Title: Chinese Economy under Historical Geopolitical Transformation
Dr. Guanghua Wan, Master of Quantitative Economics and Doctor of Economics, University of New England, Australia. He is currently Professor at Fudan University and Director of the Institute of World Economics. He has worked in overseas universities such as Sydney University, international organizations such as the United Nations, multilateral financial institutions such as Asian Development Bank and famous think tanks such as Asian Development Bank Institute for many years. His research fields include agricultural economics, applied econometrics and international/regional development. The think tank reports "Green Urbanization" and "The Asian ‘Poverty Miracle’", which were published by Dr. Wan, have aroused wide concerns in the policy field. More than 10 monographs have been published in Chinese and English, and nearly 80 papers have been published in SSCI and SCI journals.
Abstract: The Presentation will begin with discussions on the meaning of historical geopoliticaltransformation which has not been seen in centuries. It will then focus on the de-globalization trend which bears profound impications for the Chinese economy. The presentation will end with the recently-launched “dual circulation” strategy, highlighting the challenges faced by China in the next decades.
Dr. Fu Dahai, Vice President of China Economics Society Australia, Associate Professor of School of International Trade and Economics, Central University of Finance and Economics