China’s economy at a crossroads

With impecable timing, we are organising a one day conference on China in Copenhagen, on January 26. The blurb below, program and registration here.

Since the global financial crisis, it is becoming increasingly apparent that China matters for the stability and growth of the world economy. Yet questions of how, why and to what extent have not been settled. Pessimists predict a hard landing that will spread deflationary pressures across the world, while optimists retain their faith in the ability of China to learn from its experiments and keep the engine running. In this conference, we engage regulators, academics and market participants in a conversation that explores critical questions of macroeconomic rebalancing, debt and currency management, RMB internationalization, monetary policy and capital account liberalization.

Speakers
Christopher Balding, Peking University, HSBC Business School
Luke Deer, Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, University of Sydney
Daniela Gabor, Associate Professor, University of West England
Tao Guan, Senior Fellow at CF 40, former Director-General of Balance of Payments Department, State Administration of Foreign Exchange (SAFE)
Patrick Hess, Senior Financial Market and China Expert, European Central Bank
Hu Hongbo, First Political Secretary, Chinese Embassy of Copenhagen
Yang Jiang, Senior Researcher, Danish Institute for International Studies
Zhang Jun, Director of China Centre for Economic Studies, Fudan University
Annina Kaltenbrunner, Lecturer, Leeds University Business School
George Magnus, Associate at Oxford University’s China Centre
Allan von Mehren, Chief Analyst and Head of International Macro, Danske Bank
Anders Svendsen, Chief Analyst, Emerging Markets Division, Nordea
Niels Thygesen, Professor Emeritus, University of Copenhagen
Jakob Vestergaard, Senior Researcher, Danish Institute for International Studies
Ming Zhang, Director, Department of International Investment, Institute of World Economics and Politics, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS), Beijing

 

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