Author Archives: Sizhong Sun

Prosperity: China Story Yearbook 2017

China’s prosperity has changed the world: ANU China Yearbook China will be the world’s largest economy within a lifetime and Australia needs to prepare for it. This is one of the key messages in The Australian National University’s (ANU) 2017 … Continue reading

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Dr Geoff Raby: Australia’s former Ambassador to China to address CESA2018

Australia’s former Ambassador to China to address CESA2018 March 1 2018 Dr Geoff Raby, Chairman & CEO of Geoff Raby & Associates and former Australian Ambassador to China, will join the Chinese Economics Society Australia 2018 Annual Conference (CESA2018) distinguished … Continue reading

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Postdoc position at CEPAR UNSW Sydney (focus on China)

We are looking for a Senior Research Associate (2-year postdoc) to join the Australia-China Population Ageing Research Hub at UNSW Sydney. The Hub is based at the UNSW node of the ARC Centre of Excellence in Population Ageing Research (CEPAR). … Continue reading

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The 30th CESA Annual Conference, University of Technology Sydney, Sydney, Australia, 15-17th July 2018

The 30th Annual Conference Chinese Economics Society Australia (CESA) China’s Economy in Xi Jinping’s ‘New Era’ DATES Sunday 15 – Tuesday 17 July 2018 VENUE University of Technology Sydney Sydney, New South Wales, Australia Click here to register… OVERVIEW At … Continue reading

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James Laurenceson: The risk we take when we panic about China’s rise

Sometimes Australia can slip into panic mode when confronted by China’s rapid rise. Australian universities are now the centre of attention. They increasingly employ Chinese citizens and Chinese-Australians as researchers, and nearly 40 per cent of the fee-paying, international students … Continue reading

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Zhou Zhang-Yue: Achieving Food Security in China

The book examines China’s food security practices in the past six decades, explores the root causes that led to food shortages or abundances, and elaborates on the challenges that China has to deal with in order to improve its future … Continue reading

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Rebalancing Chinese growth: Tougher challenges may lie elsewhere

Rebalancing Chinese growth: Tougher challenges may lie elsewhere http://www.lowyinterpreter.org/post/2016/03/23/Rebalancing-Chinese-growth-Tougher-challengers-may-lie-elsewhere.aspx

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Unpacking the many consequences of China’s housing boom

Unpacking the many consequences of China’s housing boom http://andrewbatson.com/2016/03/23/unpacking-the-many-consequences-of-chinas-housing-boom/  

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China Conference by Reserve Bank of Australia,17–18 March 2016

Structural Change in China: Implications for Australia and the World http://www.rba.gov.au/publications/confs/2016/    

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Shared Destiny – China Story Yearbook 2014 by Australian Centre on China in the World, ANU

Shared Destiny – China Story Yearbook 2014 – Australian Centre on China in the World, ANU The Australian Centre on China in the World (CIW), ANU, launched its annual China Story Yearbook 2014, called Shared Destiny, which is freely downloadable … Continue reading

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