China's Economic and Political Outlook Under Xi Jinping and Li Keqiang
Xi Jinping and Li Keqiang have assumed the top party and government positions in China. Among their economic and political agenda are slowing economic growth, a widening income gap, widespread corruption, and how to regain the public’s trust and support for the Communist Party of China. In response, the new leadership has initiated an anti-corruption campaign aimed at encouraging austerity among China’s elites and highlighted urbanization as essential to sustaining economic growth.
Junhua Wu // Public Policy ScholarChairwoman and Chief Economist, The Japan Research Institute (Shanghai) Consulting Co, Ltd., Council Member. The Japan Research Institute Ltd. (JRI), Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group (SMFG). Tokyo, Japan., Honorary Research Fellow. Center for Japanese Studies, Fudan University. Shanghai, China., Chief Senior Economist. JRI, SMFG. Tokyo, Japan.
Research Director of the Canon Institute for Global Studies