IMBA Open Class- Macroeconomics and Public Policy
Location : Xuhui Campus, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Antai College of Economics and Management (SJTU ACEM) is widely recognized as one of China's leading business colleges, and draws upon its century-long legacy of academic leadership in China. Today, Antai’s MBA programs continue to receive extensive domestic and international recognition. In 2016, Antai College was ranked 39th among global MBA programs by the Financial Times, and 1st in employment rate. Additionally, Antai was the first business college in China to be triply accredited by AACSB, EQUIS, and the Association of MBAs. Domestically, Antai is consistently ranked among the top four business schools in China by major business school ranking publications. Antai offers both a full-time International MBA (IMBA) in English, and part-time MBA programs in Chinese. The Antai IMBA offers classes taught completely in English, and weekly Chinese classes are offered free of charge for three hours per week. Antai professors are respected experts in their fields, with rich experience in top universities and corporations around the world. They provide students within an international perspective while focusing on China, and integrate elements of Chinese and Western culture and business practices through case studies and group projects dealing with both international and local businesses. Antai IMBA students come from a variety of countries and backgrounds, making for a globally diverse cohort. Students may also participate in semester-long exchange to one of our many partner schools around the world. And please allow me to present the statistic according to Financial Times, which shows the average annual salary of IMBA graduates reaches 113,340 USD . IMBA program would be a perfect choice and worthy investment for your future career. We kindly suggest you to consider our recommendation.
Open Class Topic: Macroeconomics and Public Policy
Lecturer: Professor LU Ming
Time: 8:30am on March.2, 2016
Venue: Xuhui Campus, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
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Professor LU Ming is a distinguished professor, Ph.D. supervisor and director of Center for China Development Studies at the Department of Economics, Antai College of Economics and Management, Shanghai Jiao Tong University. Also, he is a member of the Shanghai National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference. He works as an adjunct professor for Fudan University, Lincoln Studies Center, Peking University, Hitotsubashi University and as an expert consultant for the World Bank and the Asian Development Bank. He got Ph.D. degree in economics at Fudan University in 2001. He once worked as a Fulbright Scholar for Harvard University and NBER and as a visiting scholar at the United Nations University/World Institute for Development Economics Research (WIDER), Helsinki, Finland, Université Paris Sorbone, Queen’s University, Canada, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium, Université de Lille 1, Hongkong University of Science and Technology, Université Paris Dauphine, National University of Singapore and Le Centre d'études de l'emploi, France.
The honors he won included “New Century Talent” awarded by the Ministry of Education, “Shanghai Shuguang Scholar”, “Shanghai Leading Talents” and “Shanghai's Top Ten Youth Economic Figures”.
This course starts from China’s administrative system, and analyzes the distortions in the production factor markets, including financial, land and labor markets. China’s demand structure, industrial structure, income distribution, urban-rural and regional development will be studied during the course. We will deeply explain China’s economic policies from its micro-economic foundation.
This course will help the students understand China’s economic growth pattern with the Chinese characteristics. Students will be trained to analyze China’s economic problems and improve their abilities to make or respond to economic policies. Students are required to read the selected research papers on Chinese economy to build up their abilities to do researches on related topics.
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