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Chinese Economy: Barry Naughton, Macroeconomic Imbalances
 
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The State of the Chinese Economy: Implications for China and the World This major USC US-China Institute conference examines the health and future of the Chinese economy and assesses China's economic ties with the US and others. *** Barry Naughton International Relations and Pacific Studies, University of California at San Diego Prof. Naughton has published extensively on the Chinese economy, with a focus on four interrelated areas: market transition; industry and technology; foreign trade; and Chinese political economy. His pioneering study of Chinese economic reform, Growing Out of the Plan: Chinese Economic Reform, 1978-1993 won the Masayoshi Ohira Memorial Prize. Naughton's most recent book is The Chinese Economy: Transitions and Growth, a comprehensive survey of the Chinese economy. Naughton publishes regular quarterly analyses of China's economic policy-making online at China Leadership Monitor. OFFICIAL WEBSITE: http://www.china.usc.edu FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/uschinainstitute Classroom use of this video is permitted. We would appreciate feedback from viewers. Please write to us at [email protected]
Dr. Barry Naughton: "China's Economic Challenges under Xi Jinping"
 
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The CHINA NOW | Teachers Workshop is a two-day professional development conference dedicated to informing and inspiring U.S. middle and high school teachers to teach more about modern China. The Speaker: Dr. Barry Naughton, the So Kwanlok Professor at UC San Diego's School of Global Strategy & Policy, specializes in the Chinese economy and economic policy. His most recent book is "State Capitalism, Institutional Adaptation and the Chinese Miracle." The Presentation: Professor Naughton in his lecture "China's Place in the Changing World Order" discusses China's economic miracle growth, economic policy and how the growing age population is going to change its rapid growth rate. His interactive and engaging style presents economics in a fun and informative way. The Workshop: 12 U.S-China experts across political economy, environment, Hollywood, social media, and technology present balanced viewpoints on modern China to cultivate a growing community of teachers interested in educating their students on global awareness and China-savviness. About 1990: The 1990 Institute is a nonpartisan, nonpolitical 501(c)(3) nonprofit based in San Francisco whose mission is to build trust and broaden understanding between the people of the U.S. and China through education, philanthropy and collaboration. Our education programs, including CHINA NOW | Teachers Workshop, Youth Voices on China video contest and CHINA NOW & the Future Speaker Series are aimed at inspiring Americans to learn more about modern China. Visit: 1990institute.org
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Dr. Barry Naughton, "The Chinese Economy"
 
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(Apologies for low audio. You may need to turn the volume all the way up to hear the audio.) CSUSB Modern China Lecture Series Dr. Barry Naughton, UCSD "The Chinese Economy" Thursday, October 16, 2014 Dr. Barry Naughton is Sokwanlok Chair of Chinese International Affairs and Professor of Chinese Economy in UCSD's School of International Relations and Pacific Studies. He is an authority on the Chinese economy and has published widely on the topic, including authoring The Chinese Economy: Transitions and Growth (MIT, 2007), Growing Out of the Plan: Chinese Economic Reform, 1978-1993 (Cambridge, 1995, winner of the Ohira Memorial Prize), and many articles, as well as editing or co-editing volumes on topics related to the Chinese economy. Co-Sponsors of the event are CSUSB History Department, History Club/Phi Alpha Theta, the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, the College of Extended Learning, the Center for Global Management and College of Business and Public Administration, the University Diversity Committee, Pfau Library, and the Intellectual Life Fund. With special thanks to Dr. Margaret Hill and the World Affairs Council of Inland Southern California. Please contact Jeremy Murray (History Department) with any questions at [email protected]
Barry Naughton on the industrial changes surrounding the Chinese economy
 
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Barry Naughton is the Sokwanlok Chair of Chinese International Affairs at the UC San Diego School of Global Policy and Strategy. He is one of the world’s most highly respected economists working on China. He is an authority on the Chinese economy with an emphasis on issues relating to industry, trade, finance and China's transition to a market economy. Follow our social media accounts!: Facebook: www.facebook.com/gpsucsd Twitter: @GPS_UCSD Instagram: @gps_ucsd SoundCloud: @gps_ucsd
Demystifying the Chinese Economy
 
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Speaker: Professor Justin Lin Chair: Professor Danny Quah Recorded on 18 December 2012 in Old Theatre, Old Building. As a result of the miraculous growth since the market-oriented reform in 1979, China's status in the global economy has dramatically changed. This speech will reflect on China's unprecedented growth in the past 32 years, examine the reasons of that growth, and discuss prospects and challenges for China to maintain an eight-percent annual growth rate in the coming decades. Justin Yifu Lin is the former World Bank chief economist and senior vice president, development economics. Lin is the founder and first director of the China Center for Economic Research and a former professor of economics at Peking University and at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. Justin Lin is to receive an Honorary Degree from LSE -- Doctor of Science (Economics).
CeMEAS Conversations Barry Naughton: What is the Future of Made in China?
 
