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王辉耀:博士,教授,博士生导师,哈佛大学高级研究员,中国与全球化研究中心主任,欧美同学会/中国留学人员联谊会副会长,商务部中国国际经济合作学会副会长,中组部国际人才战略专题研究组组长,人社部中国人才研究会副会长,国务院侨办海外专家咨询委员会经济组召集人,九三学社中央经济委员会副主任,北京市政协顾问委员,中华海外联谊会理事,中国华侨历史学会副会长,先后兼任北京大学光华管理学院学院客座教授和加拿大亚太基金会高级研究员,也曾在美国布鲁金斯学会担任访问研究员。

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The 4th International Forum for Contemporary
Chinese Studies (IFCCS4)

China: Prospects and Challenges to 2020 

11-13 September 2011, University of Nottingham, UK

 

Organiser:

School of Contemporary Chinese Studies (with its China Policy Institute and Nottingham Confucius Institute), University of Nottingham


Co-organiser:

Asia Research Centre, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)

School of Sociology and Anthropology (SSA), Sun Yat-sen University

 

Sponsors:

The Office of the Chinese Language Council International (HANBAN)

The Leverhulme Centre for Research on Globalisation & Economic Policy (GEP)

China in Comparative Perspective Network (CCPN) and Confucius Institute for Business London, LSE

Integrating Global Society (IGS), University of Nottingham

Europe-China Research and Advice Network (ECRAN), funded by the European Union

Emerald Publishing

 

11 September (Sunday)

 

15.00 – 17.00  REGISTRATION (Foyer, Sir Clive Granger Building (SCG), University Park Campus)

 

17.00 – 18.00   WELCOME DRINKS RECEPTION (A42 and cafe area, SCG)

    (Sponsored by Nottingham Confucius Institute)

 

18.00 - 20.00  INFORMAL DINNER (A42 and cafe area, SCG)

 


12 September (Monday)

 

8.30 - 9.30  REGISTRATION (Foyer, Sir Clive Granger Building (SCG),      University Park)


9:30 - 10.00  CONFERENCE OPENING ADDRESS (A48,
 SCG)

Chair: Professor Shujie Yao, Head of School of Contemporary Chinese Studies, University of Nottingham

·         Professor David Greenaway, Vice Chancellor, University of Nottingham

·         Mr QIN Gang, Minister & Deputy Head of Mission, Chinese Embassy in London


10:00 - 11.00  PLENARY SESSION 1
: Perspectives to China  Experience I (A48, SCG)

Chair: Professor Athar Hussian, Director of Asia Research Centre, London School of Economics and Political Science

·         Professor WEN Tiejun (Renmin University, China): China Experience, Comparative Advantage, Rural-Reconstruction Experiment

·         Professor Bjorn Gustafsson (University of Gothenburg, Sweden): Unequal Growth – The Experience of Urban China

11.00 - 11.20                TEA / COFFEE


11:20 – 12:45  PLENARY SESSION 2
: Perspectives to China  Experience II (A48, SCG)

Chair: Professor Steve Tsang, Director of China Policy Institute, University of Nottingham

·         Professor Peter Van der Veer (Max Planck Institute, Germany): Citizenship, Civil Society and Governmental Reform

·         Professor Huiyao Wang (China Western Returned Scholars Association): China’s New Talent Policy, Implications and Impact on China's Development

·         Professor Suisheng Zhao (University of Denver, USA): China's Assertive International Behavior during the Global Downturn

12.45    – 14.00        LUNCH

 

14:00 - 15.45  PARALLEL SESSION 1

 

1.1 Global Environmental Protection (A48, SCG)

      Chair: Dr Cong Cao, University of Nottingham

 

  • Professor Minghong Zhu (Guangzhou Academy of Social Sciences):Path to Build Guangzhou into a Low-Carbon City  
  • Dr Li Zhang (University of Nottingham) and Professor Yuanlun Jiang (Beijing Normal University): Environmental Issues in EU-China Relations: Convergence, Deviation and the Chinese Perceptions
  • Dr Guoqing Yao (Nankai University): Efficient Allocation of Global Carbon Emission Rights: A Walker Mechanism Design
  • Dr Jing Zhang (University of Nottingham): Environmental Regulations, Governance and FDI Location in China

 

1.2 Civil Society & Good Governance (1) (A41, SCG)

Chair: Professor Jing Zhang, Peking University

 

