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Nobel Economics Laureate Gives Lecture to Chinese Officials

Robert Mundell, professor of economics at Columbia University and the recipient of the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics in 1999, gave a lecture at the Chinese Academy of Governance (CAG) in Beijing. CAG, subordinate to the State Council, is a government agency for training officials and Chinese Communist Party cadres. The lecture was about the global financial crisis, reform of the international monetary system, and China’s role in the global economy. 

Wei Liqun, the CCP Secretary of the CAG issued a certificate of Professor Emeritus to Prof. Mundell. 
Source: People’s Daily, May 13, 2010