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Our video series “What is the Future of Made in China?” was filmed on the sidelines of a symposium of the same name held at the University of Göttingen on 17 July 2017 which drew together many of the leading thinkers on this topic from around the globe. In our conversations with three of these experts (Barry Naughton, Victor Shih, and Doris Fischer) we explore China’s new generation of muscular industrial policies that aim at making China a high-tech economy and innovation superpower. The conversations offer insight into what lies ahead for the Chinese economy and illuminate the implications of China’s plans for European countries with their own ambitions in an Industry 4.0 world. Barry Naughton Professor Barry Naughton is the Sokwanlok Chair of Chinese International Affairs at the School of Global Policy and Strategy at the University of California San Diego. He is one of the world’s most highly respected economists working on the Chinese economy. Among dozens of influential books and articles, he wrote the authoritative textbook on the subject, The Chinese Economy: Transitions and Growth, which has now been translated into Chinese. His groundbreaking book Growing Out of the Plan: Chinese Economic Reform, 1978-1993 received the Ohira Memorial Prize. More information https://www.cemeas.de/
Barry Naughton Speaks At The China Card Conference
 
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Given the importance and complexity of U.S.-China relations, it is not surprising that American policy toward China has become a potent political issue. The USC U.S-China Institute hosted a daylong conference on the role of China in American politics and whether or not policies toward China have changed or should change. Speakers included prominent policymakers, public intellectuals, and scholars. They examined the positions and actions of interest groups, the concerns and impact of allies, and the role of specialists. They also discussed perceptions of China and the U.S.-China relationship and the realities of our relationship. Barry Naughton is the Sokwanlok Chair of Chinese International Affairs at the School of Global Policy & Strategy at the UCSD. He has addressed economic reform in Chinese cities, trade and trade disputes between China and the United States, and economic interactions among China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong. Naughton wrote the most widely used textbook on China's economy, The Chinese Economy: Transitions and Growth and his groundbreaking book Growing Out of the Plan: Chinese Economic Reform, 1978-1993 received the Ohira Memorial Prize. Naughton writes a quarterly analysis of the Chinese economy for China Leadership Monitor.
Naughton Sees China Appreciating Yuan to Curb Inflation: Video
 
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Oct. 20 (Bloomberg) -- Barry Naughton, author of "The Chinese Economy: Transitions and Growth" and a China specialist at the University of California San Diego, talks about the People's Bank of China monetary policy and the yuan. China unexpectedly raised its benchmark lending and deposit rates for the first time since 2007 ahead of data that may show inflation accelerated to the fastest pace in almost two years. The move comes days before Group of 20 officials gather in South Korea to discuss the global economy amid disagreements on whether the yuan is undervalued. Naughton speaks with Rishaad Salamat on Bloomberg Television's "First Up." (Source: Bloomberg)
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What can the world learn from the Chinese economy?
 
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China will spark change in developing countries during G20 Hangzhou, while the rest of the world looks for new growth opportunities from one of the largest economies in to world.
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The Chinese Economy - its transformation and future opportunity - Knowledge Works
 
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China's rapid rise to become an 'economic superpower' has been based on international trade, foreign currency reserves and strong domestic growth. It appears to have managed the transition from a tightly government-controlled command economy, to a more open socialist market economy, better than other former command economies in Eastern Europe and other parts of the world. However, it is clear that the change in China is not yet complete, and policymakers continue to be confronted by political problems. Professor Ying Zhu will trace the transformation of the Chinese economy by drawing on the links between economic development and labour market issues. He will explore the meaning of a socialist market economy with 'Chinese characteristics' and will also discuss the evolution of the traditional social control mechanisms to those of civil society and the rule of law. This insightful Knowledge Works lecture is a not to be missed event for those conducting business or collaborating with Chinese organisations, or those simply seeking greater insight and understanding of Chinese business and its future.
The Chinese Economy - IDEC8021
 
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http://programsandcourses.anu.edu.au/course/IDEC8021 In the thirty years since China started on the path of reform in the late 1970s, it has emerged as one of the largest and most dynamic economies in the world. There has been keen interest in what have been achieved in China and more importantly what lies ahead for such a significant economic player in the world economy. This course examines China's successful experiences and lessons learned from the standpoints of economic transformation, economic development, open macroeconomics and institutional economics. First, the course discusses the transformation of the Chinese economy from a centrally-planned to a market one by highlighting the key differences between a planned and market economy, the sequencing of reform, and the importance of carrying out ownership reform and building market-compatible institutions. Second, the course analyses the development experience of Chinese transformation by covering issues such as urbanisation, income distribution, labour market development, banking sector reform, regional development, fiscal system reform, international trade and investment, China's rapid industrialisation and its increasing demand for energy and mineral resources, and the environment. Third, the course examines the macroeconomic dimension of economic transformation by looking at the importance of maintaining macroeconomic stability in the process of reform and liberalisation (including both current and capital account liberalisation), the key sources of and factor contributions to economic growth in China, and the formation and implementation of China's exchange rate policy, China's daunting task of managing its foreign reserves, China's conformity to the WTO and the prospect of internationalising its currency, the RMB. ===================== https://crawford.anu.edu.au/ ===================== Video produced by the Digital Learning Project http://asiapacific.anu.edu.au/digital-learning/
Chinese Economy: Haizheng Li, Human Capital in China
 
