Shuxiu  Zhang Author of Evaluating Organization Development

Shuxiu Zhang

Shuxiu Zhang was LSE Fellow in International Trade, Editor of Millennium: Journal of International Studies (Vol. 40), Senior Teaching Fellow at SOAS, University of London, Teaching Associate for the TRIUM Global Executive MBA Programme, Visiting Fellow at the International Trade Policy Unit, Senior Visiting Scholar at Peking University, Visiting Scholar at the Shanghai Institute of International Trade, and Research Associate at Grantham Research Institute of the Environment and Climate Change.

Areas of Research / Professional Expertise

    Shuxiu Zhang's research interests include economic diplomacy decision-making processes and the Chinese political economy, international trade, negotiation psychology and politics, and climate change.

    She is an experienced trade negotiator, policy adviser, and trade policy development.  

Personal Interests

    Shuxiu Zhang is a qualified Tea Sommelier, with a strong passion for the history and craft of tea-making, teaware, and tea history.

    She has a strong interests in family, travelling, walking, fashion and design (particularly cubist and dada art and furniture).


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Journal of Human Security

The Yellow Brick Road to People Politics: How the 1997-1998 East Asian Financial Crisis Justified a Role for Civil Society in Global Finance

Published: Jul 21, 2010 by Journal of Human Security
Authors: Shuxiu Zhang
Subjects: Economics, Finance, Business & Industry, Asian Studies

In 1997/8, the East Asian financial crisis profoundly exposed the flaws embedded in the governance of global finance, and attracted much attention from civil society, which presented numerous proposals to either overhaul or amend the existing financial architecture. But what are we to make of people politics? This article investigates whether the crisis spawned a role for civil society in global financial governance.