Debt levels have exploded in China and housing prices are falling. China’s basic industries are riddled with excess capacity. With a harsh anti-corruption program underway in China and economic growth moderating, can Beijing avoid an economic crisis? Please join us as our panel of experts to discuss whether China’s economy is heading toward a “hard” or “soft” landing in the coming months and years.
More About the Speakers
James Dorn, Ph.D.
Vice President for Monetary Studies, Editor of the Cato Journal,
and Senior Fellow, Cato Institute
Senior Adjunct Professor of China Studies, Johns Hopkins SAIS,
and Senior Advisor to the Conference Board on China
William Wilson, Ph.D.
Senior Research Fellow, Asian Studies Center, The Heritage Foundation
Director, Asian Studies Center