Join us on Thursday, March 26, 2015 at 5:30 p.m. for a Liberty Café featuring Dr. Ning Wang on the rise of China as a surprising illustration of the free market's power to do good.
"Conventional wisdom in the West portrays the rise of China as a rival and potential threat to classical liberalism. This prevailing view grossly misreads the character of China's market transformation. Instead, I shall argue that the economic rise of China bears witness to the efficacy of economic freedom, the benevolence of the market, and the wisdom of limited government. Against many claims to the contrary, the China story is a stunning triumph of the classical liberalism." -Dr. Ning Wang
Atlas Network Economic and Trade Policy Advisor Laura Liu moderate this event.
Pizza and drinks will be served.
Dr. Ning Wang grew up in China. He was educated at Beijing University and the University of Chicago. He is currently a Senior Fellow at the Ronald Coase Institute and International Director of the Ronald Coase Center for the Study of the Economy at Zhejiang University, China. He has taught at the University of Chicago and Arizona State University. In 2012, he co-authored How China Became Capitalist with Ronald Coase, which won the 2013 Sir Antony Fisher International Memorial Award. The book is now available in 7 languages, and the Chinese edition won several book awards in China.
Laura Liu is the adjunct Fellow for the Atlas Freedom to Trade Global Initiative and FreedomtoTrade.org. Before joining Atlas, she worked as a policy analyst for International Monetary Fund and the Energy Research Institute, NDRC. She also worked for Reuters News Agency and the Bank of China where she was exposed to a variety of policy issues related to international trade and finance. In addition to that, she was the China program intern for the Cato Institute in 2009. Laura received her Bachelor of Arts of International Affairs and English Literature from Beijing Foreign Studies University, and her Masters in Public Policy with a concentration in International Trade and Finance from Harvard Kennedy School.