Lighthouse Lecture Series: China’s Belt and Road Initiative and Sino-Australia Economic Collaboration

Lighthouse Lecture Series: China’s Belt and Road Initiative and Sino-Australia Economic Collaboration

The Faculty of Business and Economics welcomes Xue Jinjun (Tatsuto Yukihara), Professor of Economics at Economic Research Centre, Graduate School of Economics of Nagoya University, Japan through the Visiting International Scholar Award (VISA) Scheme to deliver a talk as part of the Lighthouse Lecture Series on China’s Belt and Road Initiative and Sino-Australia Economic Collaboration.

China's ambitious strategy of the One Belt One Road Initiative (OBOR) covers two-third of the world population, one-third of international trade volume and one-third of total GDP of the world. Associated with its New Four Inventions: high-speed railways, electronic payments, shared bicycles and online shopping, the implementation of OBOR will have huge impact to the world economy and lead to a new globalization. This lecture will present the effects of OBOR and discuss in what way, will Australia share the benefit of China’s potential growth while avoiding risk. Consequently, we will try to find a multi learning curve and a win-win result for the Sino-Australia economic collaboration.

Event Details

WHEN:
Thursday 15 March 2018
10:30 am - 11:30 am
WHERE:
Theatre 147
Macquarie Graduate School of Management
99 Talavera Road, North Ryde
RSVP:
Wednesday 14 March 2018

The Speaker

Professor Xue Jinjun (Tatsuto Yukihara) has held positions as a Fulbright Scholar at the Economic Growth Centre of Yale University, Professor and Deputy Dean of Wuhan University, Associate Professor of Hitotsubashi University and Professor of Oita University.

Professor Jinjun's major is in Development Economics and his current research subjects are Global Income Inequality, Labour Migration, Global Value Chains and CO2 Emissions and the Chinese Economy; Yukihara has published in many books and papers that include Science, Applied Energy, Energy Economics and the China Economic Review. Currently he serves as guest editor of Applied Energy, Singapore Economic Review and as a reviewer of many international journals.

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