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The State of the Chinese Economy: Implications for China and the World This major USC US-China Institute conference examines the health and future of the Chinese economy and assesses China's economic ties with the US and others. *** Haizheng Li Economics, Georgia Institute of Technology Dr. Li is teaches economics and is also Special-Term Director of the China Center for Human Capital and Labor Market Research (CHLR), in the Central University of Economics and Finance in Beijing, China. His major research fields are labor economics and Chinese economy, with a focus on human capital issues. He is a founder of the CHLR in China, an international center on human capital studies. The Center's annual China Human Capital Report, which contains various series of human capital indexes for China. He was President of the Chinese Economists Society in 2006-07. OFFICIAL WEBSITE: http://www.uschina.usc.edu FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/uschinainstitute Classroom use of this video is permitted. We would appreciate feedback from viewers. Please write to us at [email protected]
Understanding the Chinese Economy: Where Is It Headed? (Arthur R. Kroeber & Joe Studwell)
 
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Is China heading for a crash? China’s economy inspires extreme and, often, diametrically opposed views. Bears: growth is severely unbalanced, waste unbearably high, and collapse nigh; massive stock market crashes, weakening manufacturing, and devaluation of the Chinese currency are all risk factors. Bulls: past performance is proof of the government’s managerial skill, innovation is blossoming and China will soon surpass America as the global economic powerhouse. Can we go beyond the conventional wisdom? Arthur R. Kroeber is founding partner of Gavekal Dragonomics, a China-focused economic research consultancy he helped establish in Beijing in 2002 after 15 years as a freelance financial journalist in Asia, and editor of its flagship publication China Economic Quarterly. He is also head of research at the parent company Gavekal, a financial services firm based in Hong Kong, where he advises financial, corporate and government clients on economic and political developments in China. Arthur has just published a new book, “China’s Economy: What Everyone Needs to Know”, earlier in 2016 (https://china-economy-book.com/). Arthur is a senior non-resident fellow of the Brookings-Tsinghua Center for Public Policy, adjunct professor at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs, and a member of the National Committee on US-China Relations. He lives in Beijing and New York. Joe Studwell is the founding editor of the “China Economic Quarterly”. Since 1997 the China Economic Quarterly has been the leading source of analysis and understanding of the Chinese economy for business leaders, diplomats, academics and other China-watchers. Joe has contributed to the Economist, Financial Times, Asian Wall Street Journal, Far Eastern Economic Review, and many other publications. Previous books include “How Asia Asian Godfathers” (2007, about developmental failure in south-east Asia) which sold over 16,000 copies for Profile and “The China Dream” (2002, about the 1990s foreign investment gold rush in China), and “How Asia Works” (2013, an explication of economic development across the east Asian region). Visit his blog (https://joestudwell.wordpress.com/about/) for interesting updates. This lecture was recorded on 21st November 2016 at Mill Lane Lecture Site, University of Cambridge. Want to find out more? Like our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/CambridgeSocietyForEconomicPluralism Browse our website: http://www.cambridgepluralism.org/ And of course you can also subscribe to our YouTube channel!
Regression and Revival in the Chinese Economy
 
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SAN FRANCISCO, February 3, 2015 — In one of the inaugural events of Asia Society's Forecast Asia discussion series, Nicholas R. Lardy, Barry Naughton, and Laura Tyson offer contrasting yet nuanced takes on how, and how well, China weathered the global economic slowdown. Watch the complete program: http://asi.as/DUqZS4
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[2014 Shanghai Forum] Zhang Jun "The Chinese Economy at Crossroads: End of Hyper Growth?"
 
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2014 Shanghai Forum - Economics & Finance : The Chinese Economy at Crossroads: End of Hyper Growth? Economics & Finance Session Opening and Keynote Speeches Zhang Jun (Fudan University)
Explaining the Rise of China: A Challenge to Western Social Science Theories?
 
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Presentation by Prof. Barry Naughton (UC San Diego), from the HYI roundtable on "Explaining the Rise of China: A Challenge to Western Social Science Theories?", held at Harvard University on April 5, 2010
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Clear and Present Challenges to the Chinese Economy
 
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The slides for this event are available to download here: http://www.lse.ac.uk/assets/richmedia/channels/publicLecturesAndEvents/slides/20160309_1830_clearAndPresentChallengesToTheChineseEconomy_sl.pdf Date: Wednesday 9 March 2016 Time: 6.30-8pm Venue: Old Theatre, Old Building Speaker: Dr Keyu Jin Dr Keyu Jin will discuss the impact of China’s financial reforms. Keyu Jin (@KeyuJin) is a Lecturer in the Department of Economics and a member of the Centre for Macroeconomics and Centre for Economic Performance. The Department of Economics at LSE (@LSEEcon) is one of the largest economics departments in the world. Its size ensures that all areas of economics are strongly represented in both research and teaching. The Centre For Macroeconomics (@CFMUK) brings together world-class experts to carry out pioneering research on the global economic crisis and to help design policies that alleviate it.
Chinese Economy: Casten Holz, China's Economic Growth
 
