The International Conference on China and World Economy in Post Crisis Era

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The International Conference on

China and World Economy in Post Crisis Era

 

 

Nanjing, China, 21-22 November, 2009

 

 

Call for Papers

 

China Society of World Economics (CSWE) in conjunction with School of Economics and Management at Southeast University, Federation of Philosophy and Social Sciences of Jiangsu Province, the journal of China & World Economy will jointly organise the International Conference on China and World Economy in Post Crisis Era in Nanjing, China, 21-22 November, 2009.

 

The ongoing international financial crisis, which started in the United States in September, 2008 has brought grave challenges to global economy. The crisis has profound causes and could have complex and diversified financial and economic effects on world economy at different time horizons.  Amidst a global financial crisis which was rarely seen in history, it is of great significance to bring together experts and scholars of different countries to explore ways to promote world economic growth and discuss the role that China plays in maintaining international financial stability. Under these circumstances, this international conference seeks to undertake a comprehensive review and analysis on the current financial crisis and hear wisdom from scholars all over the world to tide over the crisis. Thus the conference carries with the title: “China and World Economy in Post Crisis Era”.

 

Selected distinguished scholars and government officials, from China, France, Australia, North America and elsewhere, will be invited to deliver keynote addresses to the conference. A business lunch has also been planned to particularly cater for the business community to update their knowledge on the Chinese economy and market.

 

We would like to invite all papers that review and evaluate the international financial crisis and China and world economic growth from various kinds of perspectives. Major conference topics include, but not limited to:

 

  • Features of China and world economy in post crisis era
  • Forecasts of world economic growth
  • Sino-U.S. economic relationship in post crisis era
  • Comparisons on financial regulations between U.S. and European Union
  • Long-term impacts of international financial crisis on the Chinese economy
  • Major countermeasures in coping with international financial crisis
  • The involution of international monetary system and internationalization of RMB
  • Macroeconomic policies in boosting domestic demand in post crisis era
  • Import and export strategies under new economic situation
  • “Going Out” Policy and China’s resource seeking  development strategy
  • Impacts of international financial crisis on global employment
  • Influences of international economic environment changes on China’s modes of utilizing foreign direct investment (FDI)
  • New models of regional development in post crisis era
  • Opening-up policies of costal areas under new world economic situationa

 

Interested participants should submit abstracts of no more than 300 words to conference2009@126.com by 15 September 2009. Authors will be notified of the acceptance of their papers for presentation by 30 September 2009. Final versions of all accepted papers should be submitted by 30 October 2009 so that discussants can be organised for your papers. For more details about the conference, please visit the conference website at: www.cswe.edu.cn or http://em.seu.edu.cn .

 

 

To plan your stay in Nanjing, you may wish to visit the following WebPages to find more information about Nanjing and the region:

 

http://www.nju.gov.cn/

http://www.njstation.com/main/index.aspx

http://www.njiairport.com/

 

For any inquiries about the conference, please email: conference2009@126.com, or contact:

 

Dr. Ren Fenghui

Secretary for International Affairs, School of Economics and Management

Southeast University, Nanjing, 210096, P.R. China

Phone: +86-25-5209 0739  Fax: +86-25-8379 4731

Cell Phone : +86-138 515 22227 (suggested hotline)