  • Dr Feilian Cao (Beijing University of Technology and Chinese University of Hong Kong): Contemporary China’s Christianity-based Social Service Organisation and Civil Society - with Reference to Amity Foundation and Shanghai YMCA
  • Professor Liang-Yin Hsu (Tzu Chi University, Taiwan): The Development of HIV/AIDS NGOs in China
  • Dr Deljana Iossifova (University of Westminster): Crossing Borders, Jumping Scales: Urban Governance between Regulation and Self-Organisation
  • Dr Aying Liu (Middlesex University): Growth of China’s Urban Middle Class: Its Impacts on the Social and Economic Development

 

1.3 China's Economic Challenges (1) (A40, SCG)

      Chair: Dr Jian Chen, University of Nottingham 

 

  • Professor Robert Elliott (University of Birmingham): China’s State-Owned Stars: Productivity, Ownership and Exporting
  • Peter Thomas in der Heiden (University of Duisburg-Essen): Restructuring China’s Iron and Steel Industry – Lessons from the European Steel Crisis
  • Dr Minmin Xi (Queen’s University Management School, UK): Modeling Appropriateness of Balanced Scorecard Utilisation in Chinese Manufacturing Industry
  • Professor Jie Zhang and Yuanyuan Zhang (Jinan University): A Study on New International Division of Labour and Mechanism of Industrial Structure Evolution in China

 

1.4 China in Comparative Perspective (1) (A39, SCG) 

      Chair: Professor Stephan Feuchtwang, London School of Economics and Political     Science

 

  • Dr Amitendu Palit (The National University of Singapore): Are Climate Policies in China and India Responsive to Demographic Changes?
  • Karolina Wysoczanska and Dr Hongyi Lai (University of Nottingham): Divergent Polities towards Foreign and Private Enterprises in China and India
  • Dr Bidyut Mohanty (Institute of Social Sciences, India): ‘Missing Women’ in China and India – Do Female Children Have Better Hopes in 2020?
  • Dr Charlotte Goodburn (University of Cambridge): The Effects of Rural-Urban Migration on Access to Primary Education in China and India: A Case Study of Shenzhen and Mumbai

 

1.5 Network & Relationship Research (1) (A44, SCG)

      Chair: Professor Xiaowei Zang, University of Sheffield     

 

  • Professor Yanjie Bian (University of Minnesota and Xi’an Jiaotong University): Marketization and Job-Search Networks in Urban China: Three Decades of Change
  • Dr Yu Chen and Professor Gwilym Pryce (University of Glasgow): A Longitudinal Study of Migrants’ Job-Search in Shanghai
  • Fan Gu (London School of Economics and Political Science): A Comparative Study of Supervisor-Subordinate Relationship in China and West in Management Studies
  • Dr Xiangqun Chang (London School of Economics and Political Science): How Chinese Migrants Operate their Networks in Saving a Community - A Case Study on the Oriental City

 

15.45 – 16.00  TEA / COFFEE

 

16.00 -17.45  PARALLEL SESSION 2

 

2.1 Publication in International Journals (A48, SCG)

         Chair: Dr Stephen Morgan, Co-Editor of Australian Economic History Review and Associate Professor and Reader of School of Contemporary Chinese Studies, University of Nottingham

 

Discussants:

 

·         Professor Suisheng Zhao, Editor of Journal for Contemporary China  

·         Professor Robert Elliott, University of Birmingham  

·         Professor Bjorn Gustaffsson, University of Gothenburg, Sweden

·         Dr Cong Cao, University of Nottingham

 

2.2 University Engagement with Chinese Society (A41, SCG)

        Chair: Professor John Morgan, Chairman of the UK National Commission for UNESCO and School of Education, University of Nottingham

 

Discussants:

 

  • Ms Sharon Clancy, Head of Community Partnerships, University of Nottingham
  • Dr Bin Wu, PI of the student engagement with Chinese society projects and Senior Research Fellow, School of Contemporary Chinese Studies, University of Nottingham
  • Professor Nick Miles, Provost & CEO, University of Nottingham Ningbo China
  • Professor Liyan Zhang, Director of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Tianjin University of Finance and Economics
  • Mr Robin Dollery, Director of Student Service Centre, University of Nottingham
  • Mr Jason Feehily, Head of the East Midlands China Business Bureau
  • Dr. Huiyao Wang, Director General, Center for China and Globalization

 

18.00 –18.45  PRE-DINNER DRINKS (Great Hall, Trent Building, University     Park Campus)

                                       (Sponsored by Emerald Publishing)

 

