Task Force Chairs

  • David Kennedy
    Harvard Law School
  • Joseph Stiglitz
    Initiative for Policy Dialogue

China is entering a critical phase in its move to a market economy, in which it will establish the basic institutional foundations of a market economy, including legal frameworks that will govern property rights, competition, corporate governance, intellectual property, bankruptcy, and contracts. Ongoing debates and discussions will have a major effect in determining the kind of market economy into which China will evolve. This provides a unique opportunity to think about the differences in institutional arrangements and their consequences-and what would normally be an academic exercise could turn out to have enormous impact for a quarter of the world's population. IPD's China Task Force convenes leading scholars and Chinese policy makers to discuss the challenges and opportunities facing the country as it transitions to a market economy.

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