The 6th Biennial Conference on
Transition and Economic Development (TED)
Industrial Upgrading and Future Prospects of the Chinese Economy:
Demographics, Financial Markets and Industrial Policies
Sponsored and Supported by
China Center for Economic Studies (CCES), Fudan University
Technology and Management Center for Development (TMCD), University of Oxford
Japanese Association for Chinese Economy and Management Studies (JACEM), Japan
Every two years, China Center for Economic Studies (CCES) organizes an international conference on the Chinese economy, with the objectives of strengthening scientific collaborations and connecting China scholars around the world. The 6th TED conference is organized in collaboration with The Japanese Association for Chinese Economy and Management Studies (JACEM) and The Technology and Management Center for Development (TMCD) of University of Oxford.
The previous conferences have attracted wide-ranging attentions from academic institutions, government organizations and industries, alongside the media in China. The theme of the 6thTED conference will be industrial upgrading and future prospects of the Chinese economy, focusing on the roles of demographic change, financial markets, and industrial policies.
Preferences will be given to, but not limited to, the following topics: demographic change and industrial upgrading, the role of financial markets in industrial upgrading, industrial agglomeration, technology innovations, and future prospects of China and the world economy.
5 July 2015: abstract due
5 August 2015: full paper due
20 August 2015: letters of acceptance announced
Xiaolan Fu (University of Oxford)
John Knight (University of Oxford)(TBC)
Assar Lindbeck (Stockholm University)
Keijiro Otsuka (National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies)
Dani Rodrik (Princeton University)
Shanping Yan (Doshisha University)
Jun Zhang (Fudan University)
Depending on the number and quality of papers submitted, the organizers intend to publish some of the conference papers atJournal of Comparative Economics,China Economic Review, Journal of Chinese Economic and Business Studies. The selection of papers will follow a double-blind referee process.
The language of the conference will be both English and Chinese. CCES will provide free meals and hotel accommodation to the paper presenters for the duration of the conference. However, participants should pay their own travel costs.
For expression of interest, the submission of all conference papers, please contact:
China Center for Economic Studies (CCES)
Fudan University, Shanghai 200433, China
Tel: ++86-21-65643054, Fax: ++86-21-65643056