Pacific Asian Lecture Series: Rebalancing China's Political Economy and ImplicatJuly 23, 4:15pm - 5:30pm
Mānoa Campus, BusAd G-102
The Pacific Asian Management Institute (PAMI) invites you to our Summer 2013 Pacific Asian Lecture Series (PALS)! All PALS lectures are FREE and open to the public. Advance RSVP not required.
Tuesday, July 23, 2013
Shidler College of Business BusAd G-102
Topic: "Rebalancing China's Political Economy and Implications for Global Business "
Speaker: Dr. Christopher A. McNally
Associate Professor, Chaminade University; Adjunct Senior Fellow, East-West Center
This lecture examines China's emergent political economy, especially with regard to recent policy efforts that seek to rebalance the country's dynamic of economic growth. China has relied over the past thirty years heavily on exports and investment to drive growth. Various initiatives now aim to create a more balanced model of growth that relies on domestic consumption, especially via urbanization. The lecture ends with several implications of these policy efforts for the global economic system and business prospects internationally.
About the Speaker:
Christopher A. McNally is an Associate Professor of Political Economy at Chaminade University and Adjunct Senior Fellow at the East-West Center in Honolulu, USA. His research focuses on comparative capitalism, especially the nature and logic of China’s capitalist transition. He is also working on a research project that studies the implications of China’s capitalist reemergence on the global order.
He has held fellowships conducting fieldwork and research at the Asia Research Center in West Australia, the Institute of Asia Pacific Studies at the Chinese University of Hong Kong and at the Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences. He received his Ph.D. in political science from the University of Washington. He has edited four volumes, including an examination of China’s political economy: China’s Emergent Political Economy – Capitalism in the Dragon’s Lair (Routledge, 2008). He also has authored numerous book chapters, policy analyses, editorials and articles in journals such as Business and Politics, Communist and Post-Communist Studies, Comparative Social Research and World Politics.
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