Demystifying Chinese Investment in Australia Year 2017
1.30pm – 3.00pm, Thursday 25 May 2017
Room 427, Old Teachers College (A22), University of Sydney
This talk will introduce latest results from the KPMG and University of Sydney Demystifying Chinese investment in Australia report, including major trends and transactions, state distribution, sector breakdowns, and total investment by size and by ownership. It will also discuss the evolution of Chinese investment in Australia and its short-term risks and long-term potential.
Wei Li is a lecturer in International Business. She joined the University of Sydney China Studies Centre and the Business School in 2011 and held the Australian-Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industries research fellowship before being appointed to a lectureship in International Business. She is a core member of the KPMG/Business School research team and leads the Chinese outbound investors’ survey project. She co-developed the KPMG/University of Sydney database on Chinese outbound direct investment in Australia. Her research interests are internationalisation of emerging market firms, institutional perspective of international business and Chinese enterprise management. She is currently involved in research projects on Chinese ODI, Australia China trade, and Chinese enterprise management.
Free and open to all with registration requested.
Registration and more information: http://whatson.sydney.edu.au/events/published/monthly-seminar-demystifying-chinese-investment-in-australia-year-2017