5.00pm-7.00pm, Wednesday 8 July 2015
Copland Theatre, The Spot, University of Melbourne
198 Berkeley Street, Carlton
The China Symposium brings together leading academics and policy advisors to discuss the latest research on the Chinese economy.
This past year has seen momentous changes in China: a significant slowdown of economic growth, an acceleration of capital account liberalization, a spate of new initiatives in regional trade agreements including the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement, the BRICs Bank, the AIIB and the One-Belt-One-Road Initiative, and the US-China Agreement on Climate Change, just to name a few. How are these changes unfolding? How will they affect China’s growth and that of other economies?
Professor Ross Garnaut AO, The University of Melbourne
Associate Professor Ligang Song, Australian National University
Professor Christine Wong, The University of Melbourne
Dr Guonan Ma, Fung Global Institute, Bruegel
Professor Liqing Zhang, Central University of Finance and Economics, Beijing
Dr He Fan, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
Dr Xunpeng Shi, National University of Singapore
Ms Li Ran, Peking University
Admission is free but RSVP is essential: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information: http://chinastudies.unimelb.edu.au