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The State of the Chinese Economy: Implications for China and the World This major USC US-China Institute conference examines the health and future of the Chinese economy and assesses China's economic ties with the US and others. *** Carsten Holz Economics, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology Carsten Holz teaches economics and currently a visiting professor at USC. His research focuses on issues of economic development in China. These include financial sector reform, the profitability of state-owned enterprises, and Chinese economic growth. Recent and ongoing research covers economic fragmentation within China, productivity growth, growth prospects, and growth strategies. OFFICIAL WEBSITE: http://www.china.usc.edu FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/uschinainstitute Classroom use of this video is permitted. We would appreciate feedback from viewers. Please write to us at [email protected]
China's economic growth
 
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Some of the story behind China's amazing economic growth since 1978
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Chinese Economy: Scott Rozelle, China's Human Capital Challenge
 
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The State of the Chinese Economy: Implications for China and the World This major USC US-China Institute conference examines the health and future of the Chinese economy and assesses China's economic ties with the US and others. *** Scott Rozelle Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies, Stanford University Scott Rozelle holds the Helen Farnsworth Endowed Professorship at Stanford University and is Senior Fellow and Professor in the Food Security and Environment Program and the Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center, Freeman Spogli Institute (FSI) for International Studies. Dr. Rozelle's research focuses on China and is concerned with three general themes; a) agricultural policy, including the supply, demand, and trade in agricultural projects, b) issue involving rural resources, especially the management of water, the forests and cultivated land; and c) the economics of poverty—with an emphasis on the economics of education and health. Rozelle is the co-director of the Rural Education Action Project (REAP). OFFICIAL WEBSITE: http://www.china.usc.edu FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/uschinainstitute Classroom use of this video is permitted. We would appreciate feedback from viewers. Please write to us at [email protected]
Chinese Economy
 
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What is the state of the Chinese economy – will it still contribute to global growth? Dr. Marc Laperrouza, EPFL – College of Humanities You can view this video and the full video archive on the Dukascopy TV page: http://www.dukascopy.com/tv/en/#163600 Смотрите Dukascopy TV на вашем языке: http://www.youtube.com/user/dukascopytvrussian 用您的语言观看杜高斯贝电视: http://www.youtube.com/user/dukascopytvchinese Miren Dukascopy TV en su idioma: http://www.youtube.com/user/dukascopytvspanish Schauen Sie Dukascopy TV in Ihrer Sprache: http://www.youtube.com/user/dukascopytvgerman Regardez la Dukascopy TV dans votre langue: http://www.youtube.com/user/dukascopytvfrench Veja a TV Dukascopy na sua língua: http://www.youtube.com/user/dukascopytvpt
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"The Growth Miracle and the Economic Transition (1978-2010)" Barry Naughton
 
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Conferencia impartida el 19 de febrero de 2018. "The Growth Miracle and the Economic Transition (1978-2010)" Barru Naughton. Comentarista: Carlos Antonio Heredia Zubieta (CIDE) Primera conferencia de tres de la Cátedra Extraordinaria México-China Eugenio Anguiano Roch "LA ECONOMÍA CHINA EN EL SIGLO XXI. MÁS ALLÁ DE REFORMAS ECONÓMICAS Y EL MILAGRO CHINO" Barry Naughton Profesor de la School of Global Policy y Strategy de la Universidad de California, San Diego. Economista y especialista sobre la economía china en temas vinculados con la industria, el comercio, las finanzas y la transición de China hacia una economía de mercado. Autor de múltiples análisis y documentos, recientemente también sobre reformas económicas en ciudades chinas, disputas comerciales y de inversión entre China y Estados Unidos y las interacciones económicas entre China, Taiwán y Hong Kong. Presentación: http://dusselpeters.com/CECHIMEX/20180219Naughton.pdf Lecturas: - 2018. "Growth Miracle and Transition" http://dusselpeters.com/CECHIMEX/20180219ChineseEconomyChapterOne.pdf - 2009. "China: Economic Transformation Before and After 1989" http://dusselpeters.com/CECHIMEX/20180219_2009reformsbeforeandafter2009naughton.pdf PODCAST en: http://dusselpeters.com/CECHIMEX/20180219NaughtonHeredia.mp3
China Reality Check: Xi Jinping's Economic Reforms: Progress, Challenges, and Contradictions
 
