Duncan heads a team of analysts covering Asia, in The Economist Intelligence Unit’s Country Analysis division and is personally responsible for compiling economic and political forecasts for a number of countries in the region, most notably China. He has helped to produce customised research and analysis on many topics, ranging from a long-term forecast of the outlook for Asia to 2050 to the impact of China's leadership changes in 2012-13. Duncan is a frequent commentator for news services such as the BBC and CNN. He often presents at conferences, and has also been invited to share his perspectives on Asia with a number of senior corporate executives, academics and diplomatic officials. Duncan joined The EIU in 2005. He has a Master's degree in Pacific Asian Studies from the School of Oriental and African Studies and a BA in Chinese Studies from Oxford University.
The following is a summary of the focus group discussion, with additional information
excerpted from the Finance chapter of the Economist Intelligence Unit’s publications China Hand,
China Country Report and Finance in China, a special report in The Economist, May 7, 2016.
Any questions feel free to email DuncanInnes-Ker@eiu.com