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On April 26, 2022, the Academic Center for Chinese Economic Practice and Thinking (ACCEPT) at Tsinghua University and the Society for the Analysis of Government and Economics (SAGE) co-hosted the Fourth Annual Conference of Government and Economics. The online conference invited speakers including Peng Gang, Vice President of Tsinghua University; Eric S. Maskin, 2007 Nobel Laureate in Economic Sciences and Adams University Professor at Harvard University; Joseph E. Stiglitz, 2001 Nobel Laureate in Economic Sciences and University Professor at Columbia University; Jean Tirole, 2014 Nobel Laurea...
2022 . 04 26
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At the Fourth Annual Conference of Government and Economics, held virtually on April 26, 2022, audience members viewed a lecture from Eric S. Maskin on the dangers of cryptocurrency, particularly with regard to countercyclical monetary policy. What follows is a transcript of his lecture that has been lightly edited for clarity. Eric S. Maskin is a 2007 Nobel Laureate in Economics, the Adams University Professor at Harvard University, and Co-President of SAGE.Hello everyone. I'm very glad to be participating in the annual conference of SAGE. It's a great honor for me to be leading this ...
2022 . 04 26
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At the Fourth Annual Conference of Government and Economics, held virtually on April 26, 2022, audience members viewed a lecture from Joseph Stiglitz on the importance of balance between market and government as illustrated by the COVID-19 pandemic. What follows is a transcript of his lecture that has been lightly edited for clarity. Joseph Stiglitz is a 2001 Nobel Laureate in Economics and University Professor at Columbia University.It's a real pleasure to be able to give this address to your Society. The central message of your Society is one that I very strongly support: that an effecti...
2022 . 04 26
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At the Fourth Annual Conference of Government and Economics, held virtually on April 26, 2022, audience members viewed a lecture from Jean Tirole on the role of government in the 21st century economy, with a particular focus on the balance between government and independent agencies as well as between government and its citizens. What follows is a transcript of his lecture that has been lightly edited for clarity. Jean Tirole is a 2014 Nobel Laureate in Economics and Honorary Chairman of Foundation Jean-Jacques Laffont – Toulouse School of Economics.Thank you so much, David, and thank you to S...
2022 . 04 26
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At the Fourth Annual Conference of Government and Economics, held virtually on April 26, 2022, audience members viewed a lecture from Liu Yuanchun on the repositioning of government in extraordinary times. What follows is a transcript of his lecture that has been translated from Chinese into English and lightly edited for clarity. Liu Yuanchun is the Vice President of Renmin University of China.The topic of my speech today is the repositioning of government in extraordinary times. This is a big topic, but in the context of such overlapping factors as the pandemic, our economic slump, and the v...
2022 . 04 26
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Welcome to the Third Annual Conference of Government and Economics. Please allow me to take a moment to introduce the basic background of this annual international conference, which is co-sponsored by the Society for the Analysis of Government and Economics (SAGE) and is being held for the third time.        Government and economics is a branch of economics that has been carefully planned and constructed by a group of scholars from Tsinghua University in conjunction with international economists over the past three to four years. As a new branch of econo...
2021 . 06 25
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This annual conference is of great significance and features a pertinent topic. Indeed, since China initiated its reform and opening up more than 40 years ago, the country has successfully transitioned from an impoverished economy to a well-off society. In 1978, our per capita GDP amounted to only about 100 USD, but in 2020, the figure was close to 11,000 USD. This is a great miracle of human society.         It was indeed quite hard for people four decades ago to imagine that their country, so deeply entrenched in the system of a planned economy an...
2021 . 06 25
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Today I would like to talk about how government can facilitate the growth of an economy. I have experienced multiple transitions in my career, from working in an enterprise, to working in the government, then back to an enterprise, and now to an industrial association. It can be said that I have assumed three sorts of roles throughout my career, thus becoming capable of building bridges between the government and enterprises, as well as among enterprises. I would like to take this opportunity to share some of my insights based on my own experiences.       ...
2021 . 06 25
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Today we gather here for the Third Annual Conference of Government and Economics. I think one issue that certainly comes to mind is whether any changes have taken place in the relationship between the government and the market in China through the trials and tribulations of the pandemic. If so, what sort of changes?        When we speak of such changes, we always compare them to the government-market relationship before the pandemic, using this as a frame of reference. Let’s look back on last year and on these first five months of 2021 to track the clues...
2021 . 06 25
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