Enhancing Cooperation between Lithuania and China

Algirdas Butkevičius 2016-03-22
The current “China+16” cooperation platform can gradually evolve into broader cooperation embracing the EU, China and other countries willing to participate in the “One Belt One Road” initiative.

Israel and China: A Promising Future for Mutual Cooperation

Boao Review 2016-04-19
Israel and China have a promising future of mutual cooperation. The most important thing to do this is not government to government interaction, but people to people. That is what we are trying to do.

The Value of Big Data Is Small Patterns

Luciano Floridi 2016-03-10
We need more and better techniques and technologies to see the small data patterns in Big Data, but we need even more and better thinking in order to sift the valuable ones.

Dance with the Trends: The Smart Way of Investing in China

John Zhao 2016-03-10
The evolution of China’s role in the global community; China’s reform, transformation and development; the impacts of technological revolutions, particularly of the mobile Internet on human way of life, will be significant trends that will influence the operations of global companies and on prospects for investing in China over the coming decade.

The Return on Character

Fred Kiel 2016-03-10
The organizations led by high-character CEOs and their teams attained nearly five times greater return on assets, a 26% higher level of workforce engagement, lower levels of risk, and a 20% greater advantage in the perceived strength of leadership skills.

Bye, Bye Capitalism. We’re Entering the Age of Abundance.

Robin Chase 2016-03-10
The old model of unwieldy behemoths is giving way to a new one of collaboration. Welcome to the world of Peers.

Bridging the Digital Divide: How the B2b2C Model Enables E-Commerce to Go Rural

Ching Guo 2016-03-10
The B2b2C model provides a viable solution to rural e-commerce.

Can China Cope with Environmental Challenges?

Ernst Ulrich von Weizsäcker 2016-03-10
For China, reducing air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions go together if the reduction of coal burning is conceived. Increasing energy efficiency in many sectors is the most profitable way of reducing pollution and greenhouse gas emissions.

Reinventing Fire: China A Clean Energy Roadmap for China’s Energy Future

Amory B. Lovins, Jon Creyts, and Clay Stranger 2016-03-09
Reinventing Fire’s economic and social innovations can massively scale and refine today’s best technologies and practices to retool China’s economy for 21st-century leadership, assembling the building blocks that exist today.

Texting and Talking … with Language-Understanding Computers?

Christopher D. Manning 2016-03-09
In the next decade our AI systems will be able to benefit from a virtuous cycle: We need knowledge to understand language well, but it is also the case that the knowledge that we need is contained in language, spread across the books and webpages of the world.

Education Today, the Society of Tomorrow

Peter Salovey 2016-03-09
I see three pressing and widely shared challenges facing all of global higher education in the decades ahead: inclusion, innovation, and essential values.

The Internet Revolution of Inclusive Finance

Huang Yiping 2016-03-09
The development of inclusive finance is one of the main tasks of Chinese financial reforms. The innovations of Internet companies have the potential to alter the development of inclusive finance, while the vast potential of China’s inclusive finance market provides enormous room for Internet finance innovation.

Debt Jubilee An inevitable outcome in an over-leveraged world

Jimmy Chang 2016-03-09
We suspect that, over time, academics may start to float trial balloons for what is heretofore considered heresy – central bank’s forgiveness of the debt held on its balance sheet. Such an unprecedented scheme would in essence allow governments to lower their debt-to-GDP ratios and gain more borrowing capacity to fund more aggressive fiscal policies.

Implications for an Increasingly Correlated World

Fan Xiwen 2016-03-09
Perhaps the most important aspect of the market implications for an increasingly correlated financial market is the need for better policy coordination between China and the U.S. The turmoil in the stock markets and volatility in the currency markets this year highlight the importance of such coordination.

China’s Transition to a New Growth Model

Nicholas Lardy 2016-03-09
While it is difficult to determine the extent to which the transition to a new growth model is driven by cyclical as opposed to structural factors, the latter are far more important and, as a result, the initial transformation is likely to persist and deepen.

Five Major Economic Risks to Watch Out for in 2016

Shang-Jin Wei 2016-03-09
The major economic risks for Asian economies in 2016 are the future path of interest rates in the U.S. and the concomitant volatility in financial markets; the continued growth deceleration and structural transformation of the P.R.C.; continued softness in commodity prices; the ongoing El Niño and other extreme weather events; and elections and other geopolitical factors.

Chinese Policies to Counter an Era of Deflation

Yu Yongding 2016-03-09
China’s debt-deflation spiral differs from Fisher’s formulation of debt deflation, as the difficulties facing Chinese companies are not solely due to falling product prices leading to an increase in real debt, but also because the fall in goods prices has also led to a drop-off in profits.

Transitions of the Chinese Economy

Edmund S. Phelps 2016-03-09
The global economy offers China a vast market for innovative products. Moreover, there is little innovation coming any longer from Europe and much less innovation coming from America than there once was. China could take its place as the major source of the innovation in the world. But to become this, China needs a new economy and it has been taking steps to develop one.

The Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement: Moving Beyond the WTO

Joseph Pelzman 2016-03-09
The most striking new trade rule corrections contained in the TPP involve reducing barriers to digital trade, regulating transactions of state-owned enterprises, and ensuring regulatory coherence. It is still uncertain whether the agreement will result in a net positive outcome in terms of competition and innovation in two or three decades.

Technical Innovation and Financial Support

Chen Yuan 2016-03-09
It is necessary to carry out financial innovation vigorously, deepen integrated development of finance, technology and industry, and provide solid financial support to technology innovation so as to solve the financing difficulty of high-tech enterprises and facilitate the implementation of the innovation-driven development strategy.

“Let the Market Do It”-- An Interview with Jim Rogers

Boao Review 2016-03-09
In early January 2016, the Boao Review had an interview with Mr. Jim Rogers at his home in Singapore. He expressed his concerns about government intervention in the economy and expectations that the government should let market itself decide its direction. Regarding China’s future economic development, he keeps a close eye on areas where there are positive changes taking place, such as railroads, healthcare, agriculture, and pollution cleaning.

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