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Call for Papers-2021 International Conference on US-China Trade Disputes and Reforms in Globalization

Time: 2021-04-20 15:32 Print

The economic recovery progresses after the pandemic recession vary significantly across countries in 2020. Difficulties of unprecedented scale confront global governance and inefficient multilateral mechanisms. The disputes between U.S. and China have expanded from trade to high-tech and finance industries. Risks and uncertainty in global supply chain and financial system are also growing.

We have held "Conference on International Trade Disputes and Globalization Reconstruction" for three consecutive years since December 2018. The conference has become the most influential and the only academic annual meeting focusing on US-China trade disputes in China. This year the conference will be held on December 3-5. We aim to bring together academic and policy researchers and practitioners to carry out all-round and multi-angle development on a variety of issues. The conference will study and exchange facts and analytical frameworks, promote academic research and finally, offer policy suggestions. 

Conference Date: December 3rd to 5th, 2021

Conference Location: Online + Onsite Meeting

Conference Organizers:

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

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

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

  • Recovery from the pandemic recession and rebalancing the global economy

  •  Historical data review and outlook of globalization

  • Global governance system (Trade, Finance, Industrial policy)

  • Great power competitions and US-China relations

  • The impacts and responses of trade disputes

  • Long-arm jurisdiction

  • Competition in high-tech industry and Industrial policy

  • Asian Economic Cooperation

  • Competition and development on international monetary system

  • Cross-border payment and China's capital market opening

Organizing Committee:

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

  • Xinding Yu, Associate Professor at School of International Trade and Economics,University of International Business and Economics

Paper Submission: