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Transforming China's Financial System: Progress, Problems, and Prospect
Fred Zeliu Hu, Co-Director NCER, Tshinghua University; Chairman of Greater China,Goldman Sachs
Stanford Center for International Development presents its Tenth Annual Huang Lian Memorial Lecture
RSVP required by January 29 to
Dr. Fred Hu is Chairman of Greater China at Goldman Sachs. He has been instrumental in building the firm's franchise in the region for the past decade.
Before joining Goldman Sachs as chief economist in Asia in 1997, Dr. Hu was a staff member at the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in Washington D.C., where he was engaged in macroeconomic research and policy consultations for a number of member country governments including China.
Dr. Hu has served since 1996 as co-director and professor at the National Center for Economic Research (NCER) at Tsinghua University in Beijing, where he teaches a graduate course in international finance and macroeconomics. Dr. Hu has advised the Chinese government on financial reform, pension reform and macroeconomic policies. He sits on the Strategic Development Committee of Hong Kong SAR Government, and the Advisory Committee of the Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission, and is the co-chair of the Nature Conservancy's China Board. Dr. Hu earned an MS in Engineering Science from Tsinghua University and an MA and PhD in Economics from Harvard University.
Monday, February 08, 2010 | 4:30 pm — 6:00 pm