An installment of the Edgerton Series on Responding to a Rising China, on how the United States should balance competition and collaboration with China, the prospects for economic decoupling, and the state of bilateral trade. Open to the public.
Dr. Geoffrey Garrett, Dean, Marshall School of Business, University of Southern California
Dr. Garrett is a former president and CEO of the Pacific Council. He is dean of the USC Marshall School of Business and holder of the Robert R. Dockson Dean’s Chair in Business Administration and Professor of Management and Organization. Read more.
The United States and China are deeply bound. They share robust interpersonal ties, influence one another’s cultural development, and occupy the imaginations of their respective publics. Though it is the economic piece of the U.S.-Chinese relationship that is its cornerstone. The last four decades have seen China grow to become both a peer and competitor of the United States in almost every industry. Join us as we host renowned political economist, dean of the USC Marshall School of Business, and former Pacific Council President Geoffrey Garrett to explore how the United States should balance competition and collaboration with China, the prospects for economic decoupling, and the state of bilateral trade.
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The Edgerton Series on Responding to a Rising China aims to provide proactive and forward-looking solutions to some of the most complex local, regional, and global issues facing the United States and China today, through regular engagement in debates and discussions with the foremost experts in Chinese affairs. The Edgerton Series is made possible by generous support from the Edgerton Foundation. We thank Dr. Bradford and Ms. Louise Edgerton for their continued support of and dedication to the Pacific Council.