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Libraries in the 21st Century 
China and the Global Economy
09 Dec - 16 Dec, 2004
 The World Trade Negotiations: The Politics of Economics and Trade

Faculty:
Andrew Sheng (Chair) - Chairman, Securities and Futures Commission, Hong Kong
Hu Xiaolian - Assistant Governor of the People's Bank of China and former Deputy Administrator of the State Administration of Foreign Exchange, Beijing
Masahiro Kawai - Professor, Institute of Social Science, Division of Comparative Contemporary Economics, University of Tokyo, Tokyo
Bo Landin - Chairman, Sweden-China Trade Council, Stockholm; former Chairman, Ericsson, China
Richard Li - Chairman, PCCW Limited, Hong Kong
Justin Lin - Director, China Center for Economic Research, Peking University, Beijing
Kishore Mahbubani - Dean, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore; author of Can Asians Think
Stephen Schlaikjer - Stephen A. Schlaikjer is an independent consultant on Asian affairs, having recently retired from US Government service after a thirty-year career in the US State Department. His career has focused on ...
Shao Yibo - Chief Executive Officer, Eachnet.com, Shanghai
Wang Yuan - Advisor on China Policy, Securities and Futures Commission, Hong Kong SAR, former Deputy Director, China Development Bank and former Division Chief, People's Bank of China, Beijing

Additional Session Support:
Michael Palliser (Resource Specialist) - Sir Michael Palliser is the vice chairman of the Salzburg Seminar's Board of Directors. He served in the Coldstream Guards during World War II. In 1947 he joined the British Diplomatic Service and held ...

Abstract:
Greater China is quickly evolving into a major economic force in the global economy. This session will examine how China's economic coming of age has affected the Asian region, and the world as a whole. What has been the impact of China's WTO accession? How has the Chinese policy of creating "clusters of excellence," such as the greater Pearl River Delta and greater Shanghai, developed China's competitiveness? How have Hong Kong and China Mainland developed positive synergies aimed at beneficial growth and robust development for both? What are the economic synergies and competitiveness between China and India, and how has Chinese economic growth changed Sino-U.S. relations?

The fee for this session is US$5,000 not including travel. 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

Bo Landin
 
Justin Lin

 


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