Live ‘China-U.S. EconTalk’ Round 5: Technology for good and sustainable development

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    How can technological improvements better facilitate the formation of an inclusive society with less inequality? What are the respective institutional advantages of China and the U.S.? What role should government play to make technology for social good? CGTN Anchor Kate Kui talks to Daron Acemoglu, institute professor of Massachusetts Institute of Technology and 2005 John Bates Clark medalist, and Lu Feng, professor of National School of Development and director of China Center for Macro Economic Research at Peking University, about technology for good and sustainable development.

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