China Center of International Economic Exchange (CCIEE) visits EUR

On 25 April 2019, a delegation from China Center of International Economic Exchange (CCIEE), led by Prof. LIU Kegu, the Vice Chairman of Academy Committee of CCIEE visited the EUR. CCIEE is China’s leading think-thank, similar to Clingendael in The Hague. The meeting was held by Ms. Weichia Tseng, Managing Director of the Erasmus University China Centre (EUCC). Prof. Chen ZHOU (Econometrics, ESE), Prof. Arjen Leerkes (Sociology, ESSB), Prof. Harold Koster (Corporate and Financial Law, ESL) and Dr. JI Kan (RaboBank) joined the meeting and the discussion

CCIEE delegation members:

Prof. LIU Kegu                     Vice Chairman of Academy Committee of China Center of International Economic Exchange (CCIEE)

Ms. LIU Wei                         Senior Policy Analyst, Peking University-Lincoln Institute Center for Urban Development and Land Policy

Ms. DONG Pengli               Vice Director, Committee for Inclusive Finance of China Association for the Promotion of Development Financing

Mr. ZHANG Guosheng       Economic and Commercial Counsellor, Chinese Embassy

Mr. CHEN Chishu               Corporate Banking & Finance Institutions Department

Mr. CHEN Ketao                 Chief Representative of China Development Bank in the Netherlands

The purpose of the meeting was to discuss several topics, including financial management system, tax regulations, social security system, population aging issue and pension system, and housing security issue in the Netherlands. The EUR participants gave the guests an in-depth explanation and illustration of the situation in the Netherlands, especially in finance and pension. The meeting was meaningful and fruitful for both parties and interesting comparisons between the two countries were made.

There is a chance that the discussion will be further explored this fall and hopefully concrete research might follow.


For more information on the Chinese partner universities of the EUR, please contact Erasmus University China Center (EUCC,