Building Bridges? Development and Infrastructure in U.S.-China Relations
Please join us at CSIS for an expert panel on infrastructure, development, and other key issues in the U.S.-China relationship.
Amid escalating U.S.-China tensions, Washington and Beijing are focused on managing their differences on bilateral trade. At the same time, both countries have a major stake in the functioning of the global economic order—the institutions, rules, and norms that shape international economic affairs. Even as they address bilateral issues, it is also important for the two sides to confront strains in the global order.
During this event, U.S. and Chinese experts will discuss an important set of issues in the global economic order: infrastructure and development finance. They will explore where the two sides may be able to cooperate and where they need to manage their differences. The event will roll out a collection of essays written in parallel by U.S. and Chinese scholars on trade, finance, technology, and other key issues in the global economic order. This essay series is the culmination of a multi-year effort to promote U.S.-China dialogue funded by Carnegie Corporation of New York.
Light refreshments will be served at 9:00 am, and the panel will begin by 9:15 am.
Expert panel featuring:
Nancy Lee, Senior Policy Fellow, Center for Global Development
Peter Raymond, Senior Associate (Non-resident), Reconnecting Asia Project and Simon Chair in Political Economy, CSIS; Former Advisory Leader, Capital Projects and Infrastructure, PwC
Stephanie Segal, Senior Fellow, Simon Chair in Political Economy, CSIS
Ye Yu, Associate Research Fellow & Assistant Director, Institute for World Economy Studies, Shanghai Institutes for International Studies (SIIS)
Matthew P. Goodman (Moderator), Senior Vice President and Simon Chair in Political Economy, CSIS