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Call for Papers 2019 International Conference on U.S.-China Trade Relations and Reforms in Globalization

Time: 2019-12-07 07:35 Print


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Trade relation between China and the United States has changed significantly since 2018, so is the global governance system. For now, disputes between China and the U.S. have rapidly expanded from trade to technology and finance areas. As a result, both the global value chain and the global financial system are faced with much uncertainty. How to maintain a stable and efficient global value chain and a sustained economic growth becomes the top priority for academic, political and business fields. Disputes between China and the U.S. rise suddenly, yet with far-reaching effects. The academic and policy research on this issue is far behind the reality. We held the first "International Conference on U.S.-China Trade Relations and Reforms in Globalization" in December 2018. The conference will be held for the second time this year and will continue to be held in December every year. This conference aims to bring together academic and policy researchers and practitioners to exchange all-round and multi-angle views on a variety of issues. The conference aims to provide a platform for communicating, promote academic research and to offer policy discussions.

Conference Date: December 7th–8th, 2019

Conference Location: Tsinghua University, Beijing, China

Keynote Speakers:

Min Zhu

Dean of the National Institute of Financial Research, Tsinghua University, Former Deputy Managing Director, International Monetary Fund

Dani Rodrik (to be invited)

Ford Foundation Professor of International Political Economy, Harvard University

Robert W. Staiger (to be invited)

Roth Family Distinguished Professor in the Arts and Sciences, and Professor of Economics, Dartmouth College

Mark Wu (to be invited)

Henry L. Stimson Professor of Law, Harvard Law School

Conference Organizers:

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

n  Research Center for International Digital Capital (IDC), Tsinghua University Institute for Fintech Research

We invite research focusing on the following topics, including (but not limited to):

n  Historical review and outlook of globalization

n  Comparison of economic and social development data between China and the U.S.

n  Structural changes in the global value chain

n  Technical security and adjustment of Chinese industrial chain

n  History and current status of global economic and financial governance system

n  Reconstruction of global economic and financial governance system

n  The short-term and long-term effects of US-China trade disputes on the tri-polar of China, the U.S., the European Union and the world

n  Asian value chain and common market; Asia's deep cooperation and governance system

n  RMB exchange rate mechanism and the opening of China’s capital market

n  Development in international monetary system

n  The reforms and opening of China's domestic and international markets

n  Industrial policy and the development of the high-tech industry

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

n  U.S.-China competition and game strategy

Organizing Committee:

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

n  Xinding Yu, Associate Professor of School of International Trade and Economics, University of International Business and Economics; Researcher of CIFER, Tsinghua University

n  Xin Li, Associate Professor of School of Statistics, Beijing Normal University; Researcher of CIFER, Tsinghua University

Paper Submission:

n  Please submit your paper (or extended abstract) to:

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

n  The submission deadline is November 1th, 2019. Selected authors will be informed by November 7th, 2019.