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    Current Situation and Future of China’ s Reform

    Yongnian Zheng, director of East Asia Institute at the National University of Singapore, joined the Public Lecture Series on the morning of April 17th. The 18th National Congress of the CPC ushered in a new phase of Comprehensively Deepening Reform and breakthroughs have been visible in critical areas in the past five years. However, many tasks on the reform agenda remain to be fully implemented and challenges against the reform have intensified. Mr. Zheng shared with us his insights into China’s reform in the past few years and elaborated on the current situation and expectations of the approaching 19th National Congress of the CPC.

    Author: Source: Date:2017-04-17
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    What Kind of Officials and Citizens are Popular

    On March 14th, Bingren Shao, the former deputy director of the People's Republic of China State Commission for Restructuring the Economic System, counselor of Chinese Calligraphers Association and senior advisor of Shenzhen Innovation Development Institute joined the Public Lecture Series of the SZIDI, and delivered a speech on what kind of officials and citizens are popular---traditional culture, behavior and officials, with Chairman of SZIDI, Siping Zhang addressing the welcome note. .

    Author: Source: Date:2017-03-14
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    Breakthroughs in Innovation and Reform: Forecast of China's Economy 2017

    Turbulences in China’s stock market in the beginning of the year, following by Brexit and the contentious U.S. presidential election, has cast shadow and uncertainty on the international community in 2016. Although China’s economy has shifted from slowdown to a relatively stable stage, the uncertainty of global economy will continue to pose challenges. China is still a laggard in technological and institutional competency while developing countries such as India and Vietnam are outpacing China with lower production costs. Professor Zhou answered the question of how China can break out from such dilemma and where the opportunities lie.

    Author: Source: Date:2017-08-30
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    Promote Institutional Anti-corruption, Cleanse the Political Ecology.

    On July 30, Mr. Yongzhong Li, former Deputy Director of the Chinese Academy of Discipline Inspection and Supervision, joined the Public Lecture Series, and delivered a speech titled "Promote Institutional Anti-Corruption, Cleanse the Political Ecology".

    Author:李永忠 Source:深圳创新发展研究院 Date:2016-09-05
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    Grey Income and the Unbalanced Economic Structure Xiaolu WANG

    Xiaolu Wang, researcher at the National Economy Research Institute, China Reform Foundation, joined the Public Lecture Series hosted by SZIDI, and delivered a speech on Grey Economy and the Unbalanced Economic Structure.

    Author: Source: Date:2017-08-30
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    Monetary Policy in the Context of New Normal

    Editor’s notes: Currently Chinese economy has not recovered from the two economic overheating in the past 10 years, remaining in a sluggish state. Dr. Fan Gang suggests that a soft landing of the economy is needed to resolve issues such as overcapacity and excess supply, by improving efficiency in both market and enterprise level. Dr. Fan Gang illustrates the problems in the Chinese economy on two typical areas, namely the stock market and the exchange rate system. He points out that individual investors should not speculate on the Chinese stock market, because they lack both the professional knowledge and the diversification capability compared with institutional investors. Exchange rate should be allowed to float against “a basket of currencies” more strictly in order to release market pressure and maintain capital stability. Dr. Fan Gang concludes that a “normal high growth” should be the goal of the government for the coming two years, and that to achieve the goal, current contradictory policy needs to “return to neutral” as soon as possible.

    Author:樊纲 Source:创新发展研究院 Date:2015-09-02
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    New Thought for Innovation Development: Grafting Industries

    On March 17, Mr. Jian Wang, CEO of Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), joined the Public Lecture Series of Shenzhen Innovation Development Institute, and delivered a speech titled “New Thought for Innovation Development: Grafting Industries.” Upon its breakthroughs in generic research, BGI is planning to different institutions in education, healthcare, innovation, etc. and “graft” onto the field of scientific research.

    Author:汪建 Source:深圳创新发展研究院 Date:2016-03-21
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    Analysis and Forecast of China’s Macroeconomic Trend in 2016

    Xiaohua Qiu, Chief Economist of Minsheng Securities, Former Director of the National Bureau of Statistics

    Author:邱晓华 Source:深圳创新发展研究院 Date:2016-04-25
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    Innovation and Modernization of Governance Keping Yu, Dean of School of Government, Peking University

    On June 26, Professor Keping Yu, dean of School of Government, Peking University and former deputy director of Compilation and Translation Bureau of CPC, delivered a speech entitled “Innovation and Modernization of Governance” at the 10th session of the Public Lecture Series, hosted by the SZIDI. Professor Yu claimed that a scientific and reasonable system is necessary for the modernization of governance in the first place. Now that administrative omission occurs as the tides of reform ebb, it is essential for government officials to restore their beliefs.

    Author:俞可平 Source:深圳创新发展研究院 Date:2016-06-30
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    China's Social Structure and Social Stratification

    On April 26, Professor Qiang Li, Sociologist and Dean of Social Science at Tsinghua University, joined the Public Lecture Series of Shenzhen Innovation Development Institute, and delivered a speech titled “China’s Social Structure and Social Stratification”. Professor Li believed that China’s socioeconomic structure and social structure have significantly transformed since the Reform and Opening-Up. The wealth gap is evident, wealth is concentrated, and the society is divided and gradually stratified. The division between social classes have been consolidating, and the social mobility from lower-class to upper class has diminished, so has the degree of which middle class can move up the social ladder. New reality has brought forth new social issues, as well as a series of challenges to social harmony.

    Author:李强 Source:深圳创新发展研究院 Date:2016-05-09
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