AGI Global History Lecture Series: China and Great Divergence: A Global History of Living Standards and Well-being

Thursday, September 8, 2016, 1230 – 1400

Debin Ma of the London School of Economics presents the inaugural lecture of the AGI Global History Lecture Series. The goal of the Series is to shed light on the present and future of the world by looking at our long-term past.

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AGI Lecture: Capturing China's $5 Trillion Productivity Opportunity

Tuesday, September 6, 2016, 1315 – 1415

McKinsey Global Institute’s Dr Jonathan Woetzel has led research efforts on global economic trends, productivity growth, and economic development in China and Asia. Hear him speak on what the country needs to do to shift from its investment-led model to a more productivity-led one.

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Asia-Global Dialogue 2016: Towards a New Economic Order

January 28, 2016

Asia-Global Dialogue 2016 covered finance, sustainability, technology, trade, and development economics in far-reaching discussions over what form and direction a new order might take.

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Public Seminar: China's Financial Future

Monday, June 8, 2015, 8:30AM - 12:30PM

China may be the world’s second largest economy today, but has its financial system caught up? Held in association with the University of Hong Kong, this public event seeks to discuss possible ways forward for China’s powerful currency, the Renminbi, and to address issues and potential concerns triggered by China’s Shadow Banking sector.

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Enabling Asia's Future

Hear From the World’s Leading Thinkers

May 5, 2014

This seminar is open to the public, admission is free. Please register at www.socsc.hku.hk/FGIseminar. For enquiries, please call +852 2300 2728 or contact us at fgievent@fginstitute.org

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