China Symposium at University of Melbourne, 8 July 2015

Centre for Contemporary Chinese Studies and
Centre for Asian Business and Economics

China Symposium

China’s Domestic Transformation in a Global Context

The China Symposium brings together leading academics and policy advisors to discuss the latest research on the Chinese economy.

This past year has seen momentous changes in China: a significant slowdown of economic growth, an acceleration of capital account liberalization, a spate of new initiatives in regional trade agreements including the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement, the BRICs Bank, the AIIB and the One-Belt-One-Road Initiative, and the US-China Agreement on Climate Change, just to name a few. How are these changes unfolding? How will they affect China’s growth and that of other economies?

Time and Date: 5.00pm-7.00pm, Wednesday 8 July 2015
Venue: Copland Theatre, The Spot, University of Melbourne, 198 Berkeley Street, Carlton


  • Ross Garnaut AO, The University of Melbourne
  • Ligang Song, Australian National University
  • Christine Wong, The University of Melbourne
  • Guonan Ma, Fung Global Institute, Bruegel
  • Liqing Zhang, Central University of Finance and Economics, Beijing
  • He Fan, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
  • Xunpeng Shi, National University of Singapore
  • Lauren Johnston, University of Melbourne

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