2015 Public Lecture

 

Prof. Dali Yang:

"The Politics of Regulation in China: the continuing struggle"

October 8, 2015

NYU Kimmel Center, 60 Washington Square South

 

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As the Chinese economy has grown and globalized, China has struggled to regulate the various forms of risk that has arisen, from food safety, to prescription drug safety, to financial innovation. In this presentation, Prof. Dali Yang discusses China’s challenges in building a modern regulatory state and the implications for understanding the prospects for Chinese development.

 

Prof. Dali Yang

William Claude Reavis Professor, Dept. of Political Science, Univ. of Chicago

Founding Faculty Director , University of Chicago Center in Beijing

 

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Dali L. Yang is the William Claude Reavis Professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of Chicago. He is the founding Faculty Director of the University of Chicago Center in Beijing and a non-resident Senior Fellow at the Chicago Council on Global Affairs. He has published many books and articles on China’s development. His current projects include studies of social regulation, environmental governance, social and political trust, and state-society relations.

 

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