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Barry Naughton Sokwanlok Chair of Chinese International Affairs School of Global Policy and Strategy University of California, San Diego with commentary from: Tom Orlik Chief Asia Economist Bloomberg Moderated by: Christopher K. Johnson Senior Advisor and Freeman Chair CSIS Freeman Chair in China Studies 2015 is slated to be "the year of implementation" for China's economic reforms. Although major fiscal reforms have clearly begun, state-owned enterprise (SOE) reforms are still idling. What are the prospects of further economic reforms in the near- to medium-term? Please join us for what promises to be a rich discussion featuring one of the world's leading experts on the Chinese economy, Barry Naughton, with commentary from Beijing-based economist for Bloomberg, Tom Orlik.
Dr. Justin Lin: China's Economic Rise and the Global Economy
 
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China's Economic Rise and the Global Economy was a panel discussion with Professor Dwight Perkins (Harvard), Professor Barry Naughton (University of California San Diego), Dr. Justin Lin, Chief Economist at The World Bank. For more information please visit: www.brown.edu/yearofchina
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Keynote: Barry Naughton, What Are The Chances for Fundamental Economic Policy Reform in China?
 
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3rd Annual NYU Conference on Chinese Capital Markets -- The Prospects for Economic Reform in China Dec. 2013, NYU Kimmel Center Barry Naughton is the So Kwanlok Chair of Chinese International Affairs at the Graduate School of International Relations and Pacific Studies at the University of California, San Diego.
Chinese Economy: Structure & Growth Prospects
 
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Zhu Tian, Professor of Economics at CEIBS & Department Chair, refutes a few myths about China's economy and looks at what's ahead. This is part of CEIBS MBA China Discovery Week.
The Chinese Economy: Myths and Realities
 
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The inaugural Mok Hing Yiu Lecture, entitled: 'The Chinese Economy: Myths and Realities', was given by Professor Lawrence J. Lau, Vice-Chancellor of the Chinese University of Hong Kong. This took place in the Maplethorpe Hall. Slides from this lecture are available here: http://www.st-hughs.ox.ac.uk/alumni/events/past-events/?a=7432
Justin Lin: Demystifying the Chinese Economy
 
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The Bernard I. Fain Lecture is presented annually by the Department of Economics. The 2011 lecturer was Dr. Justin Lin is the founding director of the Center for Chinese Economic Research at Peking University and currently Chief Economist at The World Bank. The title of his talk was "Demystifying the Chinese Economy." For more information please visit: www.brown.edu/yearofchina
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Australia in the World Public Lecture - The Future of the Chinese Economy
 
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China has been Australia’s biggest trading partner since late 2007. The economy is experiencing a significant transformation with economic growth slowing down to a predicted 6.2% by 2017 from double digit levels. However, the urban middle class is expected to reach 1 billion, accounting for 70% of its population by 2030 driving massive consumer demand. As the Chinese economy becomes more innovation and consumption driven, what complements could Australia and China offer each other? What do these trends mean and what prospects are there for Australia? At this public lecture, Professor Wang Depei, Chief Economist from Forecast Thinktank in Shanghai talked about the complexity of the Chinese economy and the significance for both Australia and China. Professor Ross Garnaut AO provided an Australian perspective on the future of the Chinese economy and share his insights on how to capture the economic potential of this important relationship. Professor Wang Depei is the Vice President of the China Society of Economic Reform, Visiting Professor at Peking University, Zhejiang University, Fudan University, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Tongji University. Professor Ross Garnaut AO is Professorial Research Fellow in Economics at the University of Melbourne.
Scott Thiel - The Chinese economy
 
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Scott Thiel, BlackRock says the fall in global commodity prices and the slowdown of the Chinese economy was a reflection of the uncertainty of global growth.
Barry Naughton - Panel Remarks - Growing Pains in a Rising China
 
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2007th Stated Meeting Growing Pains in a Rising China American Academy of Arts & Sciences April 17, 2014
The Year Ahead 5 Dec 16: Outlook for the Chinese Economy
 
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CBA China and Asia Economist, Wei Li takes a look at the outlook for economic growth in China, including home prices, fixed asset investment and exports. [MANDARIN Version ] CBA Global Markets Research 23 Jan 17: Outlook for the Chinese Economy https://youtu.be/siDCYntzvPM Visit CommSec https://www.commsec.com.au/market-news/the-markets.html Follow Us On Twitter http://www.twitter.com/commsec Subscribe to CommSecTV http://youtube.com/subscrip… Discuss the market in CommSec Community. Log into your CommSec account, click on Community and Join In.
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Chinese Economy: Albert Park, The Chinese Labor Market
 
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The State of the Chinese Economy: Implications for China and the World This major USC US-China Institute conference examines the health and future of the Chinese economy and assesses China's economic ties with the US and others. *** Albert Park Economics, Oxford University Professor Park's recent research focuses on poverty, human capital (health and education), labor markets, and globalization. In addition to being a professor of Economy of China at Oxford, he is also research fellow at both the Center for Economic Policy Research (CEPR) and the IZA Institute for the Study of Labor. He is currently co-directing the Gansu Survey of Children and Families (GSCF), a longitudinal study of rural youth in western China, and the China Health and Retirement Longitudinal Survey (CHARLS). OFFICIAL WEBSITE: http://www.china.usc.edu FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/uschinainstitute Classroom use of this video is permitted. We would appreciate feedback from viewers. Please write to us at [email protected]
"The End of the Growth Miracle: State Capitalism and the New Normal in China Today"  Barry Naughton
 
