• September, 2012
Bridges China Dialogue 2012: International Political Economy of a Transitional China
• March 23-24, 2012
Conference on China and Global Governance
• October 29-30, 2011
Conference: The 10th Anniversary of WTO Accession: China's Learning Curve
• September 16, 2010
Colloquium: "Foreign Models and Institutional Change: A Study of China's Civil Service Reforms"
Speaker: Hongying Wang, Associate Professor of Political Science at the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University
Time: 4:00-5:30 pm
Location: Maple Room, Indiana Memorial Union, 900 E. 7th St., IU-Bloomington campus
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• July 23-25, 2010
Workshop on China and Global Governance
Speakers: Scott Kennedy, Indiana University (Chair); Liu Hongsong, Shanghai International Studies University; Leng Tse-kang, Academia Sinica; Margaret Pearson, University of Maryland; Zhang Hanlin, University of International Business and Economics (Chair);
Wang Xiaodong, World Trade Organization;
Wang Zixian, MOFCOM Policy Research Office;
Wang Qi, Ministry of Foreign Affairs;
Ba Shusong, State Council Development Research Center Institute of Finance; Tu Xinquan, University of International Business and Economics (Chair); Junji Nakagawa, University of Tokyo;
Yang Rongzhen, University of International Business and Economics; Edwin Way, Indiana University; Wang Xin, People's Bank of China Research Bureau;
Greg Chin, York University
Location: Beijing, China
Chinese Industry - American Government Roundtable Dialogue
Despite the expansion of US-China economic relations, the US government and Chinese industry have not developed sufficient understanding of each other. There are several official dialogue groups, but some of these have a "negotiation" feel to them, or they involve other parties, whose presence may inhibit deeper discussion. The RCCPB, as an independent policy research organization, organizes a roundtable dialogue series between Chinese industry and the American government to be held three times per year. The purpose of the Roundtable Dialogue is to deepen mutual understanding on issues central to the US-China relationship and to the global economy. So far we have held two meetings.
Meeting #1: Innovation and Intellectual Property Rights
Beijing, July 16, 2010
Meeting #2: Economic Rebalancing
Beijing, November 30, 2010