What will China’s economic growth model look like in the future? Everyone agrees that it has to change – before the financial crisis, global growth was characterized by growing and unsustainable imbalances reflected primarily in large trade surpluses in China, Japan, Germany, and the oil exporting countries and rapidly growing deficits, primarily in the United States.
Join a talk with Nicolas R. Lardy, author of the book “Sustaining Economic Growth in China after the Global Financial Crisis” who will elaborate on China’s response to the global crisis, the prospects that it will change the economic growth model that dominated the first decade of this century, and what a successful Chinese rebalancing would mean for the United States and the global economy.
DATE: Wednesday, March 21
VENUE: Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business 长江商学院, Oriental Plaza, 1 East Chang An Avenue (Tower E2, 20/F, Room 7) 中国北京市东长安街 1 号东方广场东 (E2座，20层, 7), phone: 85188552 .
ENTRANCE: free to members, 80 rmb to non-members
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ABOUT THE SPEAKER:
Nicholas R. Lardy is the Anthony M. Solomon Senior Fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics. He joined the Institute in March 2003 from the Brookings Institution, where he was a senior fellow in the Foreign Policy Studies Program from 1995 until 2003 and served as interim director of Foreign Policy Studies in 2001. Before Brookings, he served at the University of Washington, where he was the director of the Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies from 1991 to 1995.
Nicolas R.Lardy is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and a member of the editorial boards of the China Quarterly, China Review, and Journal of Contemporary China. He specializes in the Chinese economy.