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Saturday, April 06, 2013

China in the World: Growth, Adjustment, and Integration

Here's the video I mentioned in the post "Is China's Growth Model Sustainable":

The Chinese economy has developed at a remarkable pace over the last 30 years.  The integration of China into the world economy has led to extraordinary flows of foreign direct investment, infrastructure buildup, and an impressive export capacity.   As we look to the future, both domestic and international considerations bear on the capacity for China to continue on this robust course and for the world to adjust to China’s growth and changed role. The differences in philosophical, legal, and governance systems between China and the West suggest that the challenges will be formidable and that cooperation and mutual benefit will require extraordinary attention.
  • Daniel A. Bell - Professor, Tsinghua University
  • Jan Kregel - Senior scholar at the Levy Economics Institute of Bard College
  • Huang Yiping - Professor of Economics, National School of Development, Peking University
  • Yu Yongding - Director, Institute of World Economics and Politics, CASS
  • Moderator: Xiao Geng - Director of Research and Senior Fellow, Fung  Global Institute

    Posted by on Saturday, April 6, 2013 at 01:22 AM in China, Economics, Video | Permalink  Comments (30)

          


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