Dialogue on “The Dilemma of the Chinese Model and Challenges to China’s Economic Transformation”


by John Lee on November 22nd, 2014   792 views

When and Where

  • 22/11/2014
    7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

  • Courtyard Institute
    No. 28, Zhonglao Hutong
    Beijing
    China
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Dialogue on "The Dilemma of the Chinese Model and Challenges to China’s Economic Transformation"

Event Details

— RSVP Required & Limited to thirty participants.— What are the primary challenges facing the Chinese Model and the Chinese economic transformation? What decisions might the Chinese authorities make to overcome such challenges and promote Chinese economic reform? Please join us for an open dialogue with Professor Tao Ran as he shares his opinions on prospects for a successful economic transition.

What are the primary challenges facing the Chinese Model and the Chinese economic transformation? What decisions might the Chinese authorities make to overcome such challenges and promote Chinese economic reform? Please join us for an open dialogue with Professor Tao Ran as he shares his opinions on prospects for a successful economic transition.

Tao Ran is a nonresident senior fellow of the foreign policy program at the Brookings Institution, professor at the Renmin University School of Economics, and vice dean of the National Academy of Development and Strategy. A specialist on the Chinese economy, he has published on the political economy of China’s economic transition, land and household registration reform, and local governance and public finance in rural China. His research has appeared most recently in Journal of Comparative Economics, Journal of Development Studies, Land Economics, Urban Studies, Political Studies, China Quarterly and Land Use Policy.

Language: English     — RSVP Required & Limited to thirty participants.—

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