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The new model of urbanization will require that China continues to urbanize with the goals of economic efficiency, social equity, and environmental sustainability. This webinar will lay out what that reform agenda entails. Specifically, three markets of land, of labor, and of capital will be discussed because reform has to take place in these 3 markets.

Date: February 03, 2015

Time: 8:00AM EST

Themes: Planning, Finance and Governance

Speaker: Chorching Goh, Lead Economist, China/Mongolia/South Korea, East Asia & Pacific Region, World Bank

About the Course

The new model of urbanization will require that China continues to urbanize with the goals of economic efficiency, social equity, and environmental sustainability. This webinar will lay out what that reform agenda entails. Specifically, three markets of land, of labor, and of capital will be discussed because reform has to take place in these 3 markets.

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    Chorching Goh

    Chorching Goh is the lead economist for China, Mongolia, and South Korea at the World Bank. She graduated from Yale University, summa cum laude, with simultaneous BA and MA degrees, and from Harvard University, a PhD in Economics. Before moving to Beijing, Chorching was the lead economist for Ethiopia, Sudan and South Sudan. Prior to joining the Africa region, she worked on Russia, the former Soviet Republics, and new European Union member states.
  • In collaboration with Development Research Center of the State Council of the People’s Republic of China.