China: Finding Solutions; A USC U.S.-China Institute Conference

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by Rochelle Yang on October 20th, 2017   156 views

When and Where

  • 20/10/2017
    8:30 am - 5:00 pm

  • USC Tutor Campus Center, Grand Ballroom
    3607 Trousdale Pkwy
    Los Angeles
    California
    90089
    United States
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China: Finding Solutions; A USC U.S.-China Institute Conference

Event Details

Learn how individuals and institutions working with China are combating challenges such as environmental degradation, a rapidly aging population, a skills mismatch between what graduates can do and what employers seek, widespread official corruption, regional and intraregional inequality, and low labor and capital productivity.

China, not unlike the United States, confronts enormous challenges. These include deadly environmental degradation, a rapidly aging population, a skills mismatch between what graduates can do and what employers seek, widespread official corruption, regional and intraregional inequality, and low labor and capital productivity.

Often conferences merely document such problems without exploring in concrete terms what businesses, non-profit organizations, and government agencies are doing to address them. Our China: Finding Solutions conference won’t minimize the size and complexity of such problems, but it will highlight how individuals and institutions are battling them. Our panelists will include distinguished scholars, entrepreneurs, organization leaders, and officials. We invite you to be a part of the discussion.

Space is limited. Register now to secure your seat and to save money.

Registration (includes the admission, conference goodies, refreshments, and lunch):

General 
Early bird registration   $75
After September 30    $125

Students (must submit photo of student ID to uschina@usc.edu):
Early bird registration   $25
After September 30      $40

All sales are final.

The first 50 people to register will receive a USC U.S.-China Institute anniversary mug!

Register for the event HERE.

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