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International Conference on US-China Trade Relations and Reforms in Global Economic Governance-Call for Papers

Time:2018-12-07 Print

Trade relation between China and the United States has changed significantly since 2018. Global economic governance is facing severe challenges. The US-China trade disputes has rapidly extended to the areas in US-China relation, global economic governance and the China’s reform and opening. It has become an urgent task for academia, political and business world to understand and analyze the issues. This conference aims to bring together academic and policy researchers and practitioners to discuss issues concerning US-China trade disputes, global governance and China’s reforms and opening up policies. The conference will study and exchange facts and analytical frameworks, promote academic research and finally, offer policy suggestions.

Conference Date: December 7th–9th, 2018

Conference Location: Beijing, China

Conference Organizers:

Center for International Finance and Economic Research (CIFER), Tsinghua University National Institute of Financial Research

Monetary Policy and Financial Stability Research Center, Tsinghua University National Institute of Financial Research

Guest Speakers (TBD):

Wenling Chen, Chief Economist of China International Economic Exchange Center
Yifu Lin, Dean of the Institute of New Structural Economics at Perking University, Former Chief Economist of the World Bank
Ezra Vogel, Professor of Harvard University
Shang-Jin Wei, Professor of Columbia University

Min Zhu, Dean of the National Institute of Financial Research at Tsinghua University, Former Vice President of the IMF 

We invite original contributions focusing on the following topics including, but not limited to:

US-China trade disputes: facts and causes, long-term and short-term impacts and response strategies
Precautions for possible crisis stemming from the US-China trade disputes
Policy changes and impacts on US-China goods and services trade
Policy changes and impacts on US-China investment relationship
Policy changes and impacts on US-China monetary and financial market
Policy changes and impacts on US-China technical cooperation
Policy changes and impacts on US-China personnel exchange opportunities
Policy changes and impacts on US-China relationships in political, military, diplomatic, and cultural fields
Reforms in global governance system
Economic and trade cooperation in Asia
The theory and practice of multilateral, plurilateral and bilateral trade agreement
RMB exchange rate mechanism and the opening of China’s capital market
New international monetary system
The reforms and opening of China's domestic and international markets
Industrial policy and the development of the high-tech industry

Industrial restructuring strategy: bulk commodity, artificial intelligence and automotive industries, etc. 

Organizing Committee:

Hao Zhou, Unigroup Chair Professor of PBC School of Finance, Tsinghua University

Jiandong Ju, Unigroup Chair Professor of PBC School of Finance, Tsinghua University 

Paper Submission:

Please submit your paper (or extended abstract) to:

http://china-us.events.pbcsf.tsinghua.edu.cn/register?ticket=161 

The submission deadline is November 7th, 2018. Authors will be informed by November 15th, 2018.


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