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Public-Private Partnerships: Harnessing Markets to Drive Development 
China: The New Global Economic Engine?
05 Dec - 10 Dec, 2006
(Session 438)
 The New Information Networks: Challenges and Opportunities for Business, Governments, and Media

Faculty:
Kenneth Lieberthal (Chair) - Arthur Thurman Professor of political science and William Davidson Professor at the Ross School of Business, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor; former Senior Director for Asia and Special Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, National Security Council, Washington, ...
Serge Abou  
Stephen King - Managing Director of Economics and Strategy, HSBC, London
Rajiv Kumar - Director and Chief Executive, Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations, New Delhi
Li Shantong - Director General, Department of Development Strategy & Regional Economy, Development Research Center, The State Council of P.R.C.
Ma Jun - Journalist and environmental advocate with the Institute of Public & Environmental Affairs, Beijing
Shane Tedjarati - President of Honeywell China, Shanghai
Shujiro Urata - Professor of International Economics at the Graduate School of Asia-Pacific Studies, Waseda University, Tokyo.
Wang Yuan - Head of Training and Education at China Development Bank in Beijing; former advisor at the China Policy, Securities and Futures Commission of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region
Yi Gang - Assistant Governor, People's Bank of China in Beijing

Abstract:
China's explosive growth during the past decade is exercising a profound impact on the world's economic order. Trade flows from China to the United States and Europe, bilateral trade disputes, anxiety in the West about outsourcing of jobs, pressures on currency valuations, fear of Chinese overtures to western companies, and the growing global competition for energy and raw materials all point to fundamental shifts taking place in the global economic sphere. What are the impacts of this rising giant on the Asian region, particularly Japan, India, and the "tigers" of Southeast Asia? How are the United States and the European Union reacting and adapting to China's outward projection of its economic prowess? This session will analyze challenges, risks, and opportunities as China emerges as a key force in the world economy. It will also explore future scenarios for a new world economic order, and evaluate practical choices confronting policy makers in government and business in China, in the West, and elsewhere in Asia.

The fee for this session is 3,000 EURO. The fee covers the cost of the program, accommodations, and meals.

Limited financial aid is available and is awarded based on need. Applicants who believe they qualify for assistance should explain their circumstances in a letter, which should be submitted with their application.

Session Faculty

Ma Jun
 
Wang Yuan

 


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