Peking University and BFI-China at the University of Chicago host a monthly virtual lecture series to convene renowned economists from each institution for lectures on modern economics, including economic growth, financial markets, technology innovations, and international relations. Each lecture will be followed by a critical discussion addressing economic issues facing China and the world today. The series offers insights into the groundbreaking research being conducted at each institution, evaluate the ever-changing economic and political landscape in the modern world, and expound the societal implications.
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 16
Financial Regulation of European Football
Konstantin Sonin, John Dewey Distinguished Service Professor, Harris School of Public Policy, University of Chicago
Shuo Liu (Moderator), Assistant Professor, Guanghua School of Management, Peking University