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Can China Sustain its Growth? China's Economic Challenges in the Next Ten Years

21st Century China Event

01/07/2013, 05:00pm-06:30pm
Location: UC San Diego, IR/PS, Room 3201
Open to: Public
Event email: 21china@ucsd.edu

Speaker: Yuan Zhigang, Professor of Economics, Fudan University
Hua Min, Professor of Economics, Fudan University
Bai Chong'en, Mansfield Freeman Chair Professor in Economics, Tsinghua University

Registration is required

Three distinguished Chinese economists from Fudan and Tsinghua Universities will share their analysis of the economic challenges that China will face in the next decade. Among the topics explored by the panelists will be how, and whether, China can sustain its rapid growth while addressing the consequences of the growth.

Topics and Panelists' Bio:

"Seeking a New Economic Growth Engine for China" - Yuan Zhigang

Yuan Zhigang is Professor of Economics and Dean of the School of Economics at Fudan University. He also serves as Director of Employment and Social Protection Research Center of Fudan University, head of Post-doctoral Station for Theoretical Economics at Fudan University, and Vice President of Shanghai Macroeconomics Association.

"Challenges to China's Economic Miracle" - Hua Min

Professor Hua Min is Professor of Economics, and Director of Institute of World Economy at Fudan University. His specialties are in the fields of international economics, world economy, and Chinese economy.

"China's Structural Transformation from the Income Distribution Perspective" - Bai Chong'en

Professor Bai is a UC San Diego alumnus and currently the Mansfield Freeman Chair Professor in Economics, Chairman of the Department of Economics and Associate Dean of the School of Economics and Management, Tsinghua University.

A Fudan-UC Center on Contemporary China event, co-sponsored by 21st Century China Program

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