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  1. Dear Sir,

    Greetings!

    This is Bingo from Grand China Publishing House which is a major publisher of nonfiction books on the area of Business & Management, Finance & Investment, Politics & Social Sciences, Parenting & Relationships. We have successfully operated many bestselling titles including Freakonomics by Steven Levitt & Stephen Dubner, What got you here won’t get you there by Marshall Goldsmith, True north by Bill George, Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand, Counselor by Ted Sorensen, Liebe dich selbst und es ist egal, wen du heiratest by Eva-Maria Zurhorst,Screamfree Marriage by Hal Edward Runkel, Screamfree Parenting by Hal Edward Runkel, etc.

    We are very interested in the work below

    Restructuring the Chinese Economy: Economic Distortions and the Next Decade of Chinese Growth

    Michael Pettis (Author)

    Paperback: 260 pages

    Publisher: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (July 31, 2013)

    Language: English

    ISBN-10: 0870034073

    ISBN-13: 978-0870034077

    I’m writing to check if the simplified Chinese rights are still available, and it’d be very kind of you to share with us more details about the book.
    Expecting your reply,

    Regards,

    Bingo

    Bingo

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  2. Dear Sir,

    I am a high school student from Spain who is really ineterested in the Chinese Economy. I am currently doing some research on my own on China’s current economic situation and I would love to interview an expert in the area about some risks China is facing.

    I admire your work and would be grateful if you could answer some questions by e-mail. I know you must be very busy so I completely understand if you don’t have the time.

    Thank you anyway!

    Kind regards,

    Alex Pont

  3. Dear prof, I am a TV journalist and producer from Channel NewsAsia, Singapore. I produced the top-rated current affairs and analysis programme INSIGHT. I would like to arrange an interview with you whilst you are in Singapore this weekend. Please email me at [email protected] if you are interested thank you,

  4. Heya are using WordPress for your site platform?

    I’m new to the blog world but I’m trying to get started and set up my own.
    Do you require any html coding knowledge to make your own blog?
    Any help would be really appreciated!

  5. Dear Michael Pettis,

    last semester (Spring 2013) I had been an exchange student at GSM, PKU and could visit your course “Investment Banking”. After the last lesson we were talking and I asked whether you could provide me some books/paper recommendation since I would like to know more about the topic. We agreed that I will contact you via your blog. However I could not find an email address here so I try this way now. You have many students so I am not sure if you can remember me. I had been an exchange student from Germany and asked relatively much in your course. Maybe this helps ;)

    You recommended in your course the book “This Time is different” – indeed an interesting book. Furthermore you mentioned a paper you published quite some years ago about the funding of nations and suggested a mix of debt and equity … so far I could not find this article. I would be very delighted if you could send me this article with your other reading recommendations.

    Since my time in China is ending slowly and I need to think about a topic for my Bachelor thesis. I like to think in big pictures and discover connections about seemingly separated areas and your course raised my interest for investment banking and finance so I would like to ask if you see a possibility to write the Bachelor thesis about one of the mentioned topics in your course.

    Wish you a good semester with interested students!
    Your questioning exchange student
    Nicolai Mueller

  6. Dear Sir,

    I came across your blog and found the articles very informative.
    I would like to follow your blog, but I could not see the ‘Follow blog’ hence I am leaving this note here.

    Kind Regards,
    Somali Chakrabarti

  7. Hi Michael,

    We run a site that is under a massive reconstruction, launching March 2014, and we would like to feature your articles. Would you kindly send us your RSS feed to post?

    Many thanks,
    Ty Andros
    Tedbits.com

  8. Dear Mr Pettis,

    I am an Australian high school student, who has been highly influenced by your works. I have read “The Volatility Machine” and “The Great Rebalancing” numerous times and most definitely owe a lot to your instruction in the way I think about finance and economics. As it stands, economics is one of my passions and hobbies outside of school and I recently wrote an article in my economics blog which you will find draws a lot from the methodology and models that you have used in your works. I would love you read it and tell me if you disagree. It can be found here:

    http://devmacro.wordpress.com/2014/01/12/explaining-slow-growth-turning-away-from-the-stale-lessons-from-japan/

    I’m also very jealous of your students who get to join your model PBoC seminars and hope to one day be able to participate in such panels and lessons when I go to university. Do you have any recommended readings for monetary economics or further analysis for BoP stuff that is not too maths heavy? (I only have a high-school level understanding of mathematics and it continues to limit me in my readings)

    Thanks in advance,
    Flint O’Neil

  9. Hey Michael, How cool it is when I run across long lost friends. It seems like more than a lifetime has past since we first hung out. I used to travel to Asia four or five time a year for business, but recently It’s tapered off to once or twice a year. Why don’t we spend a little time off line and get caught up. Feel free to email me and I’d be glad to give you my phone number. Hope all is well with you, my friend.
    Best regards,
    Michael

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