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The U.S.-China Relationship in an Evolving Global Economic Order

April 29, 2015 • 3:00 – 4:30 pm EDT

Recent developments such as the establishment of new institutions like the AIIB have raised broader questions about the U.S. and China’s roles in global economic governance. What are the problems in the global economy that the U.S. and China agree and disagree on? To what extent are existing institutions addressing those problems and where is there a need for new approaches? Can the U.S. and China find a way to work cooperatively on these issues, which will have a major impact on the prosperity of both countries and the rest of the world? Please join us for a stimulating discussion of these issues with top experts from China and the U.S. The event will finish with a keynote address by Under Secretary Nathan Sheets, the senior official at the U.S. Treasury responsible for the S&ED.

3:00 pm    Managing the Global Economic Order: U.S. and Chinese Perspectives
Chen Dongxiao
President, Shanghai Institutes for International Studies
Evan A. Feigenbaum
Vice Chairman, The Paulson Institute
Clay Lowery
Vice President, Rock Creek Global Advisors; Senior Adviser (Non-Resident), Simon Chair in Political Economy, CSIS
Fang Jin
Deputy Secretary-General, China Development Research Foundation
Moderated by:

Matthew P. Goodman
William E. Simon Chair in Political Economy, CSIS
4:15 pm    Coffee Break
4:30 pm    Keynote: What to Expect from the Next U.S.- China Strategic and Economic Dialogue
Nathan Sheets
Under Secretary for International Affairs, U.S. Treasury



Matthew P. Goodman

Matthew P. Goodman

Former Senior Vice President for Economics
Clay Lowery
Senior Adviser (Non-resident), Economics Program