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[EAI Online Seminar] After Trump Series 4. U.S.-China Economic Decoupling under the New U.S. Administration and South Korea`s Choices

  • 2020-11-26

  

The East Asia Institute(President Yul Sohn) invited you to the 4th online seminar of the series, titled “US-China Economic Decoupling under the New US Administration and South Korea’s Choices.” Amid intensifying competition and economic decoupling between the US and China, the international society remains attentive to prospects of US foreign economic policy following the presidential election. During this seminar, experts discussed economic policies related to TPP, multilateralism and technology alliance and whether they would contribute to bringing pre-Trump normalcy under the Biden administration.

 

  • Date & Time: Nov 26(Thurs) 10:30 -11:40 (KST)
  • Speakers: Barry Eichengreen(George C.Pardee and Helen N.Pardee Professor of Economics and Political Science, University of California, Berkeley), T.J. Pempel(Jack M.Forcey Professor of Political Science, University of California, Berkeley)
  • Discussant: Seungjoo Lee(Chair, Trade, Technology, and Transformation Research Center, EAI ;Professor, Chung-Ang University)
  • Moderator: Yul Sohn(EAI President; Professor, Yonsei University)