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October 24, 2016
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The Center on Global Energy Policy is pleased to host a presentation and discussion on China’s role in global energy finance with Kevin Gallagher, Boston University’s Pardee School of Global Studies and Co-director, Global Economic Governance Initiative and Bo Kong, ConocoPhillips Petroleum Professor of Chinese and Asian Studies and Assistant Professor of International and Area Studies, University of Oklahoma. They will be discussing two of their recent studies — Mr. Gallagher’s study titled ‘Fueling Growth and Financing Risk’ focuses on China’s global developmental finance institutions in general and China’s policy bank lending to foreign governments for energy in particular, and Mr. Kong’s study ‘The Globalization of Chinese Energy Companies’ which examines the extent to which the Chinese state has facilitated the globalization of Chinese energy companies. Center Inaugural Fellow David Sandalow will moderate the discussion after the presentations.
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