Proceedings of the 6th Annual RAND-China Reform Forum Conference, August 28-29, 2003 (U)

Edited by Bijian Zheng, Charles Wolf, Jr.


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The relationship between China and the U.S. is one of the most important relationships in the world today. In recent years, the U.S. and China have expanded their common interests, strengthened the foundation of cooperation, and further developed their relations. In light of these considerations, since 1998, the China Reform Forum in Beijing and The RAND Corporation in Santa Monica, California have jointly organized an annual conference of experts from China and the United States. Each of the six annual conferences held thus far has focused on economic and political-security subjects of mutual concern to China and the United States. The venues of the conferences have alternated between Beijing and Santa Monica, and participants have included policy and business practitioners as well as scholars from both countries. The conferences seek to enhance mutual understanding among scholars and policymakers from China and the United States. This volume contains papers and discussant comments from the 2003 conference.

Table of Contents

  • Chapter One

    “China’s Economy, Beyond 2003”

    William H. Overholt

  • Chapter Two

    “Review and Prospect: China’s Economy in SARS Period and Post-SARS Period”

    Angang Hu

  • Chapter Three

    Comments on Professor Angang Hu’s “China’s Economy in the SARS Period and Post-SARS Period”

    Charles Wolf, Jr.

  • Chapter Four

    “U.S. Economic Lookout”

    Edward Leamer Presented by Benjamin Zycher

  • Chapter Five

    “Analysis of American Economic Trend (2003-2004)”

    Huang Renwei

  • Chapter Six

    Summary Observations on “The U.S. Economic Outlook”

    Benjamin Zycher

  • Chapter Seven

    “The Status Quo and Prospect of China’s Banking Industry”

    Wang Yuanlong

  • Chapter Eight

    “China’s Financial Sector: Challenges and Repercussions”

    K.C. Yeh

  • Chapter Nine

    “Analysis of China’s New Path of Industrialization from a Global Perspective”

    Huang Fanzhang

  • Chapter Ten

    Remarks on Huang Fanzhang’s Paper Entitled “Analysis of China’s New Path of Industrialization from a Global Perspective”

    John Despres

  • Chapter Eleven

    “Bashing China by Clubbing Multinational Corporations”

    Gary Clyde Hufbauer and Daniel H. Rosen

  • Chapter Twelve

    Dinner speech at 6th Annual RAND–China Reform Forum Conference, August 28-29, 2003

    Dr. Harold Brown

  • Chapter Thirteen

    “New Elements In China–U.S. Strategic Relations”

    Wang Jisi

  • Chapter Fourteen

    “The 'Forseeable Future': Factors Affecting the Stabilitiy of China–U.S. Relations”

    Richard Baum

The conference proceedings described in this report were supported by the China Reform Forum and the RAND Corporation. Publication of these proceedings was supported by RAND Project AIR FORCE, the RAND National Security Research Division, and the RAND Arroyo Center, all federally funded research and development centers funded, respectively, by the United States Air Force; by the Office of the Secretary of Defense, the Joint Staff, the unified commands, and the defense agencies; and by the United States Army.

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