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China's Economic Emergence: Progress, Pitfalls and Implications

Leading economists at Columbia, including Nobel Laureate Joseph Stiglitz and University Professor Jagdish Bhagwati, addressed China's growth potential and the implications of its increasing influence on the United States and the world economy. Following opening remarks by President Bollinger, speakers at the first panel discussed "The Chinese Economy: Model or Cautionary Tale?" Bhagwati delivered the keynote speech on the first day of the two-day conference. The April 7-8 conference was co-sponsored by the Weatherhead East Asian Institute, the Graduate School of Business, School of Law, Mailman School of Public Health and the Earth Institute.

 
Lee C. Bollinger

Introduction

Lee C. Bollinger, president, Columbia University

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David Dollar

David Dollar, country director, China, World Bank

Real Video (11:19)
 
Nicholas Lardy

Nicholas Lardy, senior fellow, Institute for International Economics

Real Video (9:46)

 

 

 
Hu Angang

Hu Angang, professor, Development Research Academy for the 21st Century, Tsinghua University

Real Video (8:39)
 
Carl Riskin

Carl Riskin, senior research scholar, Weatherhead East Asian Institute, School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University

Real Video (12:25)
 
Joseph Stiglitz

Joseph Stiglitz, University Professor, Business School and School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University

Real Video (12:53)

 

 

 
Jagdish N. Bhagwati

Jagdish N. Bhagwati, University Professor, Columbia University

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Production Number: 353
Shot: Apr 7, 2005
Published: Apr 14, 2005
Last modified:Apr 19, 2005