Xiuli Yu

Xiuli is Chinese. She has a bachelor’s degree in engineering and a master’s degree in management. She began her career in HR management in a large Chinese company. After getting her PhD in economics, from one of the top Chinese Universities, she taught at a university in Beijing (CUFE) while simultaneously working for a Chinese consultancy. She also worked in Japan as a visiting scholar (Waseday University).
Moving to France in 2009, Xiuli was invited by several business schools to be a guest lecturer on Chinese culture. Later she was recruited by a French importation and distribution company to manage operations.


1. « L’art de la guerre et le management » (co-author) 2012, Collection, Edition l’Harmattan, Paris.
2. Exclusion and Inclusion: China Urban Poverty and Public Assistance during its Transition Period, Published, by The Commercial Press, China, June 2009
3. Willingness, Devotion and Loyalty, Published by Enterprise management publishing house, June 2004



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