9th International Conference on the Chinese Economy - Call for Papers
China as a leader in the world economy:
implications for the political economy
CERDI-IDREC, University of Auvergne, France
Clermont-Ferrand, 24-25 October, 2013
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The CERDI-IDREC organizes every two years an international conference on the Chinese economy. The conference attracts participants worldwide to address major economic issues and challenges that China and the world are currently facing.
The theme of this ninth conference is “China as a leader in the world economy: implications for the political economy”. The theme is significant and timely from both the research and policy perspectives.
The recent publications of some international institutions suggest China will become the first economy in the world. China faces internal challenges, for instance the need to increase domestic consumption and to continue some reforms, in the financial sector, the labour market, the social protection…
Meanwhile China plays an ever growing part at the international level: at the centre of Asian integration, new special partner of Africa, lending and investing in Europe. China’s principal interest in other developing countries is access to natural resources, but China’s economic interests are wider, in particular diversify its trade partners. The participants will discuss theoretical, conceptual, methodological and applied issues related to the multiple aspects of China’s economy and its unique economic and political systems. All fields of specialization within economics will be considered.
Papers focusing on the proposed conference themes such as China's economic relations with Asian and other countries will be given preferences. The themes of this 9th Conference are:
- Dynamics and growth
- Distributional and equity issues
- Monetary policy
- Environment, natural resources and climate
- Energy supply and security
- Migration and relations between urban and rural areas
- Education, health care and social protection
- Poverty, employment and development
- China's economic relations with Asian and other countries
How to submitInterested authors should submit either a draft or a detailed abstract of their paper by 15 June 2013, to: email@example.com. The abstract should include the objectives, the methodology as well as the expected results.
The scientific committee, in collaboration with the local organizing committee, will select papers for the conference. A confirmation of accepted papers will be sent to the authors by 30 June 2013.
The final version of the papers should be submitted by 15 September 2013.
How to registerRegistration: closed on 7 October 2013
Practical informationGeneral information as well as updates about the conference can be viewed on the CERDI-IDREC website http://www.cerdi.org/Chine2013.html
ContactQuestions concerning the conference can be emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
C. Batisse (CERDI-IDREC, Université d’Auvergne), J.C.Berthélemy (CES, Université de Paris 1), Y. P. Chen, (Université de Sheffield), G. Fan (CCER, NERI, Université de Pékin), B. Fleisher (Ohio State University), S. Guérineau (CERDI-IDREC, Université d’Auvergne), J. Hou (California State University), M. Lu (CCES, Université de Fudan, Shanghai), B. Naughton (Université de Californie, San Diego), S. Poncet (Université de Paris 1), P. Prime (Mercer University), M-F. Renard (CERDI-IDREC, Université d’Auvergne), S. Rozelle (Université de Stanford), W.T. Woo (Université de Californie, Davis), Y. Wu (University of Western Australia), Jun Zhang (CCES, Fudan University, Shanghai).
C. Batisse, M. Ciuchina, A. Cohade, C. Duvivier, S. Guérineau, H. Guo, M-F. Renard
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