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【10.8 Agenda】The Way Forward in the US-China Economic Relationship
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The Way Forward in the US-China Economic Relationship

Organised by 

Institute of New Structural Economics and Heritage Foundation

 

Date: 8:45-12:00, October 8, 2018

Venue: Wanzhong Building, Langrun Garden, Peking University

 

Concept Note for Discussion

 

President Xi Jinping consolidated his power, laid out his grand vision, and charted his plans for China’s rejuvenation in the 19th Party Congress last year. He won a second five-year term in March this year. The People’s congress has also revised the constitution and removed the term limit of his presidency. As a second largest economy and the largest trading country in the world, Xi’s vision and policies have significant impact on China and the world. President Trump won the election in 2016 on the platform of Making America Great Again. To deliver his campaign promises, he has withdrawn from TPP, Paris Climate Accord and Iran Nuclear Deal. He has also initiated a trade war with all major trading partners, especially China. He sees China as a rivalry. How China and the US’s relation evolves will have a significant implication for China, the US and the World. The aim of this forum is to explore China’s development under Xi Jinping’s leadership and future relation between the US and China.

 

8:30-8:45am Coffee and Tea

8:45-9:10am Opening

Moderator: Professor Yong Wang, Deputy Dean, Institute of New Structural

Economics, Peking University (5 minutes)

Speaker:P.H.YU, Chairman, Council of Institute of New Structural

Economics, Peking University (10 minutes)

Edwin J. Feulner, Founder and Former President, Heritage Foundation (10 minutes)


9:10-10:30am

Session I: 中美经济模式差异如何影响全球化的发展 The Effects of Different Chinese and American Economic Models on the Development of Economic Globalization


Moderator:

Professor Yong Wang, Deputy Dean, Institute of New Structural Economics, Peking University (5 minutes)

Speaker: 

Justin Yifu Lin, Dean, Institute of New Structural Economics,Peking University (15 minutes)

Yiping Huang, Deputy Dean, National School of Development, Peking University (15 minutes)

Jim Dorn, Vice President for Monetary Studies, Cato Institute(15 minutes)

Phill Swagel, Professor in international Economic Policy,University of Maryland (15 minutes)

Panel Discussion: (15 minutes)

 

10:30am-11:50am

Session II: 中美贸易摩擦和中美未来经济发展 The Implications of US-China Trade Disputes on Their Mutual Economic Relations Going Forward

 

Moderator: Walter Benton Lohman, Director of Asian Studies Center,Heritage Foundation

Speaker: Feng LU, Professor, National School of Development,Peking University

Yu Yongding, President, World Economics Association; Former Director General, Institute of World Economics and Politics, ChineseAcademy of Social Sciences

Derek Michael Scissors, American Enterprise Institute

Benjamin Riley Walters, Policy Analyst for Asia Economy and Technology, Heritage Foundation

Panel Discussion:  (15 minutes)

 

11:50-12:00am Final Conclusion

Dr. P.H.YU, Chairman, Council of Institute of New Structural Economics, Peking University (10 minutes)

 

12:30-14:00pm Lunch

Quanjude Roast Duck at Tsinghua Science Park

 

(The event will be opened to media and public, Lunch will be closed)


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