George Magnus is an associate at the China Centre at Oxford University, a research associate at the School of Oriental and African Studies, and former chief economist of UBS. He has written extensively about China in the Financial Times, Prospect, and other economic and financial publications.
"A comprehensive and valuable survey of the threats facing China's
economy."-Edward Chancellor, Wall Street Journal
"George Magnus offers a forensic take on why the Chinese economy will continue to be bedevilled by politics and why it matters."-Isabel Hilton, New Statesman
"Red Flags lands with exquisite timing"-Richard McGregor, Financial Times
"Magnus offers the vision of a dispassionate outsider on the state of China" - Martin Wolf, Financial Times (Books of the Year 2018)
"For insight into the dilemmas and decisions China's leaders, notably Xi Jinping, will face in the next decades, it would be hard to beat Red Flags."-Diane Coyle, author of GDP: A Brief but Affectionate History
"An excellent, tightly argued and fluently written analysis of the challenges that lie behind the China Dream."-Jonathan Fenby, author of Will China Dominate the 21st Century?
"An immensely important and powerful book from one of our premier commentators on economics."-Rana Mitter, author of China's War with Japan, 1937-1945
"A nuanced, historically informed and highly readable account of why we should never be complacent about the People's Republic."-Kerry Brown, author of CEO, China
"Compelling, ominous and thought-provoking, George Magnus has written a book that should be essential reading for anyone trying to make sense of what is happening in China- and why it will have a global impact."-Peter Frankopan, author of The Silk Roads