Economics of China panel April 19

China's Economic Transformation

Tuesday, April 19, 2016
5:30pm Panel Discussion
7:00pm Reception

University Hall, McNamara Alumni Center
200 Oak Street S.E.
Minneapolis, MN 55455

Please register online to attend.

Since the 1980's, China has experienced an economic boom. What does their rise to one of the world's largest economic powers look like from the inside? Moving forward, what are the ramifications for those of us on the outside? Given the recent slowdown in growth and apparent industrial overcapacity, what should we expect to see ahead? Economists will discuss their latest research on China's growth, innovation and capital flows, and put trends into context from a domestic and international perspective.

Ellen McGrattan
Professor of Economics, University of Minnesota

Kjetil Storesletten
Professor of Economics, University of Oslo

Moderated by
Jose Peris
Senior Vice President, Regional Managing Director,
Ascent Private Capital Management of U.S. Bank

The Heller-Hurwicz Economics Institute is a new global initiative in the College of Liberal Arts at the University of Minnesota created to inform and influence public policy by supporting and promoting frontier economic research and by communicating our findings to leading academics, policymakers, and business executives around the world.

forwarded by Camila Fonseca Sarmiento

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