[Video Archive] Recording of our AGI Seminar “The End of Miracle? China’s Economic Growth Pattern” is now available on YouTube

A video archive of our AGI Seminar held online on Friday, February 2, 2024 is now available on YouTube.
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Theme: The End of Miracle? China’s Economic Growth Pattern

Abstract: Despite her recent “unprecedentedly” high and sustained economic growth, China has been long expected to suffer from sudden growth slowdown soon and eventually. We examine her growth pattern as income catching-up processes in developing economies such as those in East Asia, analyzing it in the conventional framework of economic growth based on an internationally comparable macroeconomic database. We find that her growth pattern is not exceptional in any sense, but very parallel with forerunners in East Asia, and that her growth is still in an early stage, so that her catch-up could be likely sustained without significant growth slowdown.

Language: English presentation and material

Presenter: Dr. Akira Kohsaka, Professor Emeritus, Osaka School of International Public Policy (OSIPP), Osaka University