Lecture: State of capitalism in China
Yasheng Huang to deliver the 46th Stu Clark Distinguished Speaker Series
What does capitalism look like in the future for China? The 46th Stu Clark distinguished speaker, Yasheng Huang will reveal his insights and expert knowledge on Monday, November 2 from 12:10 pm to 1:10 pm.
Huang is a proven thought leader and researcher on China’s economic growth. The professor of international management, associate dean for international programs, and founder of the Indian and China Lab at MIT Sloan School of Management will share his expertise on the state of capitalism in China and what he predicts will happen in the years ahead. His talk will go through the constraints of China’s economic growth and the challenges of moving forward.
Apart from being a best selling author of books on Chinese economics, Professor Huang is a world-renown researcher on China’s economic growth model and a regular contributor to the New York Times and Wall Street Journal. His knowledge in China’s economy has been sought after by the central government of China, providing officials in the country with his research and advice on economic strategies.
WHAT: MIT Professor Yasheng Huang’s Presentation on the State Capitalism of China
WHEN: Monday, November 2, 2015, 12:10 pm to 1:10 pm
WHERE: 530 Drake Centre