the Alternatives to Oil
- The RMB Has Moved, Now How About Those Other Things
- Bringing China into the International System
- China’s Coming Boost to the Rural Sector
- China’s Labor Situation Is Changing, Not for the Worse