Dameisha Forum/Forum Opinions
  • The Ruling Logic of the Communist Party of China

    Editor's notes: As the Communist Party of China will hold its 19th National Congress in 2017, Mr. Zheng examined the ruling logic of the CPC and its social and economic implications. He also offered his views on how the CPC can move forward following the 19th National Congress.

  • The Switch from “Education for Development” to “Education for Happiness”

    Editor's notes: With its roots in a philosophy that values grades rather than the individual talents and creativity, the current education system in South Korea, though producing the largest number of university graduates proportionally, has certain drawbacks. Mr. Moon provided a thorough evaluation of the Korean education system and redefined how happiness can be realized in a healthy education system.

  • Innovation-driven Development and Change of Perception

    There have been hustles and bustles on China’s slowing economic growth. Professor Li first identified the growth pattern of China’s economy. In comparison between the period of industrialization and the information era that we are in today, he pinpointed the importance of a different mindset. Further, Professor Li exemplified the necessity to look beyond economic development.

  • Improvement in Public Governance Structure: the Foundation of the Sound Development of China’s Capital Market

    We know that China’s capital market is still a new market compared with others in developed countries. Yet being new does not necessarily mean it is less mature, as forms of market development varies and we could develop in a much better way by building on the achievements of others. However we need to see that there are still some issues to be solved.

  • Challenges and Opportunities for regional economic architecture

    Editor's notes: The negotiations and ratifications of the two regional trade agreements, TPP and RCEP have captured wide attention. Ms. Cutler aspires that such mega trade agreements can significantly strengthen regional economic integration and lead to an increase in regional economc growth, jobs, trade and investment, and provide an important vehicle and externalforce for needed domestic reforms

  • Address at the Third Dameisha China Innovation Forum

    Address at the Third Dameisha China Innovation Forum by Siping Zhang, founder of Shenzhen Innovation and Development Institute

  • Follow the Right Track and Carry on with the SOE Reform

    Rongrong LI is the vice president of CCIEE and former director of SASAC. Speech delivered at the Forum on Reform and Development of SOEs of the 3rd Dameisha China Innovation Forum. Opinions expressed here belong to the author and do not necessarily represent the position of SZIDI.

  • Clarify understanding and pool strength to advance SOE reform

    Chen, Qingtai is former Party Secretary and Deputy Director of Development Research Center of the State Council. Speech delivered at the Forum on Reform & Development of SOEs of the 3rd Dameisha Forum. Opinions expressed here belong to the author and do not necessarily represent the position of SZIDI.

  • Structural Reforms in China and other G20 economies –The Challenge of International Policy Coordination

    Editor's notes: Mr. Wolff led us through the recent developments in international policy coordination. The G20 Summit, first launched to react to global financial crisis, is growing into a more influential and effective international policy coordination mechanism. As this year’s G20 Summit in Hangzhou called for “enhanced structural reform agenda” in each country, Mr. Wolff believes that such effective international policy coordination can prompt domestic structural reforms but at the same time has to react to certain challenges.

  • Sailing through Unchartered Waters

    Editor’s notes: Many advanced economies have been challenged by an aging population for years. China is now joining them. Mr. Wong exemplified the plans of Singaporean government, projects of the city government of New York and the experienced workers at the BMC as effective ways turn the aging population into productive workforce, in order to sustain economic growth.