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China’s economic growth is faced with both headwinds and great potential. As China continues to grow in economic size and impact and is projected to become a high-income country by 2023, what happens in China such as changes in government policies, firm performances, new technologies, new products and innovation increasingly matter for the global economy. This naturally creates new expectations and tensions as well as opportunities.
What paths will the Chinese economy take post-COVID-19 pandemic? How will Chinese firms grow further in the international market? What policies will deliver welfare improvement for both the Chinese people and people across the world? What are the key determinants of sustainable growth across China and the world economy? A lot is at stake; therefore, in-depth and open discussions and research are very much needed.
Against this background, the Conference of Chinese Economics Society Australia (CESA) attracts participants worldwide to address major economic issues facing China, as well as their global impacts. The 32nd annual CESA meeting is organised by Arndt-Corden Department of Economics, Crawford School of Public Policy of the Australian National University in Canberra.
This is a hybrid event with attendance options available in-person and online.