All Lectures will be he.Id at: 2028 Brown Hall from 12 to 1:15 except the lecture on November 11 which will be held in Knauss 3502 .The 2015-16 Sichel Lecture Series Is co-directed by Professors Wei-Chiao Huang and Huizhong Zhou and Is co-sponsored by the Department of Economics, College of Arts and Sciences, and Timothy Light Center for Chinese Studies, WMU, andtheW.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research.Speakers: Dr. Murray Scot Tanner "The U.S. and the China Challenge", Professor Wing Thye Wop "An Assessment of Napoleon's Prediction that an Awakened China Would Shake the World", Professor Barry J. Naughton "Is there a Xi Jinping Model of Economic Reform?", Professor Mary E. Lovely "China's Evolving State Enterprise", Professer James G. Wen "Why is the Exit Right the Key to The Birth of China's Land Market?", Professor Xiaodong Zhu "Trade, Migration and Growth: Evidence from China".
WMU ScholarWorks Citation
Department of Economics, "The Impacts of China's Rise on the Pacific and the World 2015-16" (2015). Werner Sichel Lecture Series. 4.