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Mary Boyd | China's One Belt, One Road

  • The Wooden Box 9 Qinghai Road Shanghai (map)

This event is organized under the alumni club of the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), co-sponsored by Young China Watchers, and supported by the ESSCA School of Management.

Mary Boyd
China's One Belt, One Road 

Bonus: Prospects and challenges on China’s ‘one belt, one road’: a risk assessment report, from The Economist Intelligence Unit. Download it here

Event Details:

Date:            Monday 11 May 2015 | 19.00 – 20:30

Venue:         9 Qinghai Lu (just to the South of Nanjing West Road), Shanghai
                        青海路 9 号, 近南京西路, 地铁二号线南京西路站

                        19.00 – Doors Open
                        19.15 – Lecture
                        20.00 – Q&A
                        20.30 – Mixer/Drinks/Dinner
                        21.30 – Live music at the Wooden Box

Admission:  50RMB

RSVP:            Please RSVP to Frank Tsai of Hopkins China Forum
                          [email protected]

 

ABOUT THE SPEAKER

Mary Boyd is responsible for programme development and client servicing in Shanghai. She also provides research and conceptual support on China for Corporate Network programmes. 
Before joining The Economist Group Mary Boyd was in the Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs, serving on assignment in Hong Kong, Thailand, Taiwan and China (in Shanghai, Guangzhou and Chongqing). Since leaving government service she has researched and published on economic development and governance issues in China, and has undertaken consultancy work for the World Bank and other international institutions, as well as multinational companies. She has written for a number of Economist Intelligence Unit publications, including "Country Report", "China Hand" and "Business China". She co-authored the Economist Intelligence Unit report "Taking on the Competition: Domestic Companies in China in 2005". 
Ms Boyd has an MA (Area Studies) and an MSc (Public Policy and Management) from the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, and has also completed language studies at Nanjing University. Her research interests include local governance and decentralisation policies, and public-sector reform.