The Centre for International Governance Innovation and John Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies will co-host a conference to discuss a special issue of the Journal of Contemporary China. Leading policy experts will present and discuss financial regulation, exchange rate reform, security and foreign policy. 

External and Domestic Financial Liberalization in China: Two Sides of the Same Coin

Presented by Domenico Lombardi, Centre for International Governance Innovation and Anton Malkin, Centre for International Governance Innovation 

Review by Nicholas Lardy, Peterson Institute for International Economics and Pieter Bottelier, School of Advanced International Studies

Domestic Political Obstacles to the Internationalization of the Renminbi

Presented by David A. Steinberg, School of Advanced International Studies and Daniel McDowell, Syracuse

Review by Nicholas Lardy, Peterson Institute for International Economics and David M. Lampton, School of Advanced International Studies

Financing the Globalization of Chinese Energy Companies

Presented by Bo Kong, University of Oklahoma and Kevin P. Gallagher, Boston University

Review by Deborah Brautigam, School of Advanced International Studies and Pieter Bottelier, School of Advanced International Studies

The Two-Level game of China’s ‘Going Out’ Policy

Presented by Hongying Wang, Centre for International Governance Innovation 

Review by David M. Lampton, School of Advanced International Studies and Deborah Brautigam, School of Advanced International Studies

China’s Strategic Enterprises and China’s One Belt One Road Policy

Presented by Carla Freeman, School of Advanced International Studies

China and the Evolving World Order: A Rule-taker, Rule-maker, or Rule-breaker

Presented by Suisheng Zhao, University of Denver and Editor in Chief of Journal of Contemporary China 

Event Speakers

Photo of Hongying Wang

Hongying Wang

CIGI Senior Fellow

Hongying Wang (王红缨)is a CIGI Senior Fellow. She is also associate professor of political science at the University of Waterloo, specializing in international political economy and East Asian politics. At CIGI, Hongying is focusing on the limits of the exchange rate mechanism in addressing China’s role in global imbalances and China’s role in several areas of global economic governance.