1. Topic: How Should China Promote a Virtuous Globalization —On Why is the Goal of Three-zeros Its Necessary Condition?
2. Language: Chinese
3. Speaker: James Wen holds a master's degree from Fudan university, a doctor's degree from the University of Chicago, and is the emeritus professor at Trinity College (USA). He was former distinguished professor at the Institute for Advanced Research of Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, President of the Chinese Economists Society (CES, US), and co-editor or editor of several English and Chinese economics journals.His research interests include agricultural land system, total factor productivity, great famine, globalization, etc. He has published dozens of Chinese and English papers and the book "We have no land".
演讲嘉宾：文贯中（Guanzhong James Wen），复旦大学硕士，芝加哥大学博士，美国三一学院荣休教授，曾任上财高研院特聘教授，留美经济学会会长，和几家英、中文经济学期刊的共同主编或编委。研究兴趣包括农地制度、全要素生产力、大饥荒、全球化等，发表了几十篇中、英文论文及《吾民无地》一书。4. Abstract: While economic globalization is desirable and beneficial in general, it is not necessarily virtuous. As the modern history has demonstrated repeatedly, economic globalization can go strayed and become vicious, resulting in confrontations or even bloody wars among major nations if the rivalry among them are not properly and timely coordinated. Discussion will be focused on what is virtuous globalization and why the goal of three zeros should be adopted and implemented by all the major nations before the globalization can turn into a virtuous one.