Don Brean, an economist at University of Toronto, will discuss global concerns that are expected to take center stage at the G20 summit next month in Seoul: the RMB-$ exchange rate, the prospect of a “currency war,” and the implications of China’s inevitably deeper financial integration with the world.
DATE: Wednesday, November 3
Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business 长江商学院
Oriental Plaza, 20th floor, Tower E2, room 7
1 East Chang An Avenue, Beijing 100738, China
Tel: 010-85188552 (website)
中国北京市东长安街 1 号东方广场东 2 座 20 层, 7
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ABOUT THE SPEAKER:
Don Brean is Professor of Finance and Economics in the Rotman School of Management at The University of Toronto. He is Co-Director of the G20 Research Group, the world’s leading centre for research of formal international political dialogue.
Professor Brean is the editor of Taxation in Modern China, a highly acclaimed and influential research volume on fiscal aspects of China’s economic transition. His most recent work on China is Bank Reform in China: What It Means for the World published by the Asia Pacific Foundation. Professor Brean holds graduate degrees from the University of Toronto and The London School of Economics.