18.45 – 20.30  CONFERENCE DINNER (Senate Chamber, Trent Building,   University Park)

                                         (Sponsored by Integrating Global Society (IGS))

 

 

13 September (Tuesday)

 

8.15 - 8.45  REGISTRATION (Foyer, Sir Clive Granger Building (SCG),   University Park)

 

8.45  - 9.00   OPENING OF ECRAN PhD STUDENT FORUM (A48, SCG)

 

Chair: Professor Elizabeth Wright, Chair of the China Policy Institute Advisory Board, University of Nottingham

 

·         Richard Pascoe, former Director of the China Policy Institute, University of Nottingham: The Europe China Research and Advice Network (ECRAN) -- A European Initiative to Promote China Research throughout the EU

 

9.00 – 10.30  PLENARY SESSION 3: China in Comparative   Perspective (A48, SCG)

 

Chair: Dr Kent Deng, Co-Director of China in Comparative Perspective Network, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)

 

·       Professor Stephan Feuchtwang (London School of Economics and Political Science): Putting China into Comparative Perspective

·       Professor Manoranjan Mohanty (University of Delhi, India): China, India and the Emerging Process of Global Restructuring

·       Professor Yaojun Li (University of Manchester): China and Britain, A Comparative Study on Social Capital and Social Trust

 

10.30 – 10.45   TEA / COFFEE

 

10.45 – 12.30  PARALLEL SESSION 3  

 

3.1  Accommodating China as a Global Power (1) (A48, SCG)

Chair: Dr Xiaoling Zhang, University of Nottingham

 

  • Han-Teng Liao (Georgetown's Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, USA): The Cultural Politics of User-Generated Encyclopedias: Comparing Baidu Baike and Chinese Wikipedia
  • Dr Jianling Guo (Zhejiang Normal University): The Image of China in Literary Translation: Taking Yu Hua’s "Brothers" as an Example
  • Professor Lijiang Chen (Shanghai University of Sports): The Image of China and Chinese in Western People - An Analysis of Western Media Coverage of World Expo Shanghai
  • Dr Qianlan Wu (University of Nottingham): When International legal norms speak Chinese: Socialization of International Competition Law Norms in China’s Antimonopoly Law?

 

3.2  Civil Society & Good Governance (2) (A41, SCG) 

      Chair: Professor Yuejin Jing, Tsinghua University

 

  • Professor Hugo de Burgh, Zeng Rong and Mi Miao (University of Westminster): Responding to an Activist Public -- Reconfiguring Relationships between City Government and Media
  • Dr Xiongwei Song (Chinese Academy of Governance): Analysing the Prospects of China’s Political Reform in 21st Century
  • Dr Deyong Ma and Dr Zhengxu Wang (University of Nottingham): Institutional Innovations and Legitimacy of Local Government: A Comparative Analysis of 20 Townships
  • Dr Zhengxu Wang (University of Nottingham): Do Democratic Innovations at the Local Level Enhance or Erode the Survivability of a Non-Democratic Regime: Evidences from 20 Townships in China

 

3.3  Public Goods, Policies and Management (1) (A40, SCG)

Chair: Dr Jackie Sheehan, University of Nottingham

 

  • Dr Lichao Wu, Somnath Sen and Dr Puyang Sun (Nankai University and University of Birmingham): Optimal Scale of Urban Development and Livability Issues: Evidences from Chinese Cities
  • Peipei Fan (Nanjing University): Unparalysed Backbone: Reviving Governments at Grassroots after 5.12 Wenchuan Earthquake
  • Wei Yang (The London School of Economics and Political Science): Income-Related Inequalities in Adult Health in China from 1997 -2006
  • He Huang (University of Kent): Winner and Loser in Wuhan City Development: A Comparison of Two Urban Villages

 

3.4  China’s Finance Issues and Studies (1) (A39, SCG) 

      Chair: Dr Chun Kwok (Henry) Lei (University of Macau)

 

  • Julian Gruin (University of Oxford): The Embeddedness of the Chinese Financial Sector during the Reform Period 1978-2010
  • Dr Yizhe Dong (University of Durham): Cost Efficiency of the Chinese Banking Sector: Comparing Data Envelopment Analysis and Stochastic Frontier Analysis
  • Dr Qingbin Meng (Renmin University) and Xiaoting Jin (Nankai University): The Effects of Macro-economic Factors on Stock Markets: Markov Switching Analysis
  • Dr Dan Luo and Professor Shujie Yao (University of Nottingham): Monetary Policy and Asset Pricing - A Case Study Based on China

