International Symposium”Future Challenges for China”
While China has rapidly emerged as one of the world’s biggest economies, its growth has slowed down particularly after the 2008 Global Financial Crisis, and it has started to face many new challenges. With the one-child policy reducing the population size and accelerating population ageing, will labor scarcity hamper China’s future economic growth? Will the future labor force be skilled enough to support the economy’s competitiveness in the global standard? In this lecture, three world’s top-notch researchers in China studies address these questions.
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|Date / Time||2014.5.21／09：30～2014.5.21／12：30|
|Speaker||Professor Scott Rozelle (Stanford University), Professor Albert Park (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology), Professor Xin Meng (Australian National University)|
|Title||Future Challenges for China|
|Venue||GRIPS 1F Meeting Room 1A|
|Language||English (simultaneous translation to Japanese available)|