Panel 3: Chinese Economic Reform

Co-chairs:

Dr. Penelope PRIME, Director of the China Research Center and Professor of International Business, Institute of International Business, Georgia State University

Dr. Justin Yifu LIN, Professor and Honorary Dean, The National School of Development, Peking University

 

Panelists:

How Historic Legacies Affect China’s Economic Prospects
Dr. Thomas G. RAWSKI, Professor of Economics and History, University of Pittsburgh, Department of Economics

The New Reform and Development of China’s Economy and Its New Significance to the Global Economy
Dr. Heng QUAN, Deputy Director & Professor, Institute of Economics, Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences

Is Structural Economic Reform Working?
Mr. Pieter BOTTELIER, Senior Adjunct Professor of China Studies, Johns Hopkins University, Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies

How to Sustain Economic Growth under China’s ‘New Normal’?
Dr. Ming LU, Professor, School of Economics, Fudan University

Internationalization and Reforms: A Virtuous Cycle?
Dr. Penelope PRIME, Director of the China Research Center and Professor of International Business, Institute of International Business, Georgia State University

Prospects and Significance of the Sino-U.S. Bilateral Investment Treaty (BIT)
Dr. Guoyou SONG, Deputy Director and Professor, Center for American Studies, Fudan University

Challenges to China’s Innovation System
Dr. Gary H. JEFFERSON, Professor of International Trade and Finance, Brandeis University

Why Is A Gradual Transition Desirable?
Dr. Justin LIN, Professor and Honorary Dean, The National School of Development, Peking University