Dealing with China: An Insider Unmasks the New Economic Superpower

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About the Author

As the CEO of Goldman Sachs from 1999-2006 and then as the Treasury Secretary of the United States from 2006-2009, Hank Paulson has sat across the bargaining table from countless Chinese politicians as both a banker and a statesman. Since leaving Washington, the former Treasury Secretary has worked on bridging the gap between East and West through The Paulson Institute, which he describes not as a think tank but as a think and do tank.


"But Mr. Paulson's warnings demand attention...[he] knows more about China, its politics and the players behind it than most Westerners...Mr. Paulson's analysis in his book...are all the more remarkable because he has long been a bull on China and has deep friendships with its senior leaders."--Andrew Ross Sorkin, The New York Times
Praise for ON THE BRINK, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today Bestseller

"Penetrating . . . goes behind closed doors . . . a highly personal, you-are-there telling for how top players in government and finance staved off a disaster that could have been much worse."--Bloomberg News
"Fast-paced . . . engaging . . . well-written."--Washington Post
"Highly detailed . . . a gripping book."--Wall Street Journal
"Concentrates on his extraordinary thirty months at Treasury . . . Paulson had to wrestle with more, and more burning, crises than any Treasury secretary in history."--Roger Lowenstein, author of The End of Wall Street, and journalist, New York Times Book Review
"Tells how he brought us back from the brink of financial collapse . . . [includes] major revelations . . . Read On the Brink and get Paulson's take on the whole affair."
"The first lengthy account of the crisis from a key decision maker. The book offers a look at Paulson's thinking during those scary days, as well as his sometimes unvarnished opinions of other Washington characters, many of whom had central roles in managing the government's response."--Dallas Morning News
"A fantastic read . . . succinct and to the point."--Business Insider