China’s most recent challenge is, arguably, its transformation from a manufacturing-driven and export-led economy to one sustained by services and domestic consumption under the “New Normal”, namely China’s slowing economic growth. According to the economic theory, growth in the long run depends on changes in capital, labor and technology/productivity. The “New Normal”, therefore, has been… Continue reading Origins of the Belt and Road Initiative: China’s economic slowdown, Clinton’s New Silk Road, TPP?
So here are the application questions and my answers to them. How would you reply? Please, do share your ideas below. Why would you like to participate in the Yenching Global Symposium, and how do you see yourself contributing to the Symposium? This can include your research, a project you are currently working on, or… Continue reading Yenching Global Symposium 2017: successful application – part 2