 

3.5   China’s Economic Challenges (2) (A44, SCG) 

      Chair: Dr Aying Liu, Middlesex University

 

  • Dr Winston Mano (University of Westminster): Framing China in Zimbabwean Media: One Country, Many Stories
  • Lauren A. Johnston (Peking University) and Dr Stephen Morgan (University of Nottingham): The Gravity of China's African Trade Promises
  • Dr Marian Urbina Ferretjans and Rebecca Surender (University of Oxford): China’s Cooperation with African States: A New Paradigm for Social Policy Analysis?
  • Dr Jian Chen (University of Nottingham): Political Economy of IPO Underpricing

 

3.6  ECRAN PhD Student Forum (1) (A45, SCG): Economics & finance

Chair: Dr Lucy Zheng, University of Westminster 

 

  • Yong Sheng (University of Birmingham): Understanding China’s Rural Income Growth, Theoretical and Empirical Analysis
  • Suyu Liu (University of Oxford): Inequalities in Their First Job Salaries: Evidence from the Chinese Labour Market
  • Liyun Zhang (University of Birmingham): Firm Heterogeneity and Exporting: An Empirical Analysis for China
  • Yiying Xu (University of Westminster): The Analysis of China’s Economic Recovery after Global Financial Crisis
  • Jiaqian Chen (London School of Economics and Political Science): Causes of Asset Shortages in Emerging Markets

 

3.7  ECRAN PhD Student Forum (2) (C43, SCG): Social, Cultural & Environmental Issues

      Chair: Dr Tyler Rooker, University of Nottingham

 

  • Nie Chen (University of Bristol): Meaning of Home Ownership of Young People in the Transitional Housing Market in China
  • Yu Tao (University of Oxford): A Solo, a Duet or an Ensemble? A Quantitative Report on Religious Believers, Groups and Policies in Contemporary Rural China
  • Ivana Karaskova, (Charles University, Czech Republic): China, India and Energy Security: Academic Discourse and the Construction of "China's Rise”
  • Todd J. Edwards (Brussels Institute of Contemporary China Studies (BICCS) , Belgium): Straightening the Road for Electric Vehicles in China

 

12.30 – 13.30              LUNCH

 

13.30 – 15.00  PARALLEL SESSION 4

 

4.1  Accommodating China as a Global Power (2) (A48, SCG)

      Chair: Dr Hongyi Lai, University of Nottingham

 

  • Dr Ying Zhou (Waseda University, Japan): Confucius Institutes: An Agent of China’s Soft Power?
  • Dr Xiaoling Zhang (University of Nottingham): Africa -- China’s Latest Chosen Continent for the Promotion of Soft Power
  • Dr Jalel Ben Haj Rehaiem (University of Gafsa, Tunisia): China’s 21st Century Trust Dilemma

 

4.2  Network & Relationship Research (2) (A41, SCG)

      Chair: Dr Xiangqun Chang, London School of Economics and Political Science

 

  • Professor Heung-Wah Wong (University of Hong Kong) and Dr Hoi Yan Yau (University College London): Transcending Expressivity and Instrumentality: Critical Studies of Chinese Friendship and Gift Giving
  • Dr Xin Zhang (Shanghai University): The Mechanism Research On the Western-China - Electric Power Enterprise Network
  • Professor Xiaowei Zang (University of Sheffield): A Comparative Study of the Differences in Network Composition between Han Chinese and Uyghurs in ?rümchi

 

4.3  Public Goods, Policies and Management (2) (A40, SCG)

          Chair: Dr Zhengxu Wang, University of Nottingham

 

  • Professor Jing Zhang (Peking University): Society Rebuilding in Contemporary China:Experiences and Challenges
  • Dr Ying Zhou and Professor Robert Elliott (University of Birmingham): Inequality and Wages in China: A Spatial Analysis
  • Dr Chun Kwok (Henry) Lei (University of Macau): The Linkage between Income Inequality and Technical Efficiency across Chinese Provinces
  • Dr Yunxia Yang (Northwestern Polytechnical University, China) and Dr Bin Wu (University of Nottingham): Employment Discrimination in China: A Preliminary Study of LinshiGong (temporary workers) Phenomenon in the Public Sector   

 

4.4  China’s Finance Issues and Studies (2) (A39, SCG) 

      Chair: Dr Julian Gruin, University of Oxford

 

