China Week at LSE
A series of events focusing on China will be held at LSE from Monday 14 to Friday 18 February as part of the LSE Students' Union Global Week.
Lectures span a wide range of topics, including economic, political and developmental issues, concerning China and have been organised by the LSESU China Development Society at LSE.
Monday 14 February
Negotiating their own place in China's global and state development: the local villagers' story'
Professor Stephan Feuchtwang, Department of Anthropology, LSE.
At: 5pm, D302, Clement House, LSE.
Tuesday 15 February
NGO's in China
Professor Jude Howell, director, Centre for Civil Society, LSE
At: 11am, Old Theatre, Old Building, LSE
Fault Lines in the Chinese Economy and Society
Dr Athar Hussain, acting director, Asia Research Centre, LSE
At: 4pm, G108, 20 Kingsway, LSE
The Real Estate Market in East Asia
Bryan Southergill, vice president, Morgan Stanley Investment Banking Division
At: 7pm, D202, Clement House, LSE
Wednesday 16 February
China's Globalisation Challenge
Professor Peter Nolan, chair, Cambridge University Development Studies Committee, Sinyi Professor of Chinese Management
At: 1pm, Old Theatre, Old Building, LSE
Using Financial Derivatives to Understand Exchange Rate Pegs, Applied to the Chinese Yuan/US Dollar
Kevin Chang, director, Derivatives Solution, Credit Suisse First Boston
At: 6pm, S50, St Clement's Building, LSE
Thursday 17 February
EU, China and the World Trade Organisation - A Legal Prospective
Professor Francis Snyder, visiting law professor, LSE; founding editor and editor in chief of the European Law Journal; a member of the Editorial Board of Droit et Société; and a member of the advisory board of the Modern Law Review
At: 11am, D502, Clement House, LSE
EU-China Diplomatic Relations...the road ahead
Katinka Barycsh, chief economist, Centre for European Reform
At: 12pm, D502, Clement House, LSE
Chinese Science and Technology: what is the true potential?
Louis Turner, founder, Asia-Pacific Technology Network; lecturer at LSE
At: 6.30pm, D302, Clement House, LSE
Friday 18 February
The Rise to Global Prominence of the Chinese Telecom Industry
Duncan Clark, founder, BDA China; president, LSE China alumni group
At: 1pm, G1, 20 Kingsway, LSE
The Developing Differences of Civil Society Organisation Among Three Provinces - Beijing, Zhejiang and Heilongjiang
Dr Chu Song Yang, visiting fellow, Centre for Civil Society, LSE
At: 2pm, D302, Clement House, LSE
All these events are free and open to all with no ticket required.
For more information, or to reserve a press seat, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
These events have been organised by the LSE Students' Union China Development Society.
11 February 2005