The next big contention over China’s economic development will likely center on industrial policy, which covers a whole range of meaning and aspects, ranging from technology R&D programs, to administrative price controls to benign neglect of intellectual property rights protection. Industrial policy has become the target of recent clean tech cases between the US and China, a goal of bilateral economic agreements (the China-Taiwan Economic Cooperation Framework Agreement has joint industrial policy elements), and the topic of big-think books variously arguing it is the way forward or the road to ruin. Join economist Dan Rosen as he discusses the future of industrial policy in China.
DATE: Apr 22
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ABOUT THE SPEAKER:
Dan Rosen is visiting fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics and a principal at the Rhodium Group, a New York-based research firm. He is also an adjunct professor at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs (2001–present). Rosen was a member of the National Economic Council staff (2000–01), where he served as senior adviser for international economic policy. His work has focused on the economic development of East Asia, particularly greater China, and US economic relations with the region. Other areas of research include energy, agriculture and commodities, trade and environment linkages, and economic transitions and competitiveness.