  • Professor Baowei Li (Nankai University): Global Excess Liquidity and Chinese Currency Impact on the Stability of the International Monetary System
  • Dr Lucy Zheng (University of Westminster) and Dr Hui Tan (Royal Holloway, University of London): Home Country Heterogeneity in the Determinants of China’s Inward Foreign Direct Investment

·         Dr Chunxia Jiang (Middlesex University), Professor Shujie Yao (University of Nottingham), and Professor Genfu Feng (Xi’an Jiaotong University): Privatization and Bank Efficiency in China

 

4.5  China in Comparative Perspective (2) (A44, SCG)

      Chair: Dr Hans Steinmuller, London School of Economics and Political Science

 

  • Professor Hiroko Hagiwara (University of Hyogo, Japan): Financial Reform and Financial Intermediation in China
  • Tian He (University of Sheffield): Are there Lessons from Taiwan’s Economic Development for Mainland China’s Democratic Evolution? - A Comparative Assessment of the Impact of Economic Development on Democratisation in Mainland China and Taiwan
  • Professor Guihong Yang (Beijing University of Technology): Comparing Research on The Origin of Social Security in China and Europe

 

4.6  ECRAN PhD Student Forum (3) (A45, SCG): Politics, Law & Global Affairs 

      Chair: Dr Quianlan Wu, University of Nottingham

 

  • Shaowei Lin (The University of Edinburgh): Derivative Actions in China: One Step Forwards, Two Steps Backward?
  • Tracey Fallon (University of Nottingham): Symbolic Power and the PRC’s International Promotion of Chinese Language and Culture
  • Tanina Zappone (Rome University, Italy): New words for A New International Communication: the Case of “Public Diplomacy”    
  • Su-Jeong KANG (University of Nottingham): Nationalist Public Opinion and China’s Policy towards Japan

 

4.7  ECRAN PhD Student Forum (4) (C43, SCG): China, EU and International Relations

      Chair: Dr Li Zhang, University of Nottingham

 

  • Falk Hartig (Queensland University of Technology, Australia): Confucius Institutes - Wielding Chinese Soft Power or Spreading Communist Propaganda?
  • Lucie Qian Xia (London School of Economics and Political Science): Building Sino-European Synergies: Europe as an Idea and a Model for China
  • Oana Arsanu (Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium): EU-China Trade Relation. The Role of Public and Private Actors
  • Isabelle de Lichtervelde (Brussels Institute of Contemporary China Studies, Belgium): China vs US Currency Disputes: An Economic Security Dilemma in the Making

 

15.00 – 15.15   TEA / COFFEE

 

15.15 -16.15  PLENARY SESSION 4: Toward China 2020:  An  Academic Agenda (A48, SCG)

 

Chair: Professor Xiaowei Zang, Head of School of East Asia Studies, University of Sheffield

 

Panelists:

 

·         Professor LU Xueyi, Honorary President of the Chinese Sociological Association, China

·         Professor BIAN Yanjie, University of Minnesota & Xi’an Jiaotong University

·         Professor Hugo de Burgh, Director of the China Media Centre, University of Westminster

·         Professor JING Yuejin, Deputy Chair of the Department of Politics, Tsinghua University

·         Dr Zhengxu Wang, Deputy Director of the China Policy Institute, University of Nottingham

·         Professor Stephan Feuchtwang, London School of Economics and Political Science

16.15 – 16.30  PRESENTATION OF ECRAN YOUNG RESEARCHER   AWARDS (A48, SCG)  

 

Chair: Professor Lina Song, ECRAN Senior Expert, and Professor of Economic Sociology and Social Policy, University of Nottingham

 

Dr Jing Zhang, School of Contemporary Chinese Studies, University of Nottingham, will announce the results of the 2011 ECRAN PhD Student Forum

 

16.30 – 16.45  CLOSING CEREMONY (A48, SCG)

 

Chair: Professor Shujie Yao, Head of School of Contemporary Chinese Studies, University of Nottingham

 

  • Professor Daming Zhou, Dean of the School of Sociology and Anthropology, Sun Yat-sen University
  • Professor Athar Hussian, Director of Asia Research Centre,  London School of Economics and Political Science

 

17.00 – 19.00  CHEVENING CHINESE YOUNG LEADERS PROGRAMME   SHOWCASE AND GRADUATION RECEPTION (Great Hall,   Trent Building, University Park)

 

 

15 delegates from the All-China Youth Federation are attending this year's IFCCS4 conference as part of a 9-week training programme delivered by The University of Nottingham on behalf of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, with sponsorship from BP. ALL DELEGATES ARE WELCOME.

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