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Conferencia impartida el 21 de febrero de 2018. "The End of the Growth Miracle: State Capitalism and the New Normal in China Today" Barry Naughton. Comentarista: Enrique Dussel Peters (UNAM-FE-Cechimex) Segunda conferencia de tres de la Cátedra Extraordinaria México-China Eugenio Anguiano Roch "LA ECONOMÍA CHINA EN EL SIGLO XXI. MÁS ALLÁ DE REFORMAS ECONÓMICAS Y EL MILAGRO CHINO" Barry Naughton Profesor de la School of Global Policy y Strategy de la Universidad de California, San Diego. Economista y especialista sobre la economía china en temas vinculados con la industria, el comercio, las finanzas y la transición de China hacia una economía de mercado. Autor de múltiples análisis y documentos, recientemente también sobre reformas económicas en ciudades chinas, disputas comerciales y de inversión entre China y Estados Unidos y las interacciones económicas entre China, Taiwán y Hong Kong. Presentación: http://dusselpeters.com/CECHIMEX/20180221Naughton.pdf Lecturas: - 2017. Is China socialist?" http://dusselpeters.com/CECHIMEX/201802192017IsChinaSocialist.pdf - 2009. "China´s Emergence from Economic Crisis" http://dusselpeters.com/CECHIMEX/20180219JICA-RI_WP_No53_2013.pdf PODCAST en: http://dusselpeters.com/CECHIMEX/20180221NaughtonDusselP.mp3
Chinese Economy: Victor Shih, Awash in Debt
 
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The State of the Chinese Economy: Implications for China and the World This major USC US-China Institute conference examines the health and future of the Chinese economy and assesses China's economic ties with the US and others. *** Victor Shih Political Science, Northwestern University Victor C. Shih teaches political economy. He is the author of Factions and Finance in China: Elite Conflict and Inflation, the first book to inquire the linkages between elite politics and banking policies in China. Prof. Shih has published numerous articles appearing in academic and business journals and frequent adviser to the financial community on the banking industry in China. His current research concerns Chinese banking policies, exchange rates, elite political dynamics and local government debt in China. OFFICIAL WEBSITE: http://www.china.usc.edu FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/uschinainstitute Classroom use of this video is permitted. We would appreciate feedback from viewers. Please write to us at [email protected]
Liang Xinjun: Chinese Economy's New Norm
 
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Liang Xinjun is Vice Chairman and CEO at Fosun Group.
[2014 Shanghai Forum] Barry Naughton "The End of Hyper-Growth: Managing the Slow-Down"
 
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2014 Shanghai Forum - Economics & Finance : The Chinese Economy at Crossroads: End of Hyper Growth? 발표주제 : The End of Hyper-Growth: Managing the Slow-Down Barry Naughton (The University of California, San Diego)
Chinese Economy: Xiaobo Zhang, Bride Prices and House Prices
 
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The State of the Chinese Economy: Implications for China and the World This major USC US-China Institute conference examines the health and future of the Chinese economy and assesses China's economic ties with the US and others. *** Xiaobo ZHANG International Food Policy Research Institute Xiaobo Zhang received his Ph.D. from Cornell University. He is a senior research fellow at the Development Strategy and Governance Division of the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) and leads IFPRI's rural-urban linkage program. He is a Co-editor of Chinese Economic Review, the leading English journal on the Chinese economy. He was selected as the president of Chinese Economists Society from 2005 to 2006. OFFICIAL WEBSITE: http://www.china.usc.edu FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/uschinainstitute Classroom use of this video is permitted. We would appreciate feedback from viewers. Please write to us at [email protected]
China's Misunderstood Macroeconomic Indicators: Vidar Andersen at TEDxHultBusinessSchoolSH
 
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China does not need economic reform too increase consumption's share of GDP. Also, while the ascend to become the world's largest economy is in constant focus, most miss the fact that the top-position might quickly be regained by the US. The answer to why this is so, lies in the demographics. In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
Views: 7579 TEDx Talks
China: Fragile Superpower
 
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11/19/2014 --- Scholars from the 21st Century China Program at UC San Diego’s School of International Relations and Pacific Studies join us to examine China’s domestic challenges. Susan Shirk is a former deputy assistant secretary of state in the Bureau of East Asia and Pacific Affairs for the Clinton administration. Her latest book is Changing Media, Changing China. Tai Ming Cheung is an analyst of Chinese defense and national security. His latest book is Fortifying China: The Struggle to Build a Modern Defense Economy. Barry Naughton is an authority on the Chinese economy, with an emphasis on issues relating to industry, trade, finance, and China's transition to a market economy. His most recent book is The Chinese Economy: Transitions and Growth. http://hammer.ucla.edu/programs-events/2014/11/china-fragile-superpower/
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Hidden Chinese Economy
 
