Australian National Centre for Latin American Studies presents:
“Latin America and China: Beyond Trade and Investments?”
Professor Enrique Dussel
6:30pm Thursday 3 November
The China-Latin American trade and investment relationship has deepened significantly.
But does this relationship extend beyond economic considerations? This presentation will look at the bilateral relationship from a socioeconomic perspective, discussing the possibilities for expanded cooperation in areas such as research and development, technology, education, and expanded cooperation in projects of mutual interest. To address these issues, the case of Mexico and China will be taken up as the focus, with the subsequent discussion looking for lessons from the existing Australia-China relationship.
Prof. Enrique Dussel Peters is a Professor at the Graduate School of Economics, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM), 1993 to present. Consultant for several Mexican and international institutions. B.A. and M.A. in Political Science at the Free University of Berlin, and Ph.D. in Economics at the University of Notre Dame. Research topics: economic development, political economy, industrial organization and trade theory, NAFTA and CAFTA, evolution of industrial, trade and regional patterns in Latin America and Mexico. Coordinator of the Area of Political Economy at the Graduate School of Economics at UNAM (2004-2008) and Coordinator of the Center for Chinese-Mexican Studies at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (since 2006).
The lecture is followed by refreshments. Free and open to the public, no RSVP required.