Source: RDCY Website Published:2020-10-27
Choices About COVID-19 Response Policies & Post-epidemic Economic Development Pattern
When: Oct 30 20:00(Beijing time, UTC+8)
Mao Zhenhua, a professor and doctoral supervisor at Remin Unviserty of China, Co-director of RCU’s Institute of Economics , as well as Co-chairman of China Macroeconomic Forum (CMF). He created the first and largest nation-wide credit rating and management related company, becoming a key figure representing China’s entrepreneurship since the 1992. Currently, he also serves as the Chairman of China Chengxin Group, Chief Economist of China Chengxin International Credit Rating Co. Ltd., Dean of the Wuhan University Dong Fureng Economic and Social Development Institute , Director of the Executive Committee of the China Economic Theory Innovation Award, etc. Recent years, he turned to create and lead the development of a new academic discipline, Health Economics, in China, and offered influential policy recommendations in this area when serving as an expert for the Advisory Committee of the State Council Deepening Medical Reform Leading Group, a member of the national big data development expert counsellor committee, a member of the National “Internet+” Expert Advisory Committee, etc.
1. Summary and reflection on China’s epidemic response policy choices
2. Despite a short period of economic recovery after the COVID-19 pandemic, China is still facing multiple uncertainties
3. China’s choice toward the post-epidemic era: the strategy of dual circulation with internal circulation as the main body
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On July 25th, an international meeting in Opposition to the US-led New Cold War on China organized by scholars and activists from 48 countries voluntarily was broadcast live on Zoom, Facebook and YouTube simultaneously. The joint statement with 14-language version of "A New Cold War against China is against the interests of humanity" has attracted great attention from the international community. The event brought together 17 well-known scholars and opinion leaders from China, the United States, the United Kingdom, India, Russia, Canada, Venezuela, Brazil and other countries to participate in the speech. As the only Chinese think tank scholar invited to speak, Wang Wen, executive dean of the Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies, Renmin University of China(RDCY), delivered a speech. Here is the full text of the speech.