Professor Guanghua Wan presented his research at the FernUniversität in Hagen
The Center for East Asia Macroeconomic Studies was very honoured to welcome Professor Guanghua Wan from Fudan University in Shanghai, China from the 15th until the 22 th of November in Hagen. Professor Wan is currently the director of the Institute of World Economy at Fudan University. During his time at the FernUniversität, he gave a talk and presented his research on “China's Growth Prospect in the Medium Run”. The presentation was linked to a joint research project between Professor Wan and Professor Schmerer on “Infrastructure Development and Inclusive Growth: Impact Evaluation, Transmission Mechanisms and the Role of Institutions”.
The presentation took place in the Room 2 (Ellipse), Building 3 (TGZ ) at November 18th at 2 p.m.
About Professor Guanghua Wan:
Mr. Wan Guanghua was born in Jiangdu, China in 1961. He is Principal Economist at the Asian Development Bank. Formerly he was Project Director at UNU-WIDER and he has taught and did research in development economics and applied econometrics at a number of universities including the University of New England and the University of Sydney, both Australia. Furthermore, he is an honorary professor at several leading universities in China. Today he is the director of the Institute of World Economy at Fudan University in Shanghai, China. He is particularly noted for pioneering work in the development of regression-based decomposition techniques for inequality and poverty accounting. He has several academic papers published in peer-reviewed journals and over a dozen of books, some of those published by the highly regarded Oxford University Press.