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IPD Co-hosts Meeting on Capital Account Liberalization and its International Lessons for China in Beijing

September 16, 2015
Institute of World Economics and Politics , Chinese Academy of Social Sciences   Beijing , China

Agenda  24kb pdf
Meeting Minutes  371kb pdf

As the leading institute in researching capital account regulation issues, IPD has years of experience in publishing papers and hosting conference to advocate for a cautious approach, in particular, for emerging countries.  As the world's second largest economy, China has been facing calls for a capital account liberalization in additon to a rapid internationalization of the currency, Renminbi.

Drawing from its extensive research and a recent publication on this exact matter, IPD joined forces with IWEP and CEGI to host a one-day conference on the topic to discuss the lessons learned from regions such as Latin America, Japan and Eastern Europe and to advocate for exercising caution on the issue of capital account liberalization in the case of China. This one-day conference also benefits from Chinese experts' candid discussion and presentations to ensure a meaningful and analytical academic exchange.

IPD also took the opportunity to unveil the Chinese version of the following report, which has received wide readership within the Chinese academic community.
Capital Account Liberalization in China: The Need for a Balanced Approach

The Initiative for Policy Dialogue (IPD) has had years of research and study on the issue of capital account liberalization. Combined with our country dialogue on China, IPD joins the International Institute of World Economics and Politics (CASS) and the Global Economic Governance Initiative(CEGI) to host  this important conference in Beijing on August 24th.