Christopher J. Voisey

Christopher J. Voisey

Adjunct Associate Professor of Strategy and Policy, NUS Business School

Christopher Voisey is Adjunct Associate Professor of Strategy and Policy at the National University of Singapore (NUS) Business School. Christopher received his PhD and MS Degrees in Management from MIT Sloan and obtained his doctoral education in strategy at Harvard Business School. He is a fellow of the UK Higher Education Academy, in recognition of his achievements in teaching and learning in higher education. His scholarly work on how firms formulate and implement global strategy has been published in the global strategy field’s leading academic journals. Christopher is also the managing director of Voisey Associates, a corporate advisory, global consulting and executive training firm.

Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on 15 November 2021 in New York City. (Spencer Platt/AFP)

What financial decoupling?

Claims that financial decoupling will occur between China and the US are not yet evident from the trade data, says NUS academic Christopher J. Voisey. In 2020, FDI inflows in China increased by 6% and the ease of doing business improved. And while there have been greater hurdles for Chinese companies seeking US listings, their stocks are often still available to foreign investors through alternative channels. Might some turbulence be par for the course as China seeks stronger autonomy and economic power?