Mao Yushi is a liberal economist, president of Humanism Economics Society, Honorary President of Unirule Institute of Economics in China. He is known for his work in classical liberalism and free-market economics. Mao criticized the communist and totalitarian policies of Mao Zedong. Beijing began a “crackdown on dissent” by banning the publication of his works in 2014.
- Mao, Yushi., He, Ju-huang. “An analysis of China’s economic growth.” China’s economic growth and transition: macroeconomic, environmental and social / regional dimensions. Tisdell, Clement A.; Chai, Joseph C.H. Commack, N.Y.: Nova Science Publishers, 1997. 137-162.
- Mao, Yushi. “Economic growth and environmental problems in China.” Internationalization of the economy and environmental policy options. Welfens, Paul J.J. Berlin; New York: Springer Verlag, 2001. 397-414.
- Mao, Yushi. “Economic reform: effects on energy.” Energy in China. Zhu, Yajie. New Delhi: Wiley Eastern; Tokyo: United Nations University; Ottawa: International Development Research Centre, 1990. 38-62.
- Mao, Yushi. “Fifty years of China’s economy with its background in politics and society.” China’s future: constructive partner or emerging threat?. Eds. Carpenter, Ted Galen; Dorn, James A.Washington D.C.: Cato Institute, 2000. 9-27.
- Mao, Yushi. “Liberal voices from China: liberalism, equal rights, and human rights.” Journal of Democracy 4 (Oct 1998): 20-23.
- Mao, Yushi. “Lessons from China’s Great Famine.” The Cato journal3 (2014): 483-90.
Collections and Book Chapters
- Mao, Yushi. “Judging Mao as a Man.” The Wall Street Journal Asia 7 July 2011: 11. Print.
Translations on Web Sources
- Mao, Yushi., Douglas H. Paal. “Chinese Economy, Coal, and Sino-U.S. Relations” Interview by Kevin Jianjun Tu. The Carnegie Energy and Climate Program 3 May 2012. Web.