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China Innovation Series - Shared screen with speaker view
Xiaojuan Ping
17:01
Thank you everyone for joining us today! If you have any questions or comments, please submit them using the Q&A function (at the bottom of your Zoom window).
Xiaojuan Ping
39:32
Denis, do you happen to know the names of the books David was referring to?
Denis Simon, Ph.D.
42:26
Sent to your email
Denis Simon, Ph.D.
43:27
Also Denis Simon and Cong Cao: China's Emerging Technological Edge: Role of High End Talent
Xiaojuan Ping
43:38
Thanks for the list!
Joe Choo
01:01:33
Hi I was the anonymous attendee, my email is joseph.choo@duke.edu. Thank you so much!
Xiaojuan Ping
01:02:51
Hi Joe, thanks for the email, we’ll be sure to send you the recording once it’s ready.
Xiaojuan Ping
01:11:22
A gentle reminder that we invite your comments and questions in the Q&A. Thank you!
seymour hersh
01:13:45
How does China foster leading edge innovation?
Renate Kwon
01:30:17
Panelists cannot ask questions in Q & A, but do you see the increasing emphasis on central control (“Xi Jinping Thought?”) and the return to the central economic planning model (rather than the freewheeling capitalism of the early Aughts that enabled educated entrepreneurs to strike it rich) being a medium-term to long-term disincentive for those educated overseas to return? (Political scientists always are asked to predict the future, after all…)
Xiaojuan Ping
01:38:37
Our next (and final) webinar in the 2021 China Innovation Series will take place on December 7th (Tue), at 7pm Eastern Time. Dr. Scott Kennedy (CSIS) will talk about “Principled Interdependence: How to Maintain America’s High-Tech Advantages Over China”. RSVP here: bit.ly/ChinaInnovationFA21.
Xiaojuan Ping
01:39:03
https://duke.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_5JzXMX9OS6WiVJGtHzbvKQ