15 March 2017
CKGSB Beijing Campus, Oriental Plaza Tower E2 20F
We are in the midst of an era of great disruptions, in which major changes to the economy, society, politics, technology and the environment are creating both opportunities and difficulties. From Trumponomics and the rise of political populism, to de-globalization and reconstruction of global trade and governance, the world is at an important crossroads. Where are the Chinese and global economies headed?
What role will China take in the new global order? How will the Chinese economy and reforms to try to rejuvenate it affect the global economy?
On March 15th, FT’s Associate Editor and Chief Economics Commentator Martin Wolf and IMF’s former Deputy Managing Director Zhu Min will join CKGSB’s Professor of Strategic Management Teng Bingsheng to address these pertinent questions. Join these influential speakers at this upcoming CKGSB Dialogue that will explore “The Changing Landscape of the Chinese and Global Economies.”
TENG Bingsheng, Associate Dean and Professor of Strategic Management, CKGSB
ZHANG Yan, President, FT Chinese
Martin WOLF, Associate Editor and Chief Economics Commentator, FT
ZHU Min, Former Deputy Managing Director, IMF
Martin WOLF, Associate editor and chief economics commentator, FT
ZHU Min, Former Deputy Managing Director, IMF
TENG Bingsheng, Associate Dean and Professor of Strategic Management, CKGSB (Moderator)
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Professor of Strategic Management, Associate Dean of CKGSB Europe, CKGSB
Dr Teng is Professor of Strategic Management at CKGSB and the Associate Dean of CKGSB Europe. He formerly served as a tenured Professor of Strategic Management at George Washington University (GWU), where he was a doctoral advisor and lead professor of the departmental doctoral program.
Teng has published over 20 articles in academic journals including Academy of Management Review and Organization Science. His research is included in most textbooks on strategic management
Teng is a member of the Academy of Management and serves on the editorial board of International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal. He has received many rewards for his research, including the Wendell and Louis Crain Research Scholar at the GWU School of Business. His biography appears in Who's Who in America and Who's Who in American Higher Education.
Former Deputy Managing Director, IMF
Zhu Min assumed the position of Deputy Managing Director on July 26, 2011. Previously he served as Special Advisor to the Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund from May 3, 2010 to July 25, 2011.
Dr Zhu, a native of China, was a Deputy Governor of the People’s Bank of China. He was responsible for international affairs, policy research, and credit information. Prior to his service at China’s central bank, he held various positions at the Bank of China where he served as Group Executive Vice president, responsible for finance and treasury, risk management, internal control, legal and compliance, and strategy and research. Dr Zhu also worked at the World Bank and taught economics at both Johns Hopkins University and Fudan University.
He received a PhD and an MA in economics from Johns Hopkins University, an MPA from the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University, and a BA in economics from Fudan University.
Associate Editor and Chief Economics Commentator, FT
Martin Wolf is Associate Editor and Chief Economics Commentator at the Financial Times, London. He was awarded the CBE (Commander of the British Empire) in 2000 for services to financial journalism. He was made a Doctor of Science (Econ), honoris causa, by the London School of Economics in December 2006.
Mr Wolf was joint winner of the Wincott Foundation senior prize for excellence in financial journalism for 1989 and 1997. He won the RTZ David Watt memorial prize for 1994. He won the “Accenture Decade of Excellence” at the Business Journalist of the Year Awards of 2003. He won the “Commentator of the Year” award at the Business Journalist of the Year Awards of 2008. He won the Ludwig Erhard Prize for economic commentary for 2009. He won “Commentariat of the Year 2009” at the Comment Awards, sponsored by Editorial Intelligence. He was placed 15th in Foreign Policy’s list of the “Top 100 Global Thinkers” in December 2009 and 37th in the same list for 2010. He was joint winner of the 2009 award for columns in “giant newspapers” at the 15th annual Best in Business Journalism competition of The Society of American Business Editors and Writers.
Mr Wolf was appointed a member of the UK government’s Independent Commission on Banking in June 2010.