The global economy has experienced a patchy recovery over the past year, while China undertook structural reform, which included a reform of its economic policy and regulations. As recovery proceeds, several questions still remain.
How can the global and Chinese economies redefine themselves and operate manage the twists and turns that are still in front of us? What will be the new economic driver to bring global economic recovery full circle?
On the backdrop of the theme “Patchy Recovery, Renewed Reform”, the 2nd NAEC is inviting more than 45 top economists from around the world to tackle those issues and share insights on China’s role in the future of the global economy.