Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Speaker at Y2E2 on January 13, Noon

The Collaboratory for Research on Global Projects would like to invite to the first CRGP Brown Bag seminar session of the quarter.

This will be held tomorrow Wednesday at 12 noon in room 270 in the Y2E2 building.

The first speaker is Mr.Li Kaimeng of the quarter who will be talking about Infrastructure Investment and Sustainable Development in China: Achievements, Problems, Cause and Future Prospects

Mr.Li Kaimeng is a visiting scholar at stanford university/CGRP department. He is the Director-general of the Center for Investment Project Feasibility Studies and Evaluation within China International Engineering Consulting Corporation (CIECC), which is the largest engineering project consulting firm owned by the central government of China.

Li Kaimeng is a senior research fellow in CIECC, and he has worked in CIECC for 14 years in project appraisal in terms of financial, economic, social and environmental impact analysis. He also had worked in the Macro-economic Research Academy of the National Development and Reform Commission of China (NDRC) for 4 years before he entered CIECC. As an On-job doctorate majored in Natural Resources and Environmental Economics in China Renmin University, he concentrates on the research for sustainable goals of investment in the whole project cycle.

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