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Harvard Kennedy School China SMEs Conference
Sun., Feb.13, 2011, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, USA

 

Conference Overview
After 30 years of economic reform and internationalization, China has now become not only the world’s biggest exporter, but also the world’s second largest and fastest growing economy. Despite this success, the other side of the Chinese Miracle is riddled with various social and environmental problems, such as massive biodiversity loss, climate deterioration, and social inequality. In the contemporary Chinese economy, there is a prominent imbalance between State Owned Enterprises (SOEs) and Privately Owned Enterprises (basically Small and Medium Enterprises - SMEs). It is startling that world media and general academic and corporate research often focuses on gigantic Chinese SOEs such as Sinopec and ICBC, despite the fact that more than 55% of real Chinese GDP and more than 85% of employment opportunities are actually created by Chinese privately owned enterprises - especially the SMEs. Moreover, under the 2010 “Guidelines to Promote the Healthy Development of Chinese Private Capital” and the 12th Five-year Plan by the State Council, Chinese SMEs will likely assume more prominence as they gain access to formerly restricted industries such as energy and natural resources, upgrade corporate business strategies, enhance management efficiency and obtain better opportunities to invest overseas. Chinese SMES will leverage their wide-ranging resources to provide better solutions for pertinent social and environmental problems in areas such as education, philanthropy, green infrastructure, and affordable housing and ultimately will contribute to the social progress of China and increase the world’s prosperity.

 

Under this grand backdrop, The Harvard Kennedy School China Society is organizing the 2011 HKS China SMEs Conference with the cooperation from the Harvard Club of Beijing and the China Huatuo CEO forum, a leading Chinese SME consulting corporation. Through lectures and expert led discussions, participants will have the opportunity to analyze the current situation of Chinese SMEs and engage in candid debate with respect to the challenges and opportunities these enterprises face. The goal of the conference is to increase knowledge and awareness of Chinese SMEs among Harvard Students through the creation of constructive dialogues and relationships with various academic, political, economic, social and international stakeholders.
 
Conference Agenda
Wednesday, Feb. 9, 2011
Crowne Plaza Time Square, New York, NY
Welcome by Consul Jianjun Cen, Chinese Consulate General in New York and Welcome to
Conference Participants from China by Former President of the United States Bill Clinton
Sunday, Feb. 13, 2011
B103, Northwest Laboratory, Harvard University

08:30 - 09:00 Registration
09:00 - 09:10 Hosted by Bruce L. Peng, Conference Chair and VP of Harvard Kennedy School China Society
Welcome and Opening Remarks by
John Haigh, Executive Dean, Harvard Kennedy School
09:10 - 09:30 Welcome by Meng Liu, China Representative of United Nations Global Compact Office
09:30 – 10:20 Business and Government Relations in the United States and implications to China by
Prof. Lawrence Summers, Former Secretary of the Treasury of the United States, Charles W.
Eliot University Professor and Frank and Denie Weil Director of Mossavar-Rahmani Center for
Business and Government, Harvard Kennedy School
10:20 – 10:55 Impact of Genetic Technology on World Economy and China’s development by
Prof. Craig C. Mello, University of Massachusetts Medical School and 2006 Nobel Laureate in Medicine
10:55 - 11:10 Coffee Break
11:10 - 12:00 Special Panels - Hosted by Bruce L. Peng, Conference Chair and VP of HKS China Society
“Non-Governmental Economy in China in the 21st Century and cultural dimensions of globalization” by
YAN, Jiehe, President of China Huatuo CEO Forum a nd leading Chinese thinker on New Confucians
Regina Abrami, Senior Fellow at HBS & Harvard Weatherhead Center for International Affairs
Platinum Sponsor CHINA HUATUO CEO FORUM
12:00 - 13:30 Lunch Break

13:30 - 16:40 Panel Discussion (Three sessions)
13:30 - 14:30 Panel One – Macroeconomic, social and investment environments in the US and China
Host by Mr. Ken Li, SVP of China Huatuo CEO Forum Group
William Overholt, Senior Research Fellow at Ash Center, Harvard Kennedy School
Harold Brown, CEO, the Hamilton Company, Boston, USA
Huiyao Wang, Vice Chairman, China Int’l Economic Cooperation Society of Ministry of Commerce

14:30 - 15:30 Panel Two - Business Opportunities for SMEs in China and the US
Host by Bruce L. Peng, Conference Chair and VP of Harvard Kennedy School China Society
Scott summers, SVP, Gale Int’l Property Development Group, New York, USA
Monika Freyman, CFA, Consultant on Emerging Markets, Trillium Asset Management Corporation
Xiaoqing Zhang, Partner, Ernst & Young US / China Overseas Investment Service, Boston, USA
Andrew Mao, Assistant GM and Chief Marketing Officer, China Merchant Bank New York Branch, NY

15:30 – 15:40 Coffee Break
15:40 – 16:40 Panel Three - Stories of Successful Private Entrepreneurs in China
Host by Eadie Chen, Former Senior Correspondent at Reuters and PR Director HKS China Society
Xingzhong Huang, Chairman of China Pacific Construction Group
Hui Liu, Chairman of Beijing Hong zheng Real Estate Development Ltd
Chuandong Yang, Chairman of Jiangsu Nantong Construction Ltd
Wenkai Jiang, Chairman of Gongdong New Pearl China Group Ltd
Gaiming Sun, Chairman of Henan Hongye Construction (Group) Ltd
16:40 – 17:30 Photos and Networking

18:00 – 22:00 Banquet / Charles Hotel Grand Ballroom
Attachments: a.) Speakers Biography b.) Map of Northwest Lab Harvard University
c.) Conference parking, dressing code and other logistics information

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