Asian Development Outlook 2011
|Thursday 7 April 2011, 10:15 am – 12:15 pm
|Paul S Lam Conference Centre, 3/F, Amenities Building, Lingnan University, Tuen Mun, N.T. (near Siu Hong MTR), Hong Kong
|Dr. Changyong Rhee, Asian Development Bank's Chief Economist;
Dr Rhee is a former Sherpa and Secretary General of the Presidential
Committee for the G-20 Summit, Vice-Chairman of the Financial Services
Commission and Chairman of the Securities & Futures Commission of the Republic of Korea.
|Dr. Alicia García-Herrero, Chief Economist for Emerging Markets at BBVA
Dr. Guonan Ma, Senior Economist, Representative Office for Asia and the Pacific, Bank for International Settlements
Professor Ma Yue, Professor and Head of the Economics Dept, Lingnan University
Professor Larry Qiu, Professor, School of Economics and Finance, the University of Hong Kong
|Professor Jesús Seade, Vice-President and Sydney S. W. Leong Chair
Professor of Economics, Lingnan University
On 7 April 2011 (10:15am to 12:15pm) Lingnan University will host the Asian Development Bank's (ADB) new Chief Economist Dr. Changyong Rhee for the launch of ADB's flagship publication: Asian Development Outlook 2011.
The conference will consist of a lead presentation by Dr. Rhee followed by a panel discussion chaired by Prof. Jesús Seade (Lingnan University) that will include four leading academic and industry experts, namely: Dr. Alicia García-Herrero (BBVA's Chief Economist for Emerging Markets), Dr. Guonan Ma (BIS Senior Economist for Asia and the Pacific); Professor Yue Ma (Lingnan University) and Professor Larry Qiu (Hong Kong University).
The Asian Development Outlook is ADB's annual economic report providing a comprehensive analysis of macroeconomic and development issues of the developing member countries of the Asian Development Bank. The report also focuses on a selected topic each year.
The special theme for 2011, and the focus of Dr. Rhee's presentation and the Panel's discussion will be South-South Economic Linkages: their ongoing development and the changing economic centre of gravity from North to South. What opportunities does this shift open up in trade and investment for developing countries in Asia?