The New Model for Chinese Economic Growth

4.00 - 6.00pm, Tuesday 9 July 2013 at the University of Melbourne

Presented by the Melbourne Institute and the Centre for Contemporary Chinese Studies at the University of Melbourne.

Overview

China’s economy, the world’s second-largest, is in the middle of transitioning to a new development stage. The Melbourne Institute and the Centre for Contemporary Chinese Studies, the University of Melbourne, bring together six leading specialists on the Chinese economy to discuss where China’s economy is heading, in which way it will develop, and how China’s economy will affect other economies in the years to come.

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Time and Date: 4.00 - 6.00pm, Tuesday 9 July 2013

Venue: Copland Theatre, Arts West Building, University of Melbourne

Chair: Professor Paul Kofman, Dean and Sidney Myer Chair of Commerce, Faculty of Business and Economics, The University of Melbourne

Panellists

Professor Ross Garnaut AO, Vice-Chancellor's Fellow and Professorial Fellow, The University of Melbourne [presentation]

Professor Yiping Huang, Professor of Economics, China Centre for Economic Research, Peking University [presentation]

Dr Ligang Song, Associate Professor and Director, China Economy Program, Crawford School of Public Policy, The Australian National University

Professor Dwight H. Perkins, Harold Hitchings Burbank Research Professor of Political Economy, Department of Economics, Harvard University

Professor Christine Wong, Director, Centre for Contemporary Chinese Studies, The University of Melbourne [presentation]

 

 

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