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US/China Trade Rivalry – Great Decisions

China’s economic rise and its current policies of increasing the role of the state in the economy have led some U.S. policymakers to seek to deny China access to U.S. technology and investment. This is seen as a necessary corrective to decades of predatory Chinese economic policies. Is this a wise strategy, and how effective can it be?

Guest Speaker: Dr. Sanjay Paul, Associate Professor of Economics at Elizabethtown College

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Mar 11 2024


6:00 pm - 7:30 pm




  • Sanjay Paul, PhD
    Sanjay Paul, PhD
    Professor, Elizabethtown College

    Dr. Paul joined Elizabethtown College in 2002. He teaches courses in mathematical economics, data visualization, international economics and a first-year seminar on globalization. He has developed an International Organizations Seminar in which he leads a study tour to Switzerland and Germany, which involves collaboration with Konstanz University in Germany. In the past he has led study tours to Brussels, Dhaka, and the United Nations, New York.
    His research interests include globalization, economic development and trade policy. Dr. Paul has written on economic issues for the Patriot News.
    He has a Ph.D. in economics from the State University of New York, Buffalo, and Bachelor’s of Technology in Civil Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras.