Jean-Raphaël Chaponnière visits NSU with lecture "Slowdown in the growth of China's economy: possible consequences"

Attn: students of Faculty of Economics(Master and Bachelor programs)

April 3d, 2017, Monday Room 3318, 14.30

Jean-Raphaël Chaponnière – an economist from France, researcher of Asie21 (Futuribles) and fellow of Asia Centre (research and forecasting modern Asia development in economical, social and geopolitical contexts)

With a lecture

Slowdown in the growth of China's economy: possible consequences (in English)

Curriculum vitae: Jean-Raphaël Chaponnière worked as an economist at the Agence Française de Développement, a state-owned financial institution operating in Africa, Asia and Latin America to fight poverty and support sustainable development; Was an economic adviser to the French embassy in the Republic of Korea and in Turkey; For 25 years he was engaged in research at the National Center for Scientific Research of France (CNRS). One of recent publication is an “Developing Economies in Asia: between Market and State” (Les économies émergentes d’Asie, entre Etat et marché, Armand Colin, 270 pages, 2014). (