The Chinese Development and Modernization Experience:
Defying mainstream economic theories to achieve unprecedented progress.
The purpose of this workshop is to assemble academic contributions addressing current opportunities and challenges to China’s National Economic and Social Development and Long-Term Objectives. It also aims to explore how ongoing and upcoming reforms will affect its future prosperity and global relations. The Conference will include distinguished keynote speakers, roundtable forums, and parallel sessions.
Barbara Fraumeni (Central University of Finance and Economics, Beijing, China)
Jack Hou (California State University, Long Beach, USA)
Tony Fang (Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's, Canada)
The organizing committee welcomes both empirical and theoretical contributions.
Papers can address the following issues about Chinese modernization:
- Going Beyond Mainstream Economic Theories
- Human Capital Accumulation and Labor Markets
- The Middle-Income Trap, Demographic Dividends, and Aging Society
- Human Development and Capabilities
- Structural Change and Dual Circulation
- Migration and human mobility
Abstract submission deadline: May 15th, 2022
Acceptance decision: May 31st, 2022
Registration deadline: June 30th, 2022
Full paper submission deadline: June 30th, 2022
We invite the submission of an abstract in English(500-800 words) from experienced and early-career researchers, including PhD students, to be sent to email@example.com
There will be a conference registration fee of 100 euros (50 euros for students). Accommodation and travel arrangements will be left to participants.
A Best Paper Award of 1000 € will be granted to the best early-career paper (authors under 36).
Octasiano Valerio Mendoza, Universitat Ramon Llull
Flavio Comim, Universitat Ramon Llull
Mihály Tamás Borsi, Universitat Ramon Llull
Xiaobing Wang, Peking University
Simiao Chen, Universität Heidelberg
Martina Bofulin, Slovenian Migration Institute