China’s leadership is trying to move from a production-oriented economy to a consumption-based, people-centered model, to rebalance its economy. The global firms that used to benefit from China’s investment boom have to rethink their strategies for the years ahead, with the country’s new economic growth model.
If you are doing business in or with China, you’d better understand how this huge economy is going and where it is heading for. You have to get a macro perspective, to truly grasp the “big picture” of China’s development so as to better understand the micro- issues you are faced with in your daily business.
15:10-16:30 “The Rebalancing and Growth Prospects of China’s Economy”
Prof. Yang Yao, Dean and Professor, National School of Development at Peking University
16:30-17:00 MBA Information Session
Kelvin Yu, MBA Manager, BiMBA, National School of Development at Peking University
17:00-18:00 Networking and Magnolia Flower Appreciation in the Langrun Garden
Snacks and drinks provided
Dean and Professor, National School of Development (NSD), Peking University
Yang Yao is a professor at the China Center for Economic Research (CCER) and the National School of Development (NSD), Peking University. He currently serves as the director of CCER and the dean of NSD. He is a member of the China Finance 40 Forum. His research interests include economic transition and development in China. He has published more than hundred research papers in international and domestic journals as well as several books on institutional economics and economic development in China. He is also a prolific writer for magazines and newspapers, including the Financial Times and the Project Syndicate.
Dr. Yao was awarded the 2008 and 2014 Sun Yefang Award in Economic Science, the 2008 and 2010 Pu Shan Award in International Economics and the 2008 Zhang Peigang Award in Development Economics, and was named the Best Teacher by the Peking University Student Union in 2006.
Dr Yao obtained a BS in geography in 1986 and an MS in economics in 1989, both from Peking University, and his PhD in development economics from the department of agricultural and applied economics at the University of Wisconsin–Madison in 1996.