The Department of Political Science at Bryn Mawr College is presenting a lecture by Kiyoyuki Seguchi on The Recent Change of the Chinese Economy and Japan-China Relations.
The lecture is at 4 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 27 in Dalton 300.
The Chinese economy has recently experienced several changes that will have a lasting effect on future development trajectories. It changed from an export-investment economy to an economy led by domestic-demand. Major manufacturing industries are reducing excessive capacity and increasing unemployment, while service industries are rapidly expanding. Another important change is the rapid growth of the Chinese middle class, who have more purchasing powers in and outside of China.
Recently, an increasing number of Chinese people are visiting nearby Asian countries including Japan. How would the increased tourism and communication of the people affect bilateral relations at the national level? How should we understand the new facets of Chinese economic development? This talk will address the impact of Chinese new mode of economic development on regional political economy and bilateral relations in Northeast Asia.
Seguchi is the Research Director of the Canon Institute for the Global Studies. His research focuses on the Chinese economy and relations between the United States, China and Japan. He worked for the Bank of Japan from 1982 to 2009. He was the Chief Representative of the Representative Office of BOJ in Beijing from 2006 to 2008, the international visiting fellow at RAND Corporation (Los Angeles, Calif.) from 2004 to 2005. He received a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Tokyo.
Questions? Contact Seung-Youn Oh, Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, at firstname.lastname@example.org.