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http://www.profitableinvestingtips.com/profitable-investing-tips/hidden-chinese-economy Hidden Chinese Economy By www.ProfitableInvestingTips.com China has been the wonder of the economic world over the last forty years. With growth rates often exceeding ten percent per year China has moved to first place in the world in value of exports. However, China ranks sixth in gross national income due to its heavy reliance on exports to the neglect of its domestic markets. Along the way Chinese banks have been very free in lending money, especially to high ranking members of the Communist Party and their friends and families. The suggestion of large pools of loans invisible to the outside world is reminiscent of the situation in Japan in the late 1980s. Just as Japan seemed set to conquer the world economically it went into economic stagnation and deflation that lasted over two decades and is just now emerging. This hidden Chinese economy of loans has the potential to kill the Chinese economic miracle, at least for the foreseeable future. Another hidden Chinese economy issue is the large number of empty buildings that Chinese investors believe are repositories of wealth. When the Chinese real estate bubble bursts many investors will find that the money that they borrowed to buy real estate is still due but that the value of the real estate they purchased is nowhere near what they owe. Trying to Fix the Hidden Chinese Economy The People's Bank of China has been tightening up on its lending in an attempt to clean up loan portfolios without killing all economic growth. A major issue for foreign as well as domestic investors is the accuracy of Chinese economic data. The many hidden loans in Japan were not visible and were a rot at the core of the Japanese economic miracle. Is this the case with a hidden Chinese economy of bad loans, inflated housing values and doctored economic figures? Fundamental analysis can be misleading even for investment in a China with lower growth targets if the basic data is not accurate. In a democracy the government derives its power and authority from the consent of the governed. Chairman Mao, the founder of Communist China, said that political power came from the barrel of a gun. Today the Communist elite in China are often the main beneficiaries of the economic miracle via preferred loans and ownership/management of businesses with preferential connections. China has prospered because it has let up on the strict controls of the early days. But it needs to maintain growth and a certain level of prosperity in order to avoid civil unrest without reverting to the gun barrel approach to power. Thus the People's Bank of China needs to reduce the money supply without killing the economic miracle. In a sense only the folks on top of the ruling pyramid in China know the whole story and the hidden Chinese economy and just how dangerous things are at the moment. Facts and Figures Here are some facts and figures regarding how China ranks in the world of exports and the world of gross domestic income. Nation Value of Exports (2012) China $ 2,057,000,000,000 United States $ 1,564,000,000,000 Germany $ 1,460,000,000,000 Japan $ 773,900,000,000 France $ 567,100,000,000 China leads everyone in the value of what they export. Nation Gross National Income United States $9,780,000,000,000.00 Japan $4,520,000,000,000.00 Germany $1,940,000,000,000.00 United Kingdom $1,480,000,000,000.00 France $1,380,000,000,000.00 China $1,130,000,000,000.00 Italy $1,120,000,000,000.00 These figures put China in sixth place for total value of goods and services produced. This is because China's economy is so heavily tilted toward exports and not its domestic markets. Many believe that to fix the hidden Chinese economy more money needs to be allotted to small businesses and normal households. This is a difficult task for the Communist task masters who always feel more comfortable with huge mega projects which they can control and from which they can siphon profits. In the end the hidden Chinese economy is a threat to foreign investors, nations that supply raw materials to China and Asian neighbors who will feel threatened by economic and social instability if the hidden Chinese economy implodes. http://youtu.be/HRrS-ooGMfI
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China's economic model
 
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The Lesson of China's Market Economy
 
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Doug Guthrie, Dean and Professor of the George Washington University School of Business, argues that businesses should move away from the "doom and gloom" view of China and pay attention to how the country is succeeding. Guthrie asserts that the United States, the standard-bearer of capitalism, can learn something from the "institutional innovation" of China.
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CeMEAS Conversations Victor Shih: What is the Future of Made in China?
 
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Our video series “What is the Future of Made in China?” was filmed on the sidelines of a symposium of the same name held at the University of Göttingen on 17 July 2017 which drew together many of the leading thinkers on this topic from around the globe. In our conversations with three of these experts (Barry Naughton, Victor Shih, and Doris Fischer) we explore China’s new generation of muscular industrial policies that aim at making China a high-tech economy and innovation superpower. The conversations offer insight into what lies ahead for the Chinese economy and illuminate the implications of China’s plans for European countries with their own ambitions in an Industry 4.0 world. Victor Shih is Associate Professor of Political Economy at the School of Global Policy & Strategy at the University of California San Diego. He has published widely on the politics of Chinese banking policies, fiscal policies and exchange rates. He was the first analyst to identify the risk of massive local government debt. He is the author of Factions and Finance in China: Elite Conflict and Inflation. Shih is currently engaged in a study of how the coalition-formation strategies of founding leaders had a profound impact on the evolution of the Chinese Communist Party. More information https://www.cemeas.de/
Chinese Economy: Ching Kwan Lee, Discussant of Labor
 
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The State of the Chinese Economy: Implications for China and the World This major USC US-China Institute conference examines the health and future of the Chinese economy and assesses China's economic ties with the US and others. *** Ching Kwan LEE Sociology, University of California at Los Angeles Professor Lee teaches sociology. Her current research focuses on the politics of rights and the changing citizenship regime in China. She's also investigating Chinese investment and labor practices in Africa. Lee is the author or editor of five books and numerous articles. Two of her most recent books are Against the Law: Labor Protests in China's Rustbelt and Sunbelt and Working in China: Ethnographies of Labor and Workplace Transformation. OFFICIAL WEBSITE: http://www.china.usc.edu FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/uschinainstitute Classroom use of this video is permitted. We would appreciate feedback from viewers. Please write to us at [email protected]
Chinese Economy: Deng Yongheng, China's Housing Market
 
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The State of the Chinese Economy: Implications for China and the World This major USC US-China Institute conference examines the health and future of the Chinese economy and assesses China's economic ties with the US and others. *** Deng Yongheng Institute of Real Estate Studies, National University of Singapore Prof. Deng teaches finance and real estate and is director of the NUS Institute of Real Estate Studies. He is a council member of the World Economic Forum's Global Agenda Council on Urban and Real Estate Development. He has served as a member of Singapore Economic Strategy Committee sub Committee on Land, and is a member of the NUS Global Asia Institute Steering Committee. He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of California at Berkeley. He previously taught at the University of Southern California. OFFICIAL WEBSITE: http://www.china.usc.edu FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/uschinainstitute Classroom use of this video is permitted. We would appreciate feedback from viewers. Please write to us at [email protected].edu.
China's economy and the sustainability challenge
 
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The Growth Net Monday 11 March 2013 12:15-13:15, Mumtaz Mahal, Taj Palace, New Delhi China's economy and the sustainability challenge China's economy is expected to experience some rebound in 2013, from the 7.5% GDP growth of 2012 - the lowest in the last 10 years. However, the country remains confronted to the major challenge of moving from one growth model to another -- with all the challenges involved in that transition -- while meeting the increasing expectations of the people. What orientations will the new leadership in Beijing define and how far will they be able to go in implementing them while keeping social stability? Cherie Nursalim, Executive Director, Giti Group, Indonesia Timothy Stratford, Partner, Head of Beijing Office, Covington & Burling and Former Assistant US Trade Representative, USA Xiang Bing, Dean, Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business, People's Republic of China Moderated by: Claude Smadja President, Smadja & Smadja Strategic Advisory, Switzerland
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A New Historical Beginning: Lead to China’s Economic New Normal
 
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Interview Jong-Wha Lee Former Chief Economists, Asia Development Bank; Director of Asiatic Research Institute, Korea University If we look at the historical evidence of the economic growth across economies, particular China’s past growth, certainly the supply side is very important for long-term growth. So President Xi’s initiative is on the right point for the China’s sustainable growth. Interview Ricardo Melendez Chief Executive, International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development The Chinese consumers themselves they prefer to buy clothes made in Europe for instance than clothes made in China, but China is the largest factory of clothing of the world. So why is this? And it may have to do with the fact that again quality wise. There is a need for improvement and there is a need for more investment in that respect rather than quantity, as it was in the past. That’s part of again of climbing up the value chain in production. So China can compete with those world brands at the same level. Looking through the 13th Five-year Plan, I think there are some elements there that are they write it again to that objective. And so I am also optimistic in that sense, I think that, you said it , China has a very large market, and growing market, and that market is of great interest to foreign competitors, and again the competition is which drive that China’s upgrading and a better participation of Chinese brands in the global market. Interview Ajit Ranade Senior President & Chief Economist, Aditya Birla Group; Member, CII China Core Group The thing is Chinese’s growth has depended on exports, but the export markets in western economies, are slowing down and therefore there is a rethink about whether this mix of the three drivers should be rebalanced. Of course when President Xi Jinping came and the new policy in the 13th Five-year Plan, they all contemplate to rebalance the economy or they called harmonious society. So rebalancing means increasing the share of consumption, increasing the importance of domestic markets, decreasing the importance of investment spending, and decreasing the dependency on export alone. The role of innovation of course as an growth driver comes from the supply side, so consumption plus investment plus export, this is the demand side of the picture and I recommend. If you look at economic growth from structural supply side, it’s an consequence of innovation, productivity, technological change, and all that. Interview Fakhruddin Ahmed Former Prime Minister of Bangladesh China grew rapidly during the last more than two decades, and its growth does slow down. But I think China is adjusting by its own policy decision. The growth path that China is embarking now will allow it to improve the quality of growth to more sustainable levels and I do believe that this “New Normal” that we are talking about will also take China to continue its march towards further improvement in the living standards of the people and better quality of life. And more sustainable is a more important factor in my mind.

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