Carmen Reinhart, Adam Posen, Nick Lardy, Marcus Noland, Arvind Subramanian, William Cline, Morris Goldstein, Joe Gagnon, Jacob Kirkegaard, Dan Rosen and Nick Borst. Kindly sponsored by IHS and Rhodium Group.
YCW was founded in Beijing in 2009. As it is located in China's capital, the chapter has garnered strong interest from the diplomatic, business, academic and journalistic circles. YCW Beijing has hosted distinguished speakers including:
- Zhu Feng, professor of Peking University's School of International Studies and Executive Director of the Collaborative Innovation Center for South China Sea Studies at Nanjing University.
- Ian Bremmer, President of Eurasia Group
- David Dollar, the former Economic and Financial Emissary to China for the US Treasury
- Barry Naughton, Sokwanlok Chair of Chinese International Affairs of University of California, San Diego.
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Held in conjunction with the Carnegie-Tsinghua Center for Global Policy. Michael Swaine came to the Carnegie Endowment after twelve years at the RAND Corporation. He specializes in Chinese security and foreign policy, U.S.–China relations, and East Asian international relations. His
Dr Bart van Ark is executive vice president and chief economist of The Conference Board. He leads a team of economists who produce a range of widely watched economic indicators and growth forecasts, as well as in depth global economic
Gady Epstein joined The Economist as a China correspondent in July 2011. Previously, he was Beijing Bureau Chief for Forbes, a position held since 2007. He has been covering China and Asia since 2002, when he took up his position
Professor Matthias is an Assistant Professor at the School of International Studies at American University and a Lecturer at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS). He is a former consultant with the Foreign Investment Advisory Service of