RCCPB Opens October with First Fall 2015 Events

The RCCPB kicked off its Fall 2015 Event series with a lecture titled “Examining China in Global Theoretical Perspectives: an Axiomatic Recalibration” from the Peking University School of Government Executive Dean Fu Jun. The talk centered on modeling the trajectory of China’s growth, explaining its period of growth lagging behind that of western countries, and illuminating […]

Thomas Rawski Speaks on China’s Long Term Economic Development

Thomas Rawski’s lecture, “A Long-Term Perspective on China’s Past and Future Development,” focused on reconciling two clashing understandings of China’s economic trajectory: the pessimism of historians that emphasize China’s past failures and the tendency of economists to focus on China’s recent achievements. He theorizes that China’s outstanding human capital has given it the means for […]