China Update 2009

Hosted by the Rio Tinto - ANU China Partnership
14 July

 

China’s new place in a world in crisis
Economic, geopolitical and environmental dimensions

China Update 2009: China’s New Place in a World in Crisis
Economic, Geopolitical and Environmental Dimensions
Ross Garnaut, Ligang Song and Wing Thye Woo

The world and China’s place in it have been transformed over the past year. The pressures for change have come from the most severe global financial crisis ever, and from what so far is the largest decline in output over a comparably short period in the history of the word economy.

China and its economic prospects have also changed, but not so much as China’s place in a changing world. The global financial crisis has accelerated China’s emergence as a great power, in advance of China or its global partners thinking and working through the consequences for managing the implications for the governance of world affairs.

The China Update 2009 brings an international group of authorities together to examine how China's increasing significance effects macroeconomic adjustments amid the current global recession, economic and financial integration, and issues of the environment and climate change.

Podcast series:

China Update 2009: Keynote Address by The Hon Wayne Swan MP, Treasurer
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China Update 2009: Opening Panel on China’s New Place in the World
Ross Garnaut (chair), Wing Thye Woo, Fan Gang, Chen Ping & Hugh White
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China Update 2009: Session 1 - Economic Adjustments amid the Global Crisis
Ligang Song (chair), W. Max Corden, Yiping Huang, Xiaolu Wang & Guonan Ma
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China Update 2009: Session 2 - The Impact of the Global Crisis in China
Wing Thye Woo (chair), Qu Yue, Meng Xin, Xiao Geng & Prema-chandra Athukorala
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China Update 2009: Session 3 - Economic Integration
Yiping Huang (chair), Huw McKay, Will Martin, Chunlai Chen & Peter Drysdale
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China Update 2009: Session 4 - The Environment and Climate Change
Jane Golley (chair), Yongsheng Zhang, Stephen Howes & Jinjun Xue
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China Update 2009: China’s emerging generation of leaders: trajectory for the future
Ross Garnaut (chair) & Cheng Li
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China Update 2009:  Discussion Panel & Closing Remarks
Ross Garnaut (chair), Yiping Huang, Chen Ping Wing Thye Woo, W. Max Corden, Hugh White, Cheng Li & Mark McGillivray
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Media releases

  • Treasurer Wayne Swan’s speech to the China Update
  • No need for angst on Chinese investment
  • China detains more steel executives
  • L'Australie approuve régulièrement des propositions d'investissements chinoises
  • Wayne Swan - Address to the ANU China Update Conference, Canberra
  • China should privatise state-owned companies
  • The China syndrome
  • A pact with China as it pursues growth
  • Hopes rest on China to save Copenhagen climate deal

Download the full » agenda [PDF 0KB]

Details of the China Update:

When: Tuesday, 14 July 2009
Time: 8:45am - 5:30pm
Where: Coombs Lecture Theatre, ANU

Registration (general): $100
Registration (student): $35 (limited)

All participants receive a copy of the book: Ross Garnaut, Ligang Song and Wing Thye Woo (eds) China’s New Place in a World in Crisis: economic, geopolitical and environmental dimensions, ANU E Press & Brookings Institution Press
Earlier books in the China Update Book Series »

For further information please contact Dominic Meagher
dominic.meagher@anu.edu.au +61 (2) 6125 3831

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