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'Australia well placed to capitalise on Chinese investment boom', says Dan Rosen

15 Jul 2013

The University of Sydney Business School Australia China Business Network has hosted international expert Dan Rosen, Adjunct Associate Professor at Columbia University and partner at Rhodium Group (RHG), who spoke on the reasons for Chinese capital seeking global investment opportunities.

The lecture, presented as part of a series by the Australia China Business Network, provided invaluable insight into the current state of the Chinese economy, and how Australia and the United States could best work with China to maximise the benefits of Chinese foreign direct investment.

"Dan Rosen is uniquely qualified to talk about Chinese outbound direct investment," says Professor Hans Hendrischke, Professor of Chinese Business at the University of Sydney, who organised and introduced the lecture. "His ideas are highly topical, not only from a US but also from an Australian perspective. Chinese outbound investment will greatly increase in the coming years, and Australia's business relations with China are bound to diversify as the mining boom makes way for more fine-grained cooperation. The Business School is very thankful to Dan for taking the time to speak."

Dan Rosen is a partner at RHG and leads the firm's work on China. Since 1993 he has been a staff member of the Peterson Institute for International Economics in Washington DC, focusing on China and authoring seven major studies. Since 2001, he has served as Adjunct Associate Professor at Columbia University, teaching graduate seminars on the Chinese economy at the School of International and Public Affairs.

The next Australia China Business Network lecture will be held on Thursday, 18 July at the Business School's CBD campus. It will feature Anne Stevenson-Yang, Co-Founder and Research Director of J Capital Research Ltd, who will speak on the topic of "The Last Phase of the Bubble: Creative Financial Products in China."

For more details on the 18 July event, please visit the Business School Events Calendar.