Events

What Comes Next? Forecast of China's Economy for 2017

What Comes Next? Forecast of China's Economy for 2017

NCUSCR
Daniel Rosen joins NCUSCR to discuss the outlook for the China’s economy in 2017
  • Ideas India 2009

    Ideas India 2009

    Aspen Institute India | December 17, 2009

    Pramit Pal Chaudhuri moderates the plenary session titled "Do Elections in India Reinforce Narrow Divides?" at the annual Ideas India conference, organized by Aspen Institute India and held in New Delhi, India.

  • China on the World Stage: Climate Change, Regional Blocs and Resource Investment

    China on the World Stage: Climate Change, Regional Blocs and Resource Investment

    Brookings Institution | November 30, 2009

    Trevor Houser and Daniel Rosen are panelists on this disucssion of China as an emerging world power co-hosted by the Brookings Institution and the Australian National University. Mr. Houser spoke on the first panel, "The U.S. and China from the Presidential Summit to Copenhagen," and Mr. Rosen spoke on the second, "Are China's Growth Strategy and International Economic Policy Changing?"

  • Climate Change and the Global Trading System

    Climate Change and the Global Trading System

    SIPA / Columbia University | October 29, 2009

    Trevor Houser speaks at a climate change event hosted by Merit Janow, held by Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs.

  • The Economics of Energy Efficiency in Buildings

    The Economics of Energy Efficiency in Buildings

    Peterson Institute | September 23, 2009

    Peterson Institute releases Trevor Houser's report "Energy Efficiency in Buildings: A Global Economic Perspective" in Washington, D.C. 

  • Finance Focus Breakfast

    Finance Focus Breakfast

    Bruegel | September 3, 2009

    Thilo Hanemann speaks at the Finance Focus Breakfast on Chinese companies' direct investment in the EU.

  • Asia, Geopolitics and Freedom

    Asia, Geopolitics and Freedom

    Thoughtbroker | August 9, 2009

    Pramit Pal Chaudhuri talks on "Asia, Geopolitics and Freedom"  as part of the Shaken & Stirred series over a leisurely Sunday lunch at Sel et Poivre, Sydney, Australia.

  • Congressional Testimony on Ensuring US Competitiveness and International Participation

    Congressional Testimony on Ensuring US Competitiveness and International Participation

    US House of Representatives | April 23, 2009

    Trevor Houser testifies before Congress on "Ensuring US Competitiveness and International Participation," commenting on how the transition to a low-carbon economy will impact US competitiveness.

  • Congressional Testimony on the Impact of Climate Policy on US Competitiveness

    Congressional Testimony on the Impact of Climate Policy on US Competitiveness

    US House of Representatives | March 10, 2009

    Trevor Houser's testimony before the U.S. Congress: "Green and Mean: Can the New US Economy be both Climate-Friendly and Competitive?"

  • US Climate Change Action: A Global Economic Perspective

    US Climate Change Action: A Global Economic Perspective

    U.S. Capitol | March 9, 2009

    Trevor Houser speaks at a symposium on March 3, 2009, where US legislators and business leaders met with experts on climate change economics and policy to discuss the challenges and opportunities for US leadership on climate change.

  • 'US Pension Reform: Lessons from Other Countries' Release

    'US Pension Reform: Lessons from Other Countries' Release

    Peterson Institute | February 18, 2009

    The Peterson Institute released Jacob Kirkegaard's new book with Martin Neil Baily, US Pension Reform: Lessons from Other Countries. The new study analyzes the policy responses by other developed countries to the problems now facing Social Security and the US pension system and derives an extensive list of the lessons learned from their approach to the problems of ageing populations and assuring adequate retirement income.

  • Congressional Testimony on Structuring a Green Recovery

    Congressional Testimony on Structuring a Green Recovery

    US House of Representatives | January 15, 2009

    Trevor Houser testifies before the US Congress Select Committee on Energy Independence and Global Warming on "Structuring a Green Recovery: Evaluating Policy Options for an Economic Stimulus Package."

  • 'China's Rise: Challenges and Opportunities' Release

    'China's Rise: Challenges and Opportunities' Release

    Peterson Institute | November 24, 2008

    Peterson Institute launches Daniel Rosen and Trevor Houser's new book China's Rise: Challenges and Opportunities with a panel discussion with the authors, C. Fred Bergsten, Charles Freeman, Nicholas R. Lardy, and Derek J. Mitchell.

  • China's Carbon Emissions in an Interdependent World

    China's Carbon Emissions in an Interdependent World

    Wilson Center | July 17, 2008

    Trevor Houser speaks on how China's emissions might fit within a limited global carbon emissions "budget" at the Wilson Center, with fellow speaker Jim Watson of Sussex Energy Group.

  • Symposium on China and Climate Change

    Symposium on China and Climate Change

    Council on Foreign Relations | June 24, 2008

    Trevor Houser is a speaker at the first session, on Chinese energy and climate strategy, at CFR's Symposium on China and Climate Change.

  • Transatlantic Energy Forum

    Transatlantic Energy Forum

    Center for Strategic and International Studies | May 17, 2008

    Trevor Houser speaks at a panel on "The Challenge of Folding China into a Global and Long-Term Solution" at the CSIS Transatlantic Energy Forum. 

  • 'The Accelerating Decline in America's High-Skilled Workforce: Implications for Immigration Policy' Release

    'The Accelerating Decline in America's High-Skilled Workforce: Implications for Immigration Policy' Release

    Peterson Institute | March 27, 2008

    Jacob Kirkegaard released his new study, "The Accelerating Decline in America's High-Skilled Workforce: Implications for Immigration Policy," at the Peterson Institute. The study discusses problems confronting US competitiveness due to the lack of high-skilled education programs and the related need to expand the H1-B visa and other high-skilled immigration programs.

  • India Debates its Foreign Policy: The U.S. Nuclear Deal and Differing Worldviews in Delhi

    India Debates its Foreign Policy: The U.S. Nuclear Deal and Differing Worldviews in Delhi

    East-West Center | January 18, 2008

    Pramit Pal Chaudhuri discusses the various foreign policy schools within the Indian state in a talk at the East-West Center in Washington, exploring how these varying Indian worldviews impact and manifest themselves in the context of the nuclear deal and other key policy issues.

  • Growth in the Eurozone: Cyclical Upswing or Structural Improvement?

    Growth in the Eurozone: Cyclical Upswing or Structural Improvement?

    Lisbon Council | June 4, 2007

    Jacob Kirkegaard (with Martin Neil Baily) presents to the Lisbon Council in Brussels, Belgium.

  • Accelerating the Globalization of America: The Role for Information Technology

    Accelerating the Globalization of America: The Role for Information Technology

    Peterson Institute | October 5, 2006

    Jacob Kirkegaard's book with Catherine L. Mann, Accelerating the Globalization of America: The Role for Information Technology, is launched at a luncheon meeting at the Peterson Institute. The study analyzes how globalization of the information technology (IT) sector, particularly now via its software and services components, enhances the diffusion of IT throughout the US economy, leading to strong contributions to US productivity and output growth. It addresses the outsourcing/offshoring issue in this broader context and the implications of technology-induced accelerated globalization for US policy, with respect to both technology and innovation itself as well as for workers at all skill levels and sectors. Professor Dale Jorgenson of Harvard writes that, "The concluding section is a model of the balanced and astute judgments on international policy issues for which the Institute for